Historic Walking Tours

See a wide variety of neighborhoods in Washington, from the halls of Congress to the newest neighborhoods being gentrified in front of our eyes.

Tour 1:  The Mall

From the Capital to the Lincoln Memorial, an intimate walk and discussion on the history of both the city itself and the evolution of the Mall.  2 hours

Tour 2:  SouthEast.  See a neighborhood that, five years ago was warehouses and empty lots, and is now home to some of the most creative architecture in the nation.  From the Navy Yard to Nationals Park, and everything  in between.  2 hours

Tour 3:  Dupont Circle.  The historic mansions and weird/quirky stories about one of the most unusual neighborhoods in DC.

Tour 4:  Georgetown.  Stroll the backstreets, see the mansions and the tiny houses, all with stories from Colonial times to the Kennedy presence.

Tour 5:  Embassy Row. More of a architecture tour than historical; modern embassies, converted mansions from the robber-baron days, and unforgettable views.

All tours about 2 hours in duration. To reserve a tour, go to the About Us page and let us know which walk/combination walk might interest you.

 

Tours: Historic Walks – Running Tours – Cycling Tours