Washingtonian Tours

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Our Services and Tours:

We provide different types of services according to your needs. Our tour guides are knowledgeable, educated, fully licensed and experienced. Transportation services are available for small and large groups and customized day or night tour includes commentary in the preferred language and picture-taking stops.

Shopping tours on a motor coach or van are available upon request. Choose from Georgetown, Tysons Corner/Pentagon City, Potomac Mills or Montgomery Mall.

Suggested Itineraries:

Memorial Tour:

Four-hour vehicle tour of the following memorials: World War II, Washington, Jefferson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Lincoln, concluding at the White House.

Federal Tour:

Four-hour vehicle exterior tour of the Capitol, view the Library of Congress, Supreme Court, Federal Triangle, and stops at Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial and the White House.

Military Tour:

Four-hour vehicle tour of: World War II Memorial, Korean Veterans Memorial, Vietnam Wall Memorial, Iwo Jima Memorial, exterior of Arlington Cemetery and the Pentagon Memorial.

Children’s Tour:

Tour the National Air and Space Museum or Natural History Museum. Optional visit to butterfly garden exhibit. Visit to the Smithsonian Castle and nearby carrousel. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing can be chosen in lieu of the Smithsonian Castle.

Annapolis Historic Tour:

Eight-hour vehicle tour departs from Washington, D.C. to the U.S. Naval Academy, the State House, the William Paca House, Hammond-Harwood House, St. Anne’s Church and optional lunch and/or shopping in downtown Annapolis.

Arlington Military Cemetery Tour:

This is a four-hour tour with optional transportation. Vehicle traffic is restricted on cemetery grounds; therefore uphill walking is required. Tour includes visits to: the Eternal Flame at JFK’s tomb, Ted and Robert F. Kennedy’s tombs, the Amphitheatre, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and witnessing the Change of Guard Ceremony with optional visit to nearby Iwo Jima Memorial.

Latin American (Latino) Heritage Tour:

This tour explores the legacy and the history of the first people who arrived in Washington, DC from different countries of Latin America. Who painted the murals on the walls of several streets in Adams Morgan and Columbia Heights? Which were the first Latin American restaurants to open their doors to Washingtonians?

Who opened the health clinics, shelters and founded some well-known community based organizations serving Spanish-speaking immigrants in Washington, DC? Learn, ask questions and enjoy an open air walking tour in Adams Morgan with an optional Latin American dinner at the end of the tour.