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Capitol Hill and DC Monuments Tour by Electric Cart

  • 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
Capitol Hill and DC Monuments Tour by Electric Cart
From US$56.00
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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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Reviews (304)
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Reviewed yesterday
Nice overview of the main historical buildings and monuments

It's a good atraction to get to know a little more about the history of the city and get to know the museums and monuments, so you can decide which ones to visit later. It was freezing but the cart has a plastic curtain and...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank dannyyukio
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Great way to look at the city!

It was a great and easy way to see the sites of Washington with a friendly tour guide. Not too long a tour and opportunities to get out and take pictures and explore. Great value of money!

Thank katiasmithx
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Family Fun

Julia was a fantastic guide! She was a wealth of information and very accommodating to our party! She even dropped us near a suggested restaurant! Thanks for the tip Julia, the White Sangria at Carmine’s was just what I needed!

Thank jday3113
Reviewed 1 week ago
An informative and fun tour of DC in 2 hours!

My 8-year-old daughter and I had the pleasure of taking the Capitol Hill and DC Monuments Tour with Montie -- our enthusiastic, fun and extremely knowledgeable tour guide. This small group, 2-hour tour is a perfect way to kick-off a trip to the nation's capitol....More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank LuxeWanderer90024
Reviewed 1 week ago
Awesome Tour

We toured all around DC in an electric car. We enjoyed the trip a lot and our tour guide Montie was very knowledgeable and knew all the history about DC. We got to learn a lot from him and enjoyed our trip with the cozy...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank lukoggopal
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14 November 2018|
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Response from WayneW329 | Reviewed this property |
We did our tour in the rain. They offer to roll down the plastic sides but that obviously restricts vision. They gave us the choice of that or open and they gave us ponchos. We all took the ponchos and it was fine [ok].
26 October 2018|
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Response from Bill C | Reviewed this property |
The vehicle is easy to get in and out of so I think your son would be ok riding in it. My question is what to do with the wheel chair, I'm not sure where they could put it on the cart. Best bet is to reach out to the... More
3 October 2018|
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Response from Bill C | Reviewed this property |
Our guide asked where we wanted to get off once the tour was over, she dropped us off at the African American museum, another party close to the Smithsonian and one other person about a block from his hotel. The guides are... More