Take a journey through America's capital with a 3-hour bike tour in Washington, DC. From the White House and the United States Capitol to the Lincoln…
Cycling is a great way to familiarize yourself with the heart of Washington, D.C. Bike the sites of Capitol Hill and the National Mall from Union…
Bike the Sites along the National Mall and along the Potomac Tidal Basin. Visit major presidential and war memorials and take a break to explore the…
Cycle your way around the monuments of Washington, D.C. at night! You’ll ride with your guide to the National Mall and the Potomac Tidal Basin to see…
Attractions in Washington, DC
- 1White House
- 2Lincoln Memorial
- 3United States Capitol
- 4Vietnam Veterans Memorial
- 5Arlington National Cemetery
- 6Korean War Veterans Memorial
- 7Jefferson Memorial
- 8National WWII Memorial
- 9Washington Monument
- 10National Mall
- 11J. Edgar Hoover Building
- 12Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
- 13Tidal Basin
- 14The U.S. National Archives
- 15Capitol Hill
- 16Madame Tussauds
- 17Smithsonian Air & Space Museum
- 18Iwo Jima Memorial
- 20National Archives Building
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What People Are Saying About Washington, DC
if the weather had been better the tour guide would have been more engaged; hard to communicate in windy cold weather and would have liked more info on sites and general info
Good guides with lots of stories. Many stops so we never got tired (we had kids with us).
Took the Monuments Tour by Night with 2 adults and 2 twelve-year-olds. All agreed that this was the best thing we did in DC (on a trip which included tours of the White House, Capitol, FBI, Bureau of Engraving, Washington Monument, and Mount Vernon, as well as Arlington National Cemetary, the Marines Sunset Parade, the National Zoo, and the Smithsonian Air & Space, American History, and Natural History Museums). We got to see all the monuments by bicycle, which was a welcome change from all the walking. The ride was not hard, and even our novice rider had no difficulty keeping up. Our tour guide (Tujon) was both knowledgeable and entertaining, and he went out of his way to engage the children (calling them by name etc.) and keep them interested. This tour made visiting the monuments (which might otherwise be boring for children) the highlight of the trip.
From the guiding call that led us to the site (there are four stations for L'enFant Plaza, so beware that) to the quick setup when we arrived to the very knowing tour by Rob, who knew a great deal about the sites we were visiting and the city's history in general, this tour was big fun and zero hassle. You can be in mediocre to cruddy shape. It's not the Tour de Capital - it's a tour of the capital's best, and it's well-organized and well-supported. Ride On.
I booked this tour to experience the monuments in the most interesting way which would appeal to all the family and it was a highlight of our trip to USA.I would recommend it particularly if you are in Washington for a short time like us.