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Washington DC Tours

Looking for a way to experience one or more of our Washington DC Tours? Look no further than our selection of family-friendly tours! Whether you’re interested in history, politics, culture, or food, we have a tour that’s perfect for you.

Our tours are led by experienced guides who will take you to some of the most popular and iconic landmarks in the city, such as the White House, the Capitol Building, and the Lincoln Memorial. We also offer tours of some of the lesser-known gems of Washington DC, such as the National Mall and the Arlington National Cemetery. In addition to our historical tours, we also offer a variety of other tours, including food tours, ghost tours, and even a tour of the city’s most haunted places!

So what are you waiting for? Click any of the tours below to reserve for yourself, your family or small group. Start exploring all that Washington DC has to offer!

DC Tours for Families and Small Groups

Touring Washington DC

Washington, D.C. offers a wide variety of historical and cultural attractions for families, small groups, and individuals looking to explore its rich heritage. at the top of “Must-Visit” sites is the collection of iconic monuments scattered throughout the city. These include the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, and Jefferson Memorial, and many others. These impressive structures honor the memory and accomplishments of the nation’s founding fathers and key figures in American history. Each is designed to honor the namesake of each memorial in a unique way.

The city is also home to several significant Federal Government Buildings. These buildings are where the US Government carries out its responsibilities every day. The U.S. Capitol Building stands as a symbol of democracy and serves as the meeting place for Congress. Tours of the Capitol enable visitors to explore the historic chambers, such as the House of Representatives and the Senate. Additionally, the White House, the official residence of the President, offers limited public tours that provide a glimpse into the nation’s highest office.

For those interested in history and culture, the Smithsonian Museums are a treasure trove of knowledge and artifacts. With over 20 museums and galleries, including the National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of American History, and the National Museum of Natural History, visitors can immerse themselves in a diverse range of topics, from art and science to American history and culture. Best of all, admission to the Smithsonian Museums is free, making them accessible to all.

A visit to Arlington National Cemetery is a solemn and moving experience. This hallowed ground serves as the final resting place for thousands of servicemen and women, including the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Witnessing the changing of the guard ceremony at the tomb is a poignant tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. The cemetery also offers guided tours, providing insight into the cemetery’s history and notable memorials.

Just a short drive outside the city, Mount Vernon offers a glimpse into the life of America’s first president, George Washington. This meticulously preserved estate showcases the beautiful mansion, stunning gardens, and various outbuildings, allowing visitors to step back in time and learn about Washington’s life and legacy. Interactive exhibits and guided tours provide a comprehensive understanding of the founding father’s achievements and the era in which he lived.

In addition to these prominent attractions, Washington, D.C. also boasts a vibrant dining scene, world-class theaters, and numerous parks and outdoor spaces for relaxation and recreation. With its wealth of historical, cultural, and educational opportunities, a tour of Washington, D.C. promises an enriching experience for families, small groups, and individuals alike, leaving a lasting impression of the nation’s capital and its significance in American history.