A Taste of DC: 3 Day Passport

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Cotton & Reed

Washington DC's first rum distillery.

What's Included

  • Tasting Flight Voucher

Don Ciccio & Figli

Unique distillery producing Italian Herbal Liqueurs

What's Included

  • Spirit Flight Voucher

George Washington's Mount Vernon

Open 365 days of the year, Mount Vernon is the most popular historic estate in America. Over 85 million people have visited Mount Vernon since 1860, when the estate officially opened to the public. The estate, gardens, and farm of Mount Vernon totaled some 8,000 acres in the 18th century. Presently, an estimated 500 acres of this historic property have been painstakingly preserved along the banks of the Potomac River.

Visit fully functioning reconstructions of George Washington's Distillery® and Gristmill, located 2.7 miles from the estate’s main entrance. Watch the mighty gears turning and the stones grinding at our Gristmill, where Washington produced flour and cornmeal. Within our functioning distillery, you can see where we make George Washington's whiskey. In 1799, it was one of the largest whiskey distilleries in America. Open to the public from April through October. Tickets are included with general admission.

What's Included

  • General Admission Including Distillery Admission and Tour

New Columbia Distillers

DC's first distillery since Prohibition. We make several gins, vermouths and a 3-yr straight rye whiskey.

What's Included

  • Cocktail Voucher

One Eight Distilling

The 2nd Craft Distillery in Washington D.C., producing grain to glass District Made Vodka, Gin, Barrel Rested Gin, Straight Rye and Straight Bourbon Whiskeys.

What's Included

  • Distillery Tour with Tasting

Peirce Mill

Isaac Peirce built Peirce Mill on Rock Creek in 1829. Using the moving water as a power source, the mill ground corn, wheat, and rye. Succeeding generations further developed the mill, sawmill, orchard, and tree nursery. Before the Civil War, slaves provided much of the labor on the 960 acre property. In 1890, an act of Congress incorporated the mill and 350 acres of the property into Rock Creek Park. The mill operated until the turbine's shaft broke in 1897.

What's Included

  • Admission to the Mill is always Free

Republic Restoratives Distillery

Republic Restoratives celebrates an outspoken and disruptive attitude towards the production of quality American spirits. Home to CIVIC Vodka, Borough Bourbon, Rodham Rye and Chapmans Apple Brandy, Rr is one of the world's few woman-owned distilleries and, thanks to our early supporters, we are the largest crowd-funded distillery in American history.

What's Included

  • Cocktail Voucher
  • 10% Off Bottled Spirits & Merchandise
  • Distillery Tour with Tasting

Smithsonian's National Museum of American History

The National Museum of American History is home to more than 1.8 million objects and more than three shelf-miles of archival collections. On behalf of the nation, we preserve and share the extraordinary national collections encompassing everything for the original Star Spangled Banner to Abraham Lincoln’s top hat; from the first computer bug to the first artificial heart; from Dizzy Gillespie’s angled trumpet to Dorthy’s ruby slippers from the Wizard of Oz. Our archival collections include a remarkable array of American history in documents, photographs, and other works, including major holding on the histories of American business and music.

Through incomparable collections, rigorous research, and dynamic public outreach, the museum explores the infinite richness and complexity of American history.

Our artifacts form a fascinating mosaic of American life and comprise the greatest single collection of American history in the world. Those interested in exploring the history of the Whiskey Rebellion can turn their attention to the exhibition, The Price of Freedom: Americans at War, where we have several objects on display that relate to this historical event. The Price of Freedom surveys the history of American’s military from the French and Indain Wars to the present conflict in the Middle East, Exploring ways in which wars have been defining episodes in American history. The exhibition features George Washington’s sword and scabbard, which he wore as a general and commander in chief of the Continental army and also during his presidency. The last time Washington wore this sword, he led 13,000 federal militiamen to Western Pennsylvania to quash the rebellion in the fall of 1794. By the time the militia arrived, the whiskey tax protesters had disbanded and no military confrontation occurred. Washington’s efforts to demonstrate the strength of the federal government and its ability to stifle internal rebellion through a federal militia had succeeded.

What's Included

  • Admission to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History is free