Guided tours provide an overview of the city and introduce you to fascinating places you may miss on your own. Below are a few local guided tour operators.
For a different take on DC, Beyond the Monuments offers trips like kayaking down the Potomac, visiting Civil War sites, or riding in a mule-drawn boat on the C&O Canal.
Bike the Sites conducts bike tours for those who are interested in taking an environmentally-friendly path to enjoy the sites and sounds of DC.
Learn about some great African Americans and their contributions to our city and nation.
With door-to-door service to and from your hotel, Capital City Sights offers day and night tours.
Rent scooters or wheelchairs and see the Washington DC. Daily or weekly rentals are available or tour the memorials and sites along the National Mall and Tidal Basin on a memorable 3-hour tour.
Get to know the nation's capital, from Duke Ellington's U Street neighborhood to the spies of Washington.
Take a tour through the city's grand monuments.
On land or water, the DC Ducks cover all of Washington with an amphibious military vehicle. They operate from April to October.