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DC Private Day Tour

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DC Private Day Tour

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Discover Washington, D.C., with a professional guide and a luxury vehicle

Join us for a day discovering the best of the nation’s capital. We will explore the city’s most prominent landmarks and sights along the National Mall. Our expert guides will share the history, fun facts, and secrets stories about our city’s most famous sites. The rich history of Washington, DC goes beyond the monuments and memorials and our guides are prepared to share their vast knowledge of the Federal City nestled next to the Potomac River.

Our private tour is simply Monumental!

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Discover the beauty of Washington, D.C. as we visit some of the city’s most iconic and familiar landmarks and monuments.

We will make stops at the US Capitol Building, home of both bodies of Congress; the White House, home of all but one US President; the World War II Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, and more of the National Mall’s most popular attractions. Looking for a detailed list of stops for our Private Day Tour? Visit the Tour Plan tab above for a list of all our stops.

Our guides are well versed in the history, fascinating stories, and facts that help bring Washington, DC to life. Their ability to curate your tour to your unique interests and needs allows for a personalized experience that is second to none. Come along and learn more about our nation’s rich history.

Contact us directly for individual public bus tour tickets starting from $59/adult.

  • Departure
    Any location in DC Metro area.
  • Departure Time
    Any, but we recommend between 9am and 1pm.
  • Return Time
    tour is about 3 hours
  • Dress Code
    Dress is casual. It's always a good idea to bring a sweater or jacket.
Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Situated on the Tidal Basin with a perfect view of the White House, the Jefferson Memorial honors our third president, second vice-president, and first secretary of state. Thomas Jefferson’s legacy is enshrined here in a building befitting of America's original renaissance statesman.
US Capitol
The center of legislation is perched atop Capitol Hill, with Lady Freedom standing above the magnificent cast iron dome. The Senate and House meet here to write laws representing our vast nation.
World War II Memorial
This memorial to the “greatest generation” shines amongst the National Mall as water and stone recognize the valor of those fallen and battles fought.
US Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima)
The US Marine Corps War Memorial, also known as the Iwo Jima Memorial, is dedicated to a single branch of the US military. Based on a photo of US Marine Corps soldiers after the Battle of Iwo Jima, this is one of the largest cast bronze sculptures in the world at 32 feet.
Korean War Memorial
Iconic warriors march as one through a night watch to defend a “country they never knew and a people they never met” in the forgotten war. The Korean War Memorial reminds the public that “Freedom is Not Free” and honors the 36,500 Americans who died during this conflict.
The White House
The “People's House” is where the home and office of the President of the United States. Stroll by one of the most famous addresses in America: 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Lincoln Memorial
Perhaps the most iconic memorial on the National Mall, the Lincoln Memorial is an essential stop on any tour of Washington, DC. We will take time to traverse up the steps, visit the spot where Martin Luther King, Jr delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, and take a photo with the immense statue of Lincoln.
Martin Luther King Jr Memorial
One of the newest memorials on the National Mall honors a leader of the Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King, Jr. Nestled amongst the famous cherry trees of the Tidal Basin, the impressive statue and surrounding area speaks to the impact that he left on our country.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Tucked into a hill just around the corner from the Lincoln Memorial sits the moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial. This deeply profound memorial is often a favorite for visitors because of its thoughtful design and reflective nature.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
A larger than life president deserves a larger than life memorial. Franklin Delano Roosevelt served as president for a total of 12 years during multiple periods of upheaval in the United States. This memorial walks visitors through those different periods of his presidency and is the largest memorial by land area in Washington, DC.
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