Walking Tours of Washington, DC
Ford’s Theatre Walking Tours – Washington DC
During the spring and summer months, Ford's Theatre Society offers History on Foot walking tours, which are guided by actors playing characters from Civil War Washington. The tours begin outside of the historic Ford's Theatre at 511 10th Street NW and continue through downtown Washington, DC.
Ghost Tours in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia
Take a ghost tour and hear ghost stories and legends about the infamous haunted places in Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia.
Lincoln Assassination Walking Tour
The one-mile free walking tour, given by DC by Foot, examines historical facts and explores many of the famous sites where Lincoln walked himself in Washington, DC. Learn about the assassination plot that changed the nation.
Walking Tour of Old Town Alexandria
Explore a quaint historic town just over the Potomac River from Washington, D. C. Visit colonial houses, churches, and museums and shop for antiques.
Alexandria, Virginia Sightseeing Tours
Alexandria, Virginia Sightseeing Tours, Alexandria cruises, Alexandria horse drawn carriage rides, Alexandria ghost tours, and Old Town Alexandria historic walking tours.
Anthony S. Pitch
Customized and six specialized walking tours of Washington, DC. Tours led by award-winning author of historical publications.
See Washington, DC on foot on a variety of walking tours each with its own theme and focus. Schedule varies highlighting history, architecture, famous people, scandal, ghosts, and scenery. Special tours designed for kids.
Natalie Zanin's Historic Strolls
Licensed guides and actors portray citizens of historic Washington, DC while providing a walking tour of the city. Specialized and custom tours are available.
A Tour de Force
Individually escorted custom tours of Washington, DC. Hire a guide to provide a tour by limousine, SUV, van, minibus, coach, or on foot.
Food Tours in Washington DC
Find a variety of food tours in Washington, DC, Sample local cuisine at a variety of Washington DC restaurants, cafes and public markets while exploring historic neighborhoods from Capitol Hill to Georgetown to U Street.