Find the best guided walking tours in Washington DC.
Washington DC has a large number of famous attractions and landmarks as well as some fascinating lesser known places to visit. WalkingTown DC offers more than 50 walking tours in Washington DC that allow you to see everything up close and learn more about the nation's capital. These tours are presented by Cultural Tourism DC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing a variety of cultural resources and experiences to people from all backgrounds. Participants will have the chance to explore areas such as Dupont Circle, Herring Hill, Congress Heights and many other neighborhoods.
There are walking tours for people of all ages and fitness levels. There are lunchtime tours, after-work happy hour tours and weekend tours that last all day long. Some tours are stroller and wheelchair accessible. You will get a chance to gain a greater understanding of the city's rich history and its many diverse neighborhoods. Tours will be led by community leaders, experienced tour guides, historians and business owners who have expertise in different areas of the city. All tours are free and open to the public, but you must have a reservation to participate. These unique walking tours, which are equally appropriate for residents and visitors, will run September 19-27, 2015.
The Fairfax at Embassy Row, located in the lively Dupont Circle neighborhood, is a luxury boutique hotel that's ideal for experiencing everything Washington, DC has to offer. Our hotel, known for its outstanding service and elegant Georgian-style accommodations, is conveniently located to many of the city's most popular attractions. In addition to being a short walk from many fashionable shops and great restaurants, you are close to the Anderson House and the Phillips Collection. The hotel is also a short walk to the Dupont Circle Metro, giving you easy access to the entire city.