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    Dark Side of Dupont & Embassy Row

    Interested in a different view of Washington, D.C,? Join this guided walking tour to venture through its downtown streets, as you learn the dark stories that took place at the very locations you’ll be visiting. See the home of Michael Palmer, the site of an unfortunate bombing attempt, and hear about the curse of the Hope Diamond. Learn about everything, from the ghosts at the Embassies of Indonesia and China and the home of the accidental inventor of the electric chair, to a dark shrouded castle in Dupont Circle and a few tales of murder along Embassy Row. Who knows? If you’re lucky, maybe you’ll even make a few ‘“friends” along the way… and we’re not talking about fellow tour-goers.
    Dark Side of Dupont & Embassy Row

    Dupont Circle, Washington

    • Hear about the ghosts and spirits that still haunt the streets of D.C. on a guided walking tour
    • Experience the darker side of the history of Dupont and Embassy Row following your expert local guide
    • Visit haunted locations and hear interesting tales during this tour that includes more humor than screams
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    Politics and Pints Tour

    Trying to wrap your head around the American political system? We admire your courage! Get the inside scoop on the origins of the nation’s capital during this walking tour of DC’s oldest residential neighborhood! Traipse alongside a knowledgeable local guide, and enjoy anecdotes tied to the birth of the American politics. Check out the U.S. Capitol Building, Supreme Court, and Library of Congress. Partake in discussion about the current system, and broaden your perspective. To break things up, you’ll also check out various local shops and eateries, and finish up with a drink at the famed Barrack’s Row! Who knew politics could be so intoxicating?
    Politics and Pints Tour

    713 8th St. SE, Washington

    • Get in touch with D.C. history during a walking tour around its oldest neighborhood
    • Learn about the Capitol Building, Supreme Court, and Library of Congress
    • Visits shops and eateries, and finish up with a drink at Barrack’s Pub
    • Treat yourself to an informative social stroll
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    Secrets and Scandals Tour

    If you’ve ever thought of history as boring, then this tour is about to change your whole perspective about our country’s past! Join this laugh out loud guided walking tour that takes you through the more sordid past of our founding fathers. From inaugurations gone awry, duels, and a first lady who committed bigamy, all the way to curses, love affairs, and the history of the secret service; this tour covers the misadventures, misfortunes and misbehaviors of some of the most notable names in American history. Uncover D.C. mysteries, such as who really saved Washington’s portrait from a burning White House, and why the Treasury Building is structured in a way where it blocks the view of the Capitol from the White House. If you’re looking for the lighter side of D.C.’s history, this tour is something you absolutely can’t afford to miss.
    Secrets and Scandals Tour

    Lafayette Square, Washington

    • Gain a whole new perspective on our nation’s sordid history during this guided walking tour
    • Learn about the misadventures, misfortunes and misbehaviors of D.C.’s most notable characters
    • Hear stories about the secret service, inaugurations gone awry, and a first lady who committed bigamy
    • Follow your expert local guide to uncover the raunchier side of America’s past
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    3 positive reviews
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    Capitol Hill Walking Tour

    A trip to DC would simply be incomplete without a visit to the seat of our legislative and judicial branches! “Jenkins Hill” was thought to be an ideal location to build our nation’s Congress House. And as our government holdings and staff expanded, the Library of Congress’ Jefferson Building, the Supreme Court Building, and Congressional office buildings were built, too. Enjoy up-close views of these stunning architectural feats as your expert local guide entertains you with stories and facts about the history behind each structure. Learn to appreciate DC in a whole new light, and don’t forget to bring your camera!
    Capitol Hill Walking Tour

    299 First St NE, Washington

    • Complete your DC experience with a guided walking tour of Capitol Hill and the nation’s most iconic buildings
    • See the Library of Congress’ Jefferson Building, the Supreme Court Building, and Congressional office buildings
    • Learn the fascinating stories behind each structure from your expert local guide
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    2 positive reviews
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    National Mall Walking Tour

    There’s a lot more to the National Mall than just stones and mortar. Learn the history of the nation’s capital as you visit some of its most iconic sites. You’ll see the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Reflecting Pool, among many other fascinating landmarks. You’ll even cover The White House and the Jefferson Memorial from a distance. As you go, you’ll be regaled with fascinating stories and anecdotes, and be let in on little known secrets about the history of DC and America.
    National Mall Walking Tour

    1598 Constitution Ave NW, Washington

    • Explore the buildings and monuments of the National Mall
    • Visit the Washington Memorial, Reflecting Pool, and Lincoln Memorial
    • Discover the secrets and stories hidden in the nation’s most iconic sites
    • Get an inside look at the history of Washington. D.C.
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    Embassy Row and Dupont Circle Tour

    Just outside of the original city plan drawn up by Pierre L’Enfant, Dupont Circle would become Washington D.C.’s social center. In time, these beautiful structures would attract foreign embassies who helped revive and retain the cultural and social fabric of the area. On this entertaining and enlightening walking tour of Embassy Row and Dupont Circle, you’ll learn all about the people and forces that have turned this district into one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the city and the center of the foreign diplomatic community. As you pass by significant locations such as the Kalorama Neighborhood, the Woodrow Wilson House, the Cosmos Club, and the Society of Cincinnati, your expert local guide will entertain you with stories of wealth, power, intrigue, scandals, curses and political assassinations that have transpired here. Cover the Embassies of Ireland, Indonesia, India, Mexico, Turkey, and Egypt as you take a walk around the figurative world and see the international side of the nation’s capital city!
    Embassy Row and Dupont Circle Tour

    Dupont Circle, Washington

    • Enjoy an entertaining and enlightening walking tour of Embassy Row and Dupont Circle
    • Learn about those who turned this district into a center for the foreign diplomatic community
    • See the Embassies of Ireland, Indonesia, India, Mexico, Turkey, and Egypt
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    Land & River Monuments Tour

    Here is your chance to see Washington D.C. in a new way. Explore some of D.C.’s historic monuments in this unique land and river tour. The combination bus and boat tour includes a free lunch. You will see Historic Georgetown, Washington National Cathedral, Embassy Row Naval Observatory, Dupont Circle, US Capitol, US Supreme Court, Library of Congress and the White House. Your talented guides will share interesting facts and history about all of these locations. Enjoy a packed lunch as you tour through the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Island, Jefferson & Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument.
    Land & River Monuments Tour

    550 C St SW, Washington

    • See Washington D.C. by land and by river
    • Explore amazing monuments in D.C. like the Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial and more
    • Enjoy an incredible bus and boat tour with lunch
    • Relax and let your guide teach you new interesting facts about the nation’s capital
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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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    Mt Vernon Tour

    Travel approximately 30 minutes to Mount Vernon, the home and estate of George Washington, one of the founding fathers of the United States and the nation’s first president.

    On the 500-plus acres of the estate, explore the three-story mansion, extensive gardens and many original sites including a working blacksmith shop and the Pioneer Farm, a demonstration farm with an innovative 16-sided treading barn designed by Washington for threshing grain.

    The mansion has been restored to how it would have looked when Washington died in 1799. Some of the most notable items in the mansion include the key to the Bastille, presented to Washington by the Marquis de Lafayette, and a swivel chair Washington used during his presidency.

    Also on the grounds are Washington’s tomb, where George Washington and his family members are buried, a reconstructed slave cabin and a memorial to the slaves who worked at Mount Vernon. Your knowledgeable guide takes you through these sites while sharing the history of George Washington's home on the Potomac River.

    After seeing the highlights of Mount Vernon and having lunch (own expense) at the historical Inn Restaurant or the food court, your tour continues to Old Town Alexandria. While riding a comfortable bus, see George Washington’s old haunts including Gadsby's Tavern, Ramsay House and Lee-Fendall House. You also will see the town’s major attractions including Old Presbyterian Meeting House, Christ Church, Spite House, Robert E Lee's House and the Torpedo Factory.

    When your fascinating day exploring Mount Vernon and seeing Old Town Alexandria ends, your guide returns you to your hotel.
    Mt Vernon Tour

    Washington DC, Washington DC

    • See George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate for a fascinating day on this guided tour
    • Take in the gardens and buildings and see what life was like during this historic time period
    • Learn about the notable items that are in the estate as well their importance
    • Have a day feeling like you’ve traveled back in time
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    Arlington National Cemetery and War Memorials Tour

    Explore Washington DC’s Arlington National Cemetery and most famous memorials on this 6-hour coach and walking tour. Your licensed tour guide will hop off at each stop and lead you through the cemetery and the memorials. See JFK’s grave site and the Eternal Flame, and stroll through sites including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the World War II Memorial. Witness the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and get great views of the White House, Lincoln Memorial, and US Capitol. Throughout the day, you’ll hear interesting stories and facts about valiant war heroes from your expert guide. You'll travel by coach or van, depending on the size of your group, to Arlington National Cemetery, where thousands of US war heroes are buried. Learn how this is the site of Confederate General Robert E Lee's former 1,100-acre (445-hectare) plantation. Get great views of DC from his home, Arlington House, and head down to the grave site of JFK and the Eternal Flame, where John F Kennedy is buried alongside his wife, Jackie Onassis Kennedy, and brothers Robert F Kennedy and Ted Kennedy. Witness the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and walk through the cemetery for a more intimate experience of this vast national treasure. At midday, stop for lunch (own expense) at Pentagon City Mall. Continue your coach tour and hop off the bus with your licensed tour guide as to visit famous memorials that honor war heroes and military branches. Enjoy time to walk through the Air Force Memorial, Pentagon Memorial, World War II Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Throughout your tour, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to take photos, learn about the history of the sites and hear stories of the sacrifices these courageous military heroes made.
    Arlington National Cemetery and War Memorials Tour

    400 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington DC

    • Enjoy a coach and walking tour of Arlington National Cemetery
    • Explore a variety of war memorials and learn about the historical significance of them
    • Stop for lunch at Pentagon City Mall and capture sights of some of the surrounding landmarks
    • See these important and fascinating areas and gain insight on plenty of historical facts
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