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Tours in Washington, DC

Washington, DC has a ton to see and do. Plan your visit to make the most of your stay in Washington, DC. An insider tip: stand to the right and walk to the left when you are on Metro escalators. Enjoy our Nation’s Capital!

White House Tours 

Tours of the White House are free and open to the public. If you want to visit the White House, you must reach out to your Congressperson here to request a tour of the White House. Plan ahead and be prepared to share the dates you prefer to tour and the name, birth date, social security number, Country of birth, gender, plus the city and state of residence for each person in your group. If you are a Washington, DC resident, request a tour here. If you are foreign resident, please look here.

The White House also offers these amazing events: Garden Tour each Spring and Fall, The Easter Egg Roll, and the National Tree Lighting Ceremony.  

Capitol Building Tours

Tours of the Capitol Building are free and open to the public. Planning your visit as an individual, family, or small group (15 or fewer people) can be done here and guarantees you a spot. Pending availability, you may be able to take a tour on the same day by getting passes at the Information Desk.  You can also request a tour of the Capitol Building through your representative or senator.

Supreme Court 

The Supreme Court does not offer tours, but you can visit public areas of the building.  They also offer lectures, a 24-minute film, and rotating exhibitions

Washington Monument

The Washington Monument is currently closed until Spring 2019 to complete renovations. 

Guided Bus and Boat Tours Companies

Big Bus Tours

DC Duck Tours

DC Tour Shuttle 

Old Town Trolley Tours (Monuments by Moonlight)

Guided Bike and Segway Tours

Bike and Roll DC

City Segway Tours

Viator

Guided Walking Tours

Trip Hacks DC

DC by Foot

Guided Food Tours

Carpe DC Food Tours

DC Brew Tours

DC Metro Food Tours

Mangia DC Food Tours

Transportation to guide yourself on a tour

The Metro has buses and trains that can take you all over Washington, DC.

Bikes and Scooters to rent in our area are Capitol Bike ShareLime BikeLime Bike Scooter

There are a plethora of cab companies, but check out Uber and Lyft if you haven’t already used them.