- We would like to invite you to explore Washington DC with us on one of our comfortable, relaxed, personalized sightseeing tours. Check out our reviews on Trip Advisor and see what others have to say. We start our tours by meeting you at your hotel or at a a convenient downtown location. Just bring yourself, comfortable walking shoes, a camera and join us on one of our small group tours.
- With I-pads to enhance your experience, you will get a history preview ahead of time.
- Starting at the Capitol Building, we will explore the home of the legislative branch of American government and relish it’s famous cast-iron dome and collection of American Art.
- If you take one of our Day Tours, We have VIP passes on hand so we can take you with us inside the Senate and House Galleries at the US Capitol.
- The Library of Congress opened to the public in 1897. The Library's design was based on the Paris Opera House and was unparalleled in national achievement. More than 40 painters and sculptors decorated the facade and interior making it surpass European libraries in its devotion to classical culture. The building stands today as a unique blend of art and architecture and is recognized as a national treasure.
- On our Day Tours, exploring the inside of the Library of Congress is always one of sites guests say is their favorite part of the tour. Everything here inside and out is stunning and the exhibits are unforgettable.
- The wonders of this place will visually delight you.
- First occupied on October 7, 1935, the Supreme Court building is a fitting home for the nation's third branch of government. Chief Justice William Howard Taft was behind the effort to provide the Court with its own building, moving out of the U.S. Capitol where it had been meeting since 1801.
- On our day tours Monday - Friday we can get you up close & personal in the Supreme Court.
- The White House stop is always a must-see and an all time favorite!
- We’ll make sure you don’t leave without a picture in front of the White House!
- After we tour the government buildings, we will head to the famous monuments and memorials that showcase US history in the making.
- Dedicated to those who served in the armed forces and as civilians during WWII.
- We then head to honor Thomas Jefferson, one of the most important of the American Founding Fathers as the main drafter and author of the Declaration of Independence.
- Martin Luther King stands strong, tall and powerful commemorating the year the Civil Rights Act of 1964 become law.
- We then move onto the Lincoln Memorial, built to honor the 16th President of the US, Abraham Lincoln.
- Entering the memorial, you will see across a large seated sculpture of Abraham Lincoln and inscriptions of two well-known speeches by Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address and his Second Inaugural Address.
- The memorial has been the site of many famous speeches, including Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
- Lastly, we will explore the Vietnam and Korean War memorials.
- Korean War Memorial
- We carry portable phone chargers, umbrella’s, bottled water, I-Pads, binoculars and even electrical plug-ins at your disposal.
3-Hour Night Tours • 7pm-10pm Adults $50, Children (3-12) $30
5-Hour Day Tours • 10am-3:00pm Adults $60, Children (3-12) $35
Flexible-Start-Time Day Tours • Call 202.971.9116 for availability and pricing
Private Tours • Call 202.971.9116 for availability and pricing
Call us at 202.971.9116 to speak to one of our See DC Today Tour Guides about what’s on your sightseeing list during your next visit to DC.