What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a Festival of Lights Christmas Tree pedicab tour for two ($98 value)
- $65 for the DC Wonderland Wine Tasting pedicab tour for two ($120 value)
The 45-minute Festival of Lights Christmas Tree tour begins at the Starbucks at 7th and E Street and heads toward the Capitol and its lights. Along the way, the pedicab passes the Newseum, the White House’s tree lights, the Old Post Office Pavilion, and the Canadian Embassy’s tree lights.
After meeting your pedicab guide at Central Liquors for the DC Wonderland Wine Tasting tour, groups begin a 40-minute live narrated tour through either downtown DC, Chinatown, or Penn Quarter. Riders can take a leisurely view of monuments, cruise past museums, or swing by neighborhood bars and restaurants while sipping on wine or champagne provided by Central Liquors or Discover DC.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24 hour cancellation required. Reservation required. Must be 21 or older for the Winter wine tasting option. Extra $15 fee for one additional adult or child, given to guide or via PayPal at firstname.lastname@example.org. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Discover DC Pedicab Tours
After having 70% of her quadriceps removed because of a tumor, Shaady Fakhrai was indefinitely confined to a wheelchair. Though relearning to walk was the first step, her ultimate goal was to get back on her beloved bicycle. She dedicated herself to exceeding the expectations of her recovery, and regained enough leg strength to start riding. In fact, she was so grateful to be mobile again that she eventually found herself cycling up to 40 miles a day. She couldn’t even bear to tear herself away from her favorite pastime to go to work, so she gave up her teaching career and started a pedicab business.
But, Shaady didn’t completely abandon her educator instinct. In fact, she guarantees that tourists and locals alike can learn up to 10 new things about DC during her tours. She and her team lead sightseeing outings that take visitors past the National Mall or the Tidal Basin, or they can pedal Washingtonians deep into the ‘hood of their choice to introduce them to great bars, new restaurants, and the fire hydrants that know the best neighborhood gossip. Passengers can also embark on themed explorations with topics as varied as the Washington Wizards, the Lincoln assassination, and wine tasting.