Things to do in D.C.

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Private DC Historial Walking Tour

Get a personal introduction to American history on a 2.5-hour, private evening walking tour of Washington, DC’s monuments and memorials. Focus on the American Presidents and wars that have shaped the nation, hear the inside story about DC landmarks, and see the United States’ capital city light up after dark.

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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Night Cruise

Explore the famous monuments and memorials of Washington, DC by the light of night on this 1-hour sightseeing cruise. Hop aboard a modern cruise boat and enjoy the breathtaking nighttime view of our nation’s capital. Travel along the Potomac River to see the plethora of famous memorials and monuments, with stunning reflective views of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and many other landmark locations. This is a truly unique look at the iconic monuments of Washington, DC by night.

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Georgetown Waterfront Park

The Georgetown Waterfront Park takes you off the grid a bit, giving cyclists, skaters and night-run addicts 10-acres of space to maneuver, uninterrupted by cars. It also offers calming views of the Potomac River and the Key Bridge, which can be enjoyed while sitting on slabs of granite that rest along the pathway. There are also traditional benches for seating, or you can lay in the grass if you really want to get in touch with mother nature. It's a physical and mental escape from the rest of the city.

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Washington DC Segway Night Tour

Glide through Washington, D.C. in the glow of the evening on this fabulous evening tour past some of the city’s most iconic monuments and memorials including The White House, the US Capitol Building, and the Washington Monument. Enjoy spectacular views of historic sites as they light the night sky. This is a truly unique way to see the city.