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Washington DC Tours & Experiences

Carefully Crafted Itineraries
Our Washington DC tours come with pre-reserved tickets and are carefully timed and curated so you can get the most out of your day here. Let us take care of the planning so you can enjoy each site at its best.
Expert Local Guides
Our handpicked guides are a perfect blend of storyteller, insider, and passionate expert. They love the places they live, and bring each city's character, history, and food to life.
Part of the Tribe
At Walks, we're committed to smaller and more intimate tour groups. With fewer people around you can interact with your guide, become truly immersed in your surroundings, and really feel part of an experience.
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1 Walks DC MonumentsTour 0019 (1)
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National Mall Fully Guided Tour with Washington Monument Tickets
Discover the majestic National Mall on a specially designed tour with a small group, complete with pre-booked access to the Washington Monument.
1 3 h 10 max
1 Walks DC MonumentsTour 0061 (3)
New
Skip the Line National Archive and US Capitol Tour
Trace the history of the United States on this skip-the-line tour of the National Archives and the US Capitol.
2 3.5 h 10 max
1 Walks DC GeorgetownTour 0021 (1)
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Potomac River Cruise and Georgetown Walking Tour
Discover Washington by water on a scenic river cruise before uncovering the secrets of Georgetown on a guided walking tour.
4 3 h 15 max
2 Walks DC MtVernonTour 0001 (2)
Likely to Sell Out
Mt Vernon Day Trip with VIP River Cruise
Gain an unrivaled insight into America's past on this VIP experience that brings you to Mount Vernon on a scenic river cruise.
5 7 h 15 max
1 Walks DC GeorgetownTour 0002 (1)
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Georgetown Walking Tour with Cupcake
Locally led walking tour of Georgetown with included cupcake for delicious insight into the area.
New tour
2 h 20 max
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