We took our three kids, ages 13, 11, and 8, on the night tour of DC at the end of October. Our tour guide was named Cassie S.. She was amazing. She did a great job making everyone feel welcome and did her best to...More
Start your evening at one of two convenient pickup locations—the Willard Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue, or Union Station. Climb aboard and settle into your seat on the top or bottom deck. Seats are first come, first served, so get there early to secure your preference.
Depart at sunset, just as the national monuments begin to glow in the evening light. A guide will provide live commentary in English as you pass each point of interest, but recorded commentary is available in a range of other languages.
Gain a new perspective on the city as you pass the Capitol Building, Washington Monument, various war memorials, and the White House.
Weather permitting, step off the bus at the Lincoln Memorial. The nighttime tour gives you the opportunity to see its striking illuminated pillars reflected in the water opposite the memorial. End the evening back at your pick-up location.
Alicia was an awesome tour guide! She was energetic, yet very informative. We got on the tour at the Willard Hotel due to being in the area from our day hop on hop off bus with two different guides. Alicia’s was our favorite and made...More
Although it is advertised that it leaves at 6:30p, apparently that time is for when the “queue” stats to form. We eventually started moving by 7:20pm. The tour itself is very nice to see with live english commentary, and I suggest that you do this...More
What a great tour! Our tour guide, Tom Thompson, was amazing! He was so engaging, had great insight, and was a wealth of knowledge about all things Washington DC. I love this tour because it went to so many of the monuments that you would...More
Great way to see a lot in just 2 hours. Nona (tour guide) was entertaining and even kept the attention of my 2 children for 2 whole hours. Mike the driver navigated DC traffic like a pro. It is fun to see everything that we...More