Tour guides can tell you all about a city's history, food, art, and tradition of treating tour guides with great respect. Learn the local ways with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $49 for three-hour DC at Night bus tour for two people ($98 value)
- $49 for three-hour DC Memorial Heritage bus tour for two people ($98 value)
- $49 for three-hour American Spirit Monument bus tour for two people ($98 value)
- $95 for seven-hour American Spirit Premier tour & lunch for two people ($168 value)
Chariots For Hire
Chariots For Hire charters groups of all sizes around the DC area in vehicles driven by professionally-trained chauffeurs. Whether heading to the airport to catch a flight, or embarking on a tour of nearby Dry Mill Vineyards and Tarara Winery, customers can expect to decompress in the back of a clean vehicle while the driver takes care of traffic, directions, and trying to get truck drivers to blow their horns. Chariots For Hire's fleet consists of luxury sedans, stretch limos, and charter busses—fully equipped with sound and DVD technology— that can accommodate up to 57 passengers. In addition to driving for weddings, concerts, and business meetings, drivers also charter day trips such as the aforementioned winery tours or historical tours of DC, led by knowledgeable guides that wax poetic on the history and landmarks of the nation's capital.
85% of 55 customers recommend
“Wear good walking shoes- excellent tour guide”
“very good experience driver and tour guide went out of their way to make sure it was a great tour, very knowledgeable, made sure we were comfortable. I took a similar...”
“very good experience driver and tour guide went out of their way to make sure it was a great tour, very knowledgeable, made sure we were comfortable. I took a similar tour a few years before that I thought was a good tour but this one was much better. The night time tour very enjoyable thanks to Bryan and Deshawn”
“Good outline tour. Our driver was very friendly and professional and our tour guide was very knowledgeable.”