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DC Monuments and Memorials Pedicab Tour

  • 1-hour private pedicab tour of the National Mall area
  • Pedicab can accommodate 2-3 adults and 1-2 children on laps (under age 8)
  • See the area's landmarks such as the Washington Monument, the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, and the Jefferson Memorial, among others
DC Monuments and Memorials Pedicab Tour
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See the landmarks and highlights of the western and southern parts of the National Mall from the back of a pedicab during this 1-hour tour. This tour ensures personalized attention from your pedicab guide as they pedal you around the nation's capital, stopping for photos around whenever you wish. Pickup and drop-off at centrally located DC accommodations.
What to Expect
Request a pickup at a centrally-located DC spot; it is suggested that tours begin in around the White House. Departure times are available anytime between 9am and 8pm on the quarter hour. The minimum pedicab tour is 1 hour, after that, the time is prorated at $1.25/hour, payable direct. 

The pedicabs fit 2 adults comfortably, and 3 adults if you get cozy. Two children (age 8 or under) are welcome to sit on laps, and an umbrella stroller can be stored on the pedicab. 

Pedal around the landmarks in the western and southern parts of the National Mall, including the Vietnam Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, Roosevelt Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, WWII Memorial, and the Washington Monument. You can get out to explore further and take photos whenever you like. During your journey, your guide will provide informed commentary on the sights.
Reviews (9)
1 - 5 of 8 reviews
Reviewed 17 July 2018
White House to Capital Hill... and BEYOND!

Our "driver" was smart, funny, and extremely entertaining. We had an excellent historical ride along the presidential parade route. Would definitely recommend doing a pedicab.

Thank Julie N
Reviewed 19 June 2018
Monument Site Seeing

We had a great time, a shoutout to our driver Derek Spear! He was great!! We toured around the monuments. Derek had lots of knowledge and was very courteous! I would highly recommend Derek! If you are touring DC and your dogs are barking, relax...More

Thank Oscar S
Reviewed 27 August 2016
My First visit to Washington DC

I had the best ride/tour guide to the white House, and the Memorials at Washington DC with the most intelligent and beautiful Pedicab driver, Steph. Steph is so knowledgeable about the Histories in Washington DC that I thought for a second I had earned 3...More

1  Thank quincyukhuakhua
Reviewed 11 August 2016
BEST way to see DC

We had Fahad and Tony tour us around the DC Monuments and Memorials. WOW! They worked so hard in the August heat and humidity. We told them our specifics and they made sure that we were taken care of. Some spots we wanted to get...More

Thank _Mollie_150
Reviewed 28 December 2015
What a way to visit all the monuments and memorials!

Mum and I visited DC for a day, and mum really wanted to see the monuments and memorials. We took the suggestion of a friend of mine to do a pedicab tour doing that - and we were SO GLAD that we did! First of...More

2  Thank Nattie C
Joe B, General Manager at National Pedicabs, responded to this reviewResponded 13 January 2016

Hey Nattie! Thanks so much for your wonderful review. Fahad is one of our veteran pedicabbers - he's been riding almost every weekend all season long since 2010! We're also glad you stayed warm - DC can be cold in the winter, but with our...More

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