Dive into the very best of the city known as the District when you reserve Washington DC sightseeing packages. Experience all the highlights of the capital, the White House to the Washington Monument and beyond. Jump aboard a trolley bus or book a walking tour with a guide for less when you browse our range of attraction deals.
Great way to see the city in short time! Fantastic prices and well worth it.
Such a great trip. The guides are very knowledgeable. Highly recommend.
From the beginning until the end of the tour, the crew made us feel welcome and informed regarding all the sights encountered on the cruise.
Pro Tip: Hop aboard a boat trip to see a different side of Washington DC on your sightseeing tour. The view from the water gives you a completely different perspective on one of the United State’s most important cities, as well as allowing you a more relaxing way to enjoy the best The District has to offer.
Before you reserve your Washington DC city tour package, make sure you know what to expect and choose the right tour for you with the help of our FAQs, giving you the inside scoop. For more information on reserving and how to use your discount, you can check out the Groupon Manual.
The best tour in Washington DC will depend on the type of day out you're looking for. Whether you're looking to get a glimpse of nature or delve into all things Oval Office, you're sure to find a tour among our attraction deals to meet your needs.
Some of our favorites include:
Big Bus Tours is one of a number of operators that offer a hop-on hop-off service, allowing you to see the sights of DC at your own pace.
Long duration passes are also worth looking into, allowing you to revisit the best places DC has to offer time and again. Some Washington DC city tours by bus will also incorporate a set number of attraction tickets within the price, making for a great deal that can provide fun and entertainment for all the family.
When you're looking for places to see on Washington DC sightseeing tours, it's impossible to overlook the prestige of the White House, one of the world's most famous buildings. However, it's also worth booking to see Capitol Hill and the famous domed United States Capitol (or Capitol Building).
You'll also want to take in the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, which you'll find to the south of the White House. The Washington Monument is the world's tallest obelisk and sits on the picturesque National Mall.
Bus tours and group tours are a great and easy way to spot all the top sights and get oriented.
There are many free museums you can enjoy in the District. Free museums include the Smithsonian Institution of 17 museums, galleries, and a zoo. On the National Mall you'll also find the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, US Botantic Garden, and National Gallery of Art.
There are also a range of really interesting museums that not everyone knows about that charge an entry fee. You can access some of these for less with Groupon museum and galleries deals.
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