Experience a full day of exploring the rich history and culture of Washington D.C. with an expert guide. From the iconic White House and neighboring government buildings, to the historic Pennsylvania Avenue, you’ll discover the essence of the United States’ capital city. Stroll through peaceful parks, vibrant plazas, and historic neighborhoods. Along the way, you’ll learn about the city’s fascinating past and present, its key landmarks, and the people who shaped the country’s history. With a mix of walking and sightseeing, this tour offers a comprehensive overview of D.C.’s most significant sites and hidden gems.

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  • Discover the rich history of Washington D.C.
  • Walk the iconic streets and avenues of the nation's capital
  • Experience the vibrant culture and diverse neighborhoods of the city


  • Professional local tour guide


  • Lunch
  • Possible Public Transportation (USD 10 per person)

Route & Duration

7 hours
  • 1

    The Whitehouse and Neighbors

    Explore the heart of American politics with a tour of the White House and its neighbors. Visit St. John’s Episcopal Church, Lafayette Park and Statues, and the North Front of the White House and West Wing. Admire the Blair/Lee Houses, the Eisenhower Building, and the headquarters of the American Red Cross and Daughters of the American Revolution. Learn about the Organization of the American States, the oldest international organization in the world. And, conclude the tour with an inside visit to the White House Visitors’ Center. Please note that some areas may be subject to Secret Service restrictions. We may take public transportation. The time spent here also includes walking and transportation time.

  • 2

    Pennsylvania Avenue

    Explore the iconic Pennsylvania Avenue. Highlights include the WWI Memorial, Old Post Office Tower, and a stop at Freedom Plaza. You'll also see the FBI Headquarters, Navy Memorial, and the Canadian Embassy. Marvel at the Leonardo DaVinci painting in the National Gallery of Art, and take in the grandeur of the President Ronald Reagan International Trade Building. Don't miss the National Archives, home to the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. The time spent here also includes lunch and possible public transportation time.

Additional Information

Wednesdays the free museums may be available.

Meeting Point

McPherson Square Metro Station (1400 I St NW, Washington, DC 20005, United States)
(In Metro station, follow signs for The White House) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.