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    Tidal Basin Tour

    What do FDR, Martin Luther King Jr., and cherry blossoms have in common? You can see all three of them on this incredible tour around the Tidal Basin! Well, not the REAL FDR and MLK. But monuments and memorials to them! This is a name your own price tour, and a portion of all profits go to local charity. As you walk from the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial to the Jefferson Memorial, your guide will share with you stories of American heroes and sacrifice. Enjoy the gorgeous flowering trees that symbolize peace and goodwill as you walk through the prettiest part of Washington D.C. Here's to America the beautiful!
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    Tidal Basin Tour

    Independence Ave SW & West Basin Dr SW, Washington

    • Enjoy a guided tour through the Tidal Basin, past cherry trees and monuments to American heroes
    • Walk from the MLK Jr. Memorial to the Jefferson Memorial
    • Hear stories of American heroes and their sacrifices, while you walk past gorgeous trees that symbolize peace
    • Choose your own price, with a portion going to local charities
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    Blossoms by Bike

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    Experience the ravishing beauty of Washington DC in the spring! On this guided bike tour you will get to appreciate the charm of our Nation's Capital at its peak. This tour was created especially for the National Cherry Blossom Festival, and it will take you through the most impressive locations to view this unique site. Take in your surrounding as bike through a sea of pink and white blossoms. Make your way past the Potomac Tidal Basin to East Potomac Park and beyond. Breathe in the fresh air, celebrate the arrival of spring, and let your spirit be uplifted on this romantic bike tour.
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    Blossoms by Bike

    955 L'Enfant Plaza SW, Washington

    • Ride through the National Blossom Cherry Festival on a guided bike tour
    • Cover a beautiful stretch of the city as it is covered in an ocean of pink and white blossoms
    • Visit famous places like the Potomac Tidal Basin and freedom of Hained point
    • Take amazing photographs of your experience to share with family and friends
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    Home of Freedom Tour (Union Station)

    Washington, D.C.: An important place filled with important people running the country. The task of exploring it on foot can seem so daunting, and the visits to landmarks so impersonal. Lucky for you, the Home of Freedom Walking Tour not only takes away the stress of planning, but also aims to make your excursion one you'll never forget! See the nation's capital up close, through the lens of the human-interest stories that shaped America, provided by your personal D.C. tour guide. Over the course of just a few hours, witness the grand beauty of the U.S. Capitol Building, Library of Congress, and more -- all with Bi-Partisan Tour Company's unique, fun touch.
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    Home of Freedom Tour (Union Station)

    1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW , Washington

    • Take an engaging tour of Washington, D.C.
    • Experience D.C. landmarks such as the U.S. Capitol Building, Library of Congress, and more
    • Say goodbye to the stress of having to plan your own excursion
    • Have a fun, personable guide show you the best of the American capital
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    Cherry Blossom Tour (Holocaust Memorial Museum)

    You might know D.C. as that place with all the intense government stuff, but have you heard about the cherry trees? On the Cherry Blossom Walking Tour, you will be guided on a path through West Potomac Park, where you'll walk among the 3,000 "Sakura" gifted to the capital by Japan in 1912. You'll also see some of the capital's impressive memorials up close, including the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, and more! Over the course of just a few hours, witness the beauty of the cherry trees adorning the American capital -- all with Bi-Partisan Tour Company's fun, personal touch.
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    Cherry Blossom Tour (Holocaust Memorial Museum)

    1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW , Washington

    • Take a free, tip-based walking tour of Washington, D.C.'s beautiful, blossoming cherry trees
    • Stumble across D.C. landmarks such as breathtaking West Potomac Park
    • Say goodbye to the stress of having to plan your own excursion
    • Have a fun, personable guide show you the best of the American capital
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    Dark Side of Dupont & Embassy Row

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    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.
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    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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    Sightseeing Tour by Coach (Half-day)

    Up for some capital fun in the Capitol? High times await during this half-day coach bus tour! You'll travel the city aboard a comfy step-bus tour, visiting popular sites, monuments, and memorials. Aboard the bus, you'll enjoy audio/video narrations to add perspective to your experience as you ride. And, arriving at various sites, you'll have time to hop off the bus to explore on foot! Notable stops include the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, and the White House. You'll also drive by and learn about dozens of other attractions along the way. For a D.C. newbie and history buff, this is a great way to learn all about the city!
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    Sightseeing Tour by Coach (Half-day)

    Downtown, Washington

    • Get to know Washington DC during a half-day coach bus tour
    • Check out popular landmarks such as the White House and Washington Monument
    • Visit some of the hundreds of sites and learn about them with a video presentation
    • Enjoy an inside look at DC thanks to a knowledgeable local guide
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    Field of Honor Tour (Visitor's Center on Memorial Drive)

    Arlington National Cemetery was once the front yard and working plantation of George Washington's step grandson. Today, it is an impressive landscape filled with the tombstones of Americans who have died serving their country. More than four million people visit the cemetery annually, many coming to pay final respects at graveside services, of which nearly 100 are conducted each week. After the Field of Honor walking tour, you'll be left in awe by the incredible experience and chilling backstories. Let Bi-Partisan Tour Company take you to the Arlington National Cemetery, pay tribute, and learn.
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    Field of Honor Tour (Visitor's Center on Memorial Drive)

    1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW , Washington

    • Learn how Arlington National Cemetery became the revered place it is today
    • Experience the beauty and peace of America's most hallowed ground
    • Allow a personable guide to walk you through the cemetery
    • Honor those who have fallen in America's wars
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    Mount Vernon and Old Town Alexandria Day Trip

    By George, they've done it! Get inside the iconic head of the famed founding father, war hero, and first President of the United States during this six-hour guided tour! Visit Mount Vernon, the gorgeous 500-acre estate and plantation owned by George Washington and his wife, Martha. Step inside their restored three-story mansion, and view artifacts from their lives. Walk their gardens, and tour the innovative plantation that backed the estate. Stop by the family tomb and pay homage to the legend himself! You'll also head to historic Old Town Alexandria, where several places Washington frequented still stand today, including Gadsby's Tavern, Ramsay House, Lee-Fendall House, and the Old Presbyterian Meeting House. Stop in at Christ Church, one of Virginia's best preserved colonial-era churches, and see the place where Washington worshipped. This tour is revolutionary!
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    Mount Vernon and Old Town Alexandria Day Trip

    436 11th St NW, Washington

    • Visit George Washington's mansion and estate with a trip to Mount Vernon
    • Head to Old Town Alexandria and see where Washington worked and played
    • Enjoy insights into Washington's public and personal life
    • Treat yourself to an educational and hassle-free excursion
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    Photo Tour: Capitol Hill

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    Are you a fan of House of Cards? This photography tour will lead you through Capitol Hill to see all the familiar locations from the show, including the Senate and House Office Buildings. But before you delve into the deception and deceit of the tour, you will first have a 45 minute training session on how to get the most out of your camera. You will learn such things as how to take the perfect architectural photo, to how to decipher those cryptic camera settings like F stops, shutter speeds, ISO settings, and outdoor portraiture. Come along and learn more about your camera and yourself as a photographer and see what makes Capitol Hill the awe-inspiring place it is!
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    Photo Tour: Capitol Hill

    1661 Pennsylvania Ave NW, NW Washington

    • Explore Capitol Hill while seeing some of your favorite locations as seen on Netflix's House of Cards
    • Learn how to properly use your camera with professional tips and techniques
    • See important historical monuments and landmarks throughout Capitol Hill such as the Senate and the US Capitol building
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    Old Georgetown Tour (Old Stone House)

    Located in northwest Washington D.C., Georgetown is a historic hotspot filled with amazing landmarks -- well, obviously, being the former home of the likes of Thomas Jefferson and John F. Kennedy. But the task of exploring it all yourself can feel so daunting! Well, you don't have to worry about that. Let your engaging, personable guide reveal to you Georgetown's most iconic sites, including the Old Stone House, the City Tavern Club, and Blues Alley, the oldest continuously-operating jazz supper club in America. And, in case you were wondering, yes, Blues Alley once hosted every major jazz artist including Ella Fitzgerald! In the midst of all that history and old-fashioned charm, explore Georgetown's trendy shops and celebrated restaurants. If you choose to explore this extraordinary neighborhood, let Bi-Partisan Tour Company show you the best of it.
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    Old Georgetown Tour (Old Stone House)

    1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW , Washington

    • Take a historic tour of Georgetown, founded nearly forty years before Washington D.C.
    • Witness Georgetown's trendy shops and restaurants surrounded by the old-fashioned charm of cobblestone streets and 18th and 19th century architecture
    • Discover Georgetown landmarks, including the Old Stone House, City Tavern Club, and Blues Alley
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