Washington DC: Walking Tour and African American Museum

from/per person 80.00
  • Washington
  • 1 hour and a half



  • Begin your tour at the White House, the official residence and symbol of the United States presidency. Discover the fascinating history of this iconic building and gain insights into the notable figures who have resided within its walls.
  • Marvel at the grandeur of Capitol One, an architecturally stunning structure that stands as a testament to the neoclassical design. Learn about the United States Capitol, home to the House of Representatives and Senate, and understand its significance in the nation’s governance.
  • Admire the towering Washington Monument, a magnificent obelisk constructed from white marble. Standing at an impressive height of 550 feet, this iconic landmark embodies the spirit of Washington, D.C., and offers breathtaking views of the city.
  • Visit African American museum on your own


Join a captivating guided walking tour of Washington, D.C., where you will immerse yourself in the rich history and cultural significance of this iconic city. Led by a knowledgeable local guide, this tour offers a comprehensive experience that combines the exploration of prominent landmarks with a visit to the renowned National Museum of African American History and Culture that you will visit at your own pace.




Meet your guide at the Andrew Jackson Memorial Statue in the middle of Lafayette Square Park.

Lafayette Square
Pennsylvania Ave NW &, 16th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001, USA

Important information

  • The tour starts at the White House, and it is recommended to arrive at the meeting point a few minutes prior to the scheduled start time.
  • Comfortable walking shoes are highly recommended, as the tour involves a considerable amount of walking.
  • The tour concludes after the walking portion, allowing you to explore the National Museum of African American History and Culture independently with your reserved entry tickets.
  • Please note that transportation to and from the museum is not provided, and visitors are responsible for their own transportation arrangements.

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