Georgetown, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Washington, DC, is most known for its shopping, dining, and night life. But there is much more to Georgetown. Take a tour of Georgetown and see historic homes, the C & O Canal, the prestigious Georgetown University, and more. See a map of Georgetown.
(202) 484-1565. Two hour walking tour of Georgetown. Sundays at 10:00 a.m. April 1 through October 31. Meet at Dupont Circle Station at the south exit near the pay phones.
Spies of Georgetown
(703) 569-1875. Two and one half hour walking tour highlights sites associated with spies. Learn real-life stories that took place in historic Georgetown. Meets on specified days at 1 pm in front of the Georgetown Public Library at the corner of Wisconsin Ave. and R St., NW.
Gastronomic Georgetown Food Tour
This 3.5 hour food tour highlights the cuisine of locally owned and operated restaurants and shops in historic Georgetown. Try some Presidential favorite dishes, handcrafted European beverages, high-end Turkish inspired cuisine, desserts from Georgetown's favorite family run bakery and much more.
Celebrity Georgetown Walking Tour
(301)762-3049. Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Two hour walking tour given by Jan Pottker, author of “Celebrity Washington: Who They Are, Where They Live and Why They're Famous.” Tour focuses on the residences of today's celebrities --famous people who are still living in Georgetown.
Meets in the upstairs Cafe at Barnes & Noble Booksellers at 3040 M St. NW in Georgetown.