Tours in Washington, D. C.


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  • Scary DC: Ghosts of Washington
    An American government professor may not seem like the first person to ask about ghosts. But if you want to learn about the D.C.'s spectral past, then Dr. Philip Ernest Schoenberg possesses inside knowledge on the capital's paranormal past. A presidential consultant for PBS's website and founder of Scary DC, the professor heads up a staff made up of fellow Schoenbergs and a cast of storytellers that lead visitors on weekly tours. Trips explore the haunted history of sites across the city, possibly encountering John Quincy Adams residing over the Capitol Building or James Madison checking out a book about himself at the Library of Congress.
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    237 Pennsylvania Ave. SE
    Washington, DC US
  • Smithsonian Tours by Segway
    Smithsonian Tours by Segway knows that the best way to see the National Mall is at a swift glide. Teaming up with the Smithsonian Institution, its tours tackle 5 miles of DC's museums, gardens, and monuments. Learned guides tell stories about the history of the national treasures housed in the Smithsonian's hallowed halls, and a stop next to the National Museum of American History highlights the original star-spangled banner that inspired Francis Scott Key's historic anthem.
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    1400 Constitution Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • My City Tours
    My City Tours transforms D.C. into one big playground. Their plush, clean buses take visitors to hotspots such as Maryland Live Casino and Hollywood Casino, as well as family-friendly destinations that might include the National Air and Space Museum, Great Falls Park, and Six Flags. Sports enthusiasts hop aboard to take a trip to a professional football training camp, where they can watch their favorite players run drills and work on touchdown dance choreography.
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    300 New Jersey Avenue Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Signature Tours of DC
    Amid the nearly countless monuments, memorials, and important buildings in DC, it can be hard to know which is worth a visit. Yet Signature Tours of DC breaks it all down and has guests back by lunch. During three hours, buses cruise by the Washington Monument and Jefferson Memorial, stopping only at the absolute essentials: The White House, Capitol Building, and seven other sites.
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    1220 L Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Private DC Segway Tours
    With no more than six people on any given excursion, groups under the guidance of Private DC Segway Tour’s officials have a bit more control. Customers, for instance, can dictate the pace of the excursion, maybe lingering at the FDR Memorial or speeding past the FBI building if they desire. Guides double as photographers, too, snapping shots of their group at every location on the tour.
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    1500 Constitution Ave. NW
    Washington, DC US
  • North Star Development Corp
    The trio of seasoned tour guides understands that being a guide is more than just being able to carry a microphone and CDL driver’s license with style. Being a guide is a great responsibility; it means safeguarding history and passing its great secrets and wisdoms on to others. Whether visiting DC’s iconic structures and memorials in the daylight or evening, they passionately share the stories of the individuals, ideals, and food-based dares that shaped the United States into what it is today. Fueled by the realization that planning a trip to the nation’s capital may be a once in a lifetime experience for some people, they put extra effort into ensuring that experience is as memorable as possible, leading all of their tours in a luxurious 2012 Mercedes bus.
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    1101 Pennsylvania Ave
    Washington, DC US
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