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Capitol Hill and DC Monuments Tour by Electric Cart

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Highlights
  • Travel in an eco-friendly electric vehicle on a Washington DC tour
  • Sightseeing with a small group means you can see and do more
  • Catch sight of the top destinations in central DC, including the White House
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Capitol Hill and DC Monuments Tour by Electric Cart
From US$36.40
US$56.00 Save US$19.60
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Overview
Exploring Washington DC's monuments and memorials in an open-sided, electric cart means you can enjoy unobstructed views from beginning to end. Traveling with a small group and guide, you'll cover popular destinations in the heart of DC, and hear stories throughout the tour. Stop to visit a series of highlights including the Lincoln Memorial, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, the White House, and the city's war memorials.
What to Expect
Make your way to L'Enfant Metro Stop, an easy-to-reach location in central Washington DC. Board an open-air, eco-friendly eCruiser vehicle, and then zip toward the Smithsonian Museum, the first stop on the tour.

Weave through a cluster of historic monuments, taking in the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials. Also see the Washington Monument, whose blinking light is among one of DC's most recognizable sights. Next, head to the National World War II Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

Finish with two of the top destinations in DC, the White House and Capitol Hill, home of the United States Congress. Your guided tour concludes at the original departure point.
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1 - 5 of 39 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Capitol Hill Electric Cart Tour

My husband, adult daughter and I enjoyed the tour very much. Sasha was helpful, funny, and knowledgeable. She really loves her history and made the tour one of the highlights of our DC vacation. This is money and time well spent. Thanks Sasha!

1  Thank Shelli C
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Electric Cart small group tour

This cart can fit up to 7 people in your group. It’s open so you can easily take pictures of places you drive by. Our tour guide was Tim. He did an excellent job for us; told us lots of interesting facts, and gave us...More

Thank Paula G
Reviewed 4 days ago
Nice small group with persona guidesl

We sat up front so it was easy to hear and understand our guide. Not so sure the folks in the back could hear because the guides is driving this electir car so must fact forward most of the time. Otherwise this was a very...More

Thank Sharon P
Reviewed 5 days ago
Great overview tour of all the major sites!

We had such a great time on this tour! If I had it to do over again - I would have booked this as the very first thing we did in DC. It's a quick tour of all the major sites. They stop at the...More

Thank JenDunson
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Wonderful Tour

We came down from Maine and had a great tour with Christopher Thompson. He was informative, entertaining and over all fun. Thanks

Thank stephen t
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lcshi
21 June 2018|
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Response from Miller C | Property representative |
The carts fit seven with seat belts. Children 3 and under are free and can ride on an adults lap. If you have questions or concerns you can call the office and they can assist you.
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Carmenirons
7 June 2018|
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Response from Jacqueline L | Reviewed this property |
At least two hours, depending on traffic and how promptly everyone returns to the vehicle after a stop at a monument (or a pit stopo).
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lawsonbunch
31 May 2018|
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Response from Becky M |
They like to fill the carts so I am not sure. I thought the kids in the back enjoyed the ride.
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