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 ,
- 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