Stroll along the winding streets of D.C.'s Woodley Park neighborhood and marvel at the exterior of the glorious Washington National Cathedral during this informative two-hour walking tour. Woodley Park was a desirable summer retreat from the heat and bustle of the city in the 19th century, and today it's known for its immaculate homes, the ultra-modern Swiss embassy and the now-deserted Klingle Road. After ascending Mount St. Alban's, you'll get your first view of the Cathedral, with its dramatic stone carvings and gargoyles, and then walk through Bishop's Garden to Olmstead Woods. Take a deeper look at one of D.C.'s most storied neighborhoods with this entertaining tour.
The tour does not include the interior of the National Cathedral, which requires a separate admission fee.
The tour runs rain or shine and lasts approximately 2 hours.