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    Monuments Bike Tour

    Every seat is a window seat on a guided bike tour! Experience Washington's monuments up close and personal with this easy three-hour tour, the best way to see Washington, with plenty of time to walk around and explore the memorials on your own during the tour. Take an easy three-hour ride around Washington DC specifically focusing on it's famous monuments including the Washington Monument, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials. Your guide will share history and interesting anecdotes about each memorial. Bikes come in all sizes so you may find the one that fits you best.
    Monuments Bike Tour

    Downtown, Washington DC

    • Spend an enthralling three hours biking around Washington D.C. while seeing its major monuments
    • Visit iconic places like the Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, and Lincoln Memorial
    • Learn tons of history from your knowledgeable tour guide who will lead you through the area
    • End the day with plenty of timeless pictures and the feeling like you got an exercise in with your enjoyment
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    Sites at Night Bike Tour

    See the famous sights of Washington by night including the Vietnam War Memorial, Jefferson, Lincoln and WWII memorials. There is no better way to spend an evening in Washington than on the Washington DC Sites at Night Bike Tour. Experience Washington on two wheels when the monuments are less crowded, the air is cooler, and the views are magnificent.

    This three hour tour is an efficient yet leisurely way to explore the monuments and memorials around the National Mall and Potomac Tidal Basin. The Washington Bike Tour covers a distance of 4 miles, is graded easy and is perfect for the whole family. Departure times vary with the season, and are approximately one hour before dusk. Bikes come in all sizes so that you may find the best fit for your ride.

    Sites at Night Bike Tour

    Downtown, Washington DC

    • Bike through some of the most important monuments and memorials in D.C. at night
    • See the Vietnam War Memorial, Jefferson, Lincoln and WWII Memorials
    • Enjoy the less-crowdedness, as well as the night air, as you take in the evening on two wheels
    • Cover four miles on a bike tour that is brief, engaging, and great for the whole family
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    Guided Sightseeing Tour

    See the very best of Washington DC in one day! Aboard a state-of-the-art, luxury 30-passenger coach for a narrated 6-hour tour, see the White House, the National Mall, Smithsonian Museums and more, and enjoy guided walks around the US Capitol Building, the Lincoln Memorial, the World War II Memorial and the Korean War Veterans Memorial, giving you a more intimate look at DC's most famous landmarks. You'll learn all about the sights you see from your knowledgeable guide. At the US Navy Memorial, step aboard your luxury coach for a narrated 6-hour tour of Washington DC, during which you'll see a variety of monuments, memorials and state buildings, and make plenty of stops for photo opportunities. From your coach, see the White House, the many Smithsonian museums, the National Mall, Freedom Plaza and much more, and enjoy entertaining and informative commentary from your guide about the sights you see. Hop off your coach for guided walks around the US Capitol Building, the Lincoln Memorial, the World War II Memorial, the Marine Corps Memorial (Iwo Jima) and the Korean War Veterans Memorial. You'll learn all about the history of these famous landmarks as you explore them up close, and your guide will answer any questions you have. During your tour, you'll have time for a meal. In the spring and summer months (March 15 - October 6), take in the fresh air on a scenic 1-hour cruise on the Potomac River and see Teddy Roosevelt Island, Netherlands Carillon, the Lee Mansion and the Potomac River, with lunches available for purchase on board. In the colder months (October 7 - March 14), stay warm inside an indoor courtyard and enjoy lunch surrounded by history (own expense). Your Washington DC tour ends back at the US Navy Memorial.
    Guided Sightseeing Tour

    US Navy Memorial, Washington DC

    • Board a state-of-the-art, luxury 30-passenger coach for a narrated 6-hour tour of Washington DC
    • Take in the fresh air on a scenic 1-hour cruise on the Potomac River and see amazing sights
    • Have an up close and personal exploration of some of D.C.'s most important areas
    • Enjoy entertaining and informative commentary from your guide about the sights you see
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    African American Heritage Tour of Washington DC

    Tired of guided tours that go through the motions with palpable indifference? Guides who parrot dull facts with no fire--no passion for the rich history flowing through our very veins? You want the version of D.C. history you didn't get in 10th grade? This robust, jam-packed tour could be the cure for your excursion fatigue. See national landmarks like the Lincoln Memorial, the Martin Luther King Memorial, the White House, Howard University, and the African-American Civil War Memorial, among others. Along the tour, you'll learn about U.S. and Washington D.C. history from the perspective of African American heritage. Don't let another dull tour get you down. Hop aboard and see it all! (well, not all, but you'll see a lot).
    African American Heritage Tour of Washington DC

    401 F. Street , Washington

    • Embark on a 4-hour African-American historical tour of Washington D.C. with a licensed guide
    • Stop at iconic landmarks like the Frederick Douglass house and the Lincoln Memorial
    • Get a taste of U.S. history from an African-American historical perspective
    • End the tour with tickets to the Museum of African American History and Culture
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    African American History Night Tour

    Tired of guided tours that go through the motions with palpable indifference? Guides who parrot dull facts with no fire--no passion for the rich history flowing through our very veins? You want the version of D.C. history you didn't get in 10th grade? This robust, jam-packed tour could be the cure for your excursion fatigue. See national landmarks like the Lincoln Memorial, the Martin Luther King Memorial, the White House, Howard University, and the African-American Civil War Memorial, among others. Along the tour, you'll learn about U.S. and Washington D.C. history from the perspective of African American heritage. Don't let another dull tour get you down. Hop aboard and see it all! (well, not all, but you'll see a lot).
    African American History Night Tour

    401 F. Street , Washington

    • Start the 4-hour African-American night tour of Washington D.C. with a soul food dinner
    • Stop at iconic landmarks like the Capitol and the Lincoln Memorial
    • Get a taste of U.S. history from an African-American historical perspective
    • End the tour with tickets to the Museum of African American History and Culture
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    Grand City Tour

    Up for a "monumental" experience in the nation's capitol? This half-day sightseeing tour will provide just that, introducing you to the sites and attractions you've always heard about, but have no idea how to find! You'll travel alongside a friendly DC local for a fun and insightful touring experience starting with a visit to the White House. Up next: the Jefferson Memorial, Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Iwo Jima Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, and Nurses Memorial. Phew, that's a mouthful of memorials. All told, you'll drive by and visit over a hundred sites and memorials and learn about the history of their construction, including the people behind them. Of course, no trip to DC would be complete without a visit to the Washington Monument, which at 555 feet, is the tallest structure in the city. This tour deserves a memorial of its own.
    Grand City Tour

    400 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington

    • Get to know Washington DC during a half-day walking/driving tour
    • Check out popular sites such as the White House and Washington Monument
    • Visit some of the hundreds of memorials and learn about their histories
    • Enjoy an inside look at DC thanks to a knowledgeable local guide
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