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Small-Group DC Evening Historical Walking Tour

Small-Group DC Evening Historical Walking Tour - Washington, District of Columbia
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Washington, District of Columbia

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$59.00

This 2.5 hour small group walking tour through Washington DC’s most popular sites will introduce you to the wars and presidents that have helped shape the United States. Explore the city at night when the monuments are illuminated to perfection ... More info ›

This 2.5 hour small group walking tour through Washington DC’s most popular sites will introduce you to the wars and presidents that have helped shape the United States. Explore the city at night when the monuments are illuminated to perfection. The tour, led by one of our entertaining young guides, welcomes up to 10 guests.

Washington DC has a vast collection of outdoor monuments in addition to its stellar museums. This evening tour is a great way to visit D.C.’s iconic sites, including the White House (outside the gates and grounds). Explore the history of the nation’s capital as well as the monuments and memorials of the National Mall that feature figures like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Your guide will share the stories about the major players and events in American history that have earned memorials on the Mall, including the Korean War, World War II, and Vietnam. They’ll even divulge the intricate symbolism woven into these structures. You’ll be treated to many photo opportunities along the way, so keep your camera handy.

Highlights Include:

• Lincoln Memorial

• Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial (the Wall)

• Washington Monument

• Korean Veteran's Memorial

• World War II Memorial

• The White House

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Admission to Washington DC Newseum

Admission to Washington DC Newseum - Washington D.C., District of Columbia
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Duration: Varies
Location: Washington D.C., District of Columbia

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$24.27

At the Newseum in Washington DC, immerse yourself in the culmination of five centuries of news history with up-to-date technology and hands-on exhibits. Explore seven levels of galleries, theaters, retail spaces and visitor services in a unique environment that takes you behind the scenes to see how and why news is made.

Immerse yourself in the world’s greatest news stories at the Newseum in Washington DC ... More info ›

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At the Newseum in Washington DC, immerse yourself in the culmination of five centuries of news history with up-to-date technology and hands-on exhibits. Explore seven levels of galleries, theaters, retail spaces and visitor services in a unique environment that takes you behind the scenes to see how and why news is made.

Immerse yourself in the world’s greatest news stories at the Newseum in Washington DC. Try your hand as a photojournalist or reporter in the NBC interactive newsroom, where you can record your own newscast complete with cameras and teleprompters! Test your knowledge of current events at dozens of touch-screen game stations and interactive exhibits.
Stand in the shadow of eight original sections of the Berlin Wall or climb inside a 3-story East German guard tower. See original newspaper front pages showcasing some of the most famous headlines in history, from the 1500s through today. And don't miss a great view of the US Capitol and Pennsylvania Avenue -- ‘America’s Main Street.’
The Newseum offers visitors a fun and interactive way to learn about how and why news is made. With exhibits spanning seven levels, there is something for people of all ages! To learn more about the fascinating permanent exhibits on display, see the Itinerary section below.

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Small-Group National Mall Walking Tour in Washington DC

Small-Group National Mall Walking Tour in Washington DC - Washington D.C., District of Columbia
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Washington D.C., District of Columbia

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$85.00

Immerse yourself in America’s rich history on this small-group guided tour of the country’s ‘front yard’ – the Washington DC National Mall! Visit dozens of famous buildings, monuments and memorials – like the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and Smithsonian – and learn the significance behind the area from your expert historian guide. Discover how George Washington commissioned architect and civil engineer Pierre L'Enfant to design the new capital city in 1791, and see how his ‘master plan’ has evolved into an area now encompassing more than 300 acres (121 hectares)!

Visit some of America’s most famous monuments and memorials on this small-group guided walking tour of the National Mall in Washington DC ... More info ›

Immerse yourself in America’s rich history on this small-group guided tour of the country’s ‘front yard’ – the Washington DC National Mall! Visit dozens of famous buildings, monuments and memorials – like the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and Smithsonian – and learn the significance behind the area from your expert historian guide. Discover how George Washington commissioned architect and civil engineer Pierre L'Enfant to design the new capital city in 1791, and see how his ‘master plan’ has evolved into an area now encompassing more than 300 acres (121 hectares)!

Visit some of America’s most famous monuments and memorials on this small-group guided walking tour of the National Mall in Washington DC. Meet your group and expert guide at the Botanic Gardens and continue down the National Mall, walking the length of the reflecting pool in front of the Capitol, down to the Lincoln Monument. Some stops may include the Smithsonian Castle, Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden and Washington Monument while listening to your guide illustrate the significance of these sites in the development of the DC area.

Walk around the Tidal Basin to the Jefferson Memorial as you make your way to the deeply moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Hear the stories behind these structures and learn how they played a role in the city’s revolutionary inception more than 200 years ago. Learn about architect and civil engineer Pierre L'Enfant's city plan for the new US capital, and discover how architect and urban planner Daniel Burnham extended his vision for the Mall into the symbolic urban area we know today.

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Small-Group Walking Tour: Georgetown Food and History

Small-Group Walking Tour: Georgetown Food and History - Washington, District of Columbia
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Washington, District of Columbia

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$68.00

Our Georgetown Small-Group Walking Food Tour takes you to the historic yet chic charm of Georgetown, an area that predated Washington DC. You will be transported on this 3.5 hour food tour across 250+ years of history, and enjoy flavors closely connected to the Northwest DC neighborhood ... More info ›

Our Georgetown Small-Group Walking Food Tour takes you to the historic yet chic charm of Georgetown, an area that predated Washington DC. You will be transported on this 3.5 hour food tour across 250+ years of history, and enjoy flavors closely connected to the Northwest DC neighborhood. Its roots are still very much alive and can be seen in the red brick town homes, and turn of the century factories that are found throughout the area. This tour includes a licensed and knowledgeable guide to show you through the town.

This food tour introduces you to the historic yet chic charm of Georgetown, an area that pre-dated Washington DC. You will be transported on this 3.5 hour food tour across 250+ years of history and enjoy flavors closely connected to the Northwest DC neighborhood. This tour will bring together progressive, high-end cuisine, with long standing DC institutions. From restaurants and shops running before prohibition, to swanky hotspots. This food tour brings together some of the best this area has to offer. Your food tour may include the following (subject to changes):

-Vegetarian local farm fresh hand made tacos-Korean delicacies
-European house made dishes paired with wine
-Hand crafted specialty pies from a favorite local DC bakery

Long before it became popular by the Kennedy's and the home of high end retail and fashion, Georgetown was a working class port city predating the Federal City of Washington DC. Its roots are still very much alive and can be seen in the red brick town homes and turn of the century factories that are found throughout the area. We will finish up our journey by crossing the historic C&O canal and enjoying a sweet ending and drink from a bakery that originated as a printing house.

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Old Town Alexandria Night Photography Tour from Washington D.C.

Old Town Alexandria Night Photography Tour from Washington D.C. - Washington, District of Columbia
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Washington, District of Columbia

From USD
$50.00

Located on the banks of the Potomac River, Old Town Alexandria is an 18th century Colonial American town transformed into a vibrant destination. The water reflections and nightlife make it a perfect location for night photography ... More info ›

Located on the banks of the Potomac River, Old Town Alexandria is an 18th century Colonial American town transformed into a vibrant destination. The water reflections and nightlife make it a perfect location for night photography. On this two-hour walking tour led by a photographer, you will learn how to take photos at night, enjoy a tour of the Old Town’s waterfront area, and hear highlights of 300 years of history. This tour is best for DSLR/CSC cameras and is for small groups limited to 10 people or less.

With cobblestone alleys and gaslight homes, Old Town Alexandria is a photography dream. It was a wealthy, international port city during the Colonial America era and a cross-road for spies, soldiers, and slaves seeking freedom during the Civil War. It is also the site of a controversial surrender during the War of 1812. Occupied during two wars and thus spared destruction, it is amazingly preserved to this day. Come discover the town and how much fun night photography can be.

You will meet your local guide at the Alexandria Visitor Center at 221 King Street, where you’ll discuss your photography experience and be provided with a tripod if requested. From there, you will leave on a half-mile route, remaining near the waterfront. The tour starts and stops near many restaurants, perfect for extending your evening.

Your guide will teach you how to smartly use the semi-automatic modes that exist on any DSLR or CSC camera and help you discover a simpler approach to night photography. During this tour you will learn how to maximize water reflections at night, experiment with creative blur, capture light trails and learn how to paint with light. You can use a Smartphone, but you will need to download a recommended App to use it as a camera on this tour (Camera + for iPhone or FV-5 Camera for Android).

On your tour you will hear highlights of Old Towns history as a prominent city in the 1700s when boats from Asia, South America and Europe would have been docked in town. Old Town played a key role during the American war of independence from the British. See the location where the first steps were taken to put Britain and its American colonies on a path towards war. Although much of the waterfront has changed since the 1700s, you will walk original cobblestone alleys and see many of the original mansions and warehouses that date from the colonial era.

Some of the sights you will see include Carlyle House, King Street, and the Torpedo Factory. You will remain outside during the tour and be at each location for approximately 15 minutes taking photos. You’ll be walking to each location and comfortable shoes are recommended.

The tour starts a different times based on the season, please check the options for your time of year.

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Private Tour: George Washington's Mount Vernon

Private Tour: George Washington's Mount Vernon  - Washington D.C., District of Columbia
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Washington D.C., District of Columbia

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$500.00

Take a VIP peek into George Washington’s 21-room residence at Mount Vernon as you're led through the mansion by a private guide. During this 1-hour private walking tour of the mansion and grounds, including the garden, gristmill, distillery and plantation, you'll hear expert commentary about the United States’ first president and his historic estate ... More info ›

Take a VIP peek into George Washington’s 21-room residence at Mount Vernon as you're led through the mansion by a private guide. During this 1-hour private walking tour of the mansion and grounds, including the garden, gristmill, distillery and plantation, you'll hear expert commentary about the United States’ first president and his historic estate. This tour includes the opportunity to lay a wreath at the Washington family tomb, and then you may continue on a self-guided tour of the museum.

When you arrive at Mount Vernon, head to the Ford Orientation Center to meet your private guide and discuss whatever questions and curiosities you have. The advantage of a private tour is that the itinerary and commentary can be tailored to fit your particular interests.

Begin your 1-hour tour with an introductory film that gives you an overview of pivotal events in George Washington's life. Alternatively, your guide can provide an introduction while escorting you through the garden and grounds of the iconic estate. You'll also take an intimate tour of the resplendent 21-room mansion, including areas not typically seen by visitors.

Learn about the 18th-century English-style garden overseen by Washington, who had hundreds of native trees and shrubs planted along with produce. If you’d like, visit the Pioneer Farm to learn about the lives of some 100 field slaves who put Washington’s agrarian ideas into practice on the plantation's 3,000 cultivated acres (1,214 hectares).

On your own, you may take a shuttle to the fully functioning merchant gristmill and distillery to discover Washington's business enterprises. The gristmill was operational for the creation of flour made for overseas markets, the cornmeal that fed the estate’s slave population and paid staff, and whiskey that provided Washington with plenty of profits.

You also have an opportunity to lay a wreath, if you wish, at the Washington Tomb — a stirring conclusion to your tour. Afterward, you are free to continue your time at Mount Vernon on your own with a self-guided visit to the Donald W. Reynolds Museum and Education Center, which features 23 interactive exhibits, galleries and theaters.

Please note that pricing displayed is per person based on a party of nine individuals.

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