Guided Tours of Washington DC

Washington, DC guided tours - Old Town Trolley

Guided tours are the best way to see Washington, D.C. The city has an incredible amount to offer, and a guided tour can show you things even locals don’t know about.

Join a Segway tour and zip around the National Mall on two wheels. Or Bike the Sites of the Nation’s Capital with Bike and Roll Washington DC.

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Washington DC – Old Town Trolley: Named Washington’s Best Tour by Washingtonian Magazine. Discover the nation’s capitol during this two hour tour. See the best first and enjoy the stories of the men, women and events that shaped our nation. With well planned stops you can visit Georgetown, the Mall, the National Cathedral, Lincoln Memorial, the Smithsonian museums and much, much more!

Washington DC – Monuments by Moonlight: Washington DC’s spectacular monuments at night are not to be missed on this 2 1/2 hour fully narrated tour. With stops at the Iwo Jima Memorial, FDR Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veteran and Korean War Memorials you will definitely want to bring your camera. Washington, D.C. is most beautiful after the sun sets.

Washington DC eTicket Center: Buy tickets online for the Old Town Trolley or Monuments by Moonlight as well as tickets to cruises, museums, and theme parks.

Comments

  1. I am looking for a tour that includes all the monuments Lincoln, Martin, Kennedy and more, do you have such a tour?

    • The District says:

      The Old Town Trolley stops at or near the monument and memorials. The National Mall & Downtown Loop will go by the Lincoln Memorial and MLK Memorial. The Arlington Cemetery Loop will take you to Arlington Cemetery and Kennedy’s gravesite.

  2. Jessica Naylor says:

    Hello,

    I was interested in your guided tours. I wanted to know exact pricing and if this included lunch at a restaurant.

    Thanks

    • The District says:

      Tours range from bus tours to walking tours to segway tours and more. There are many to choose from, and each has its own pricing. Information on tours and their prices can be found here. As far as lunch goes, I do not believe it is included. However, if you are looking for food, there is actually a DC food tour which combines a walking tour with food tasting, and is available in a few different area locations.

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