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Washington DC Private Guided Tours

Your own private vehicle, driver, and guide.

Washington DC Private Guided Tours

Your own private vehicle, driver, and guide.

Special Offer – Limited Time

Private Tour for 3 People:  $300

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It's your tour, your way

A five-star tour built around your own requirements and schedule.

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It's your tour, your way

A five-star tour built around your own requirements and schedule.

Custom Route & Stops

Dining & Break Options

Pickup Time & Location

Accessibility Adjustments

Special Requests

Customers love our tours, guides, service, and flexibility

🚌  Private Transportation

🥇 Top Rated Tour Guides

✍️  Personalized Service

🌙   Day Tours or Night Tours

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Black SUV

Fits up to 5 Guests

$450/group

$90/guest

Tour Van

Fits up to 12 Guests

$899/group

$74.91/guest

Mini-Bus

Fits up to 38 Guests

$1,950/group

$51.31/guest

Luxury Motor Coach

Fits up to 50 Guests

$2,750/group

$55/guest

Price Includes:
• Private Vehicle & Driver
• Expert Tour Guide / Escort
• Interactive 3-4 Hour Tour
• Group Site Photos
• Convenience Items

Contact us for a custom quote

Black SUV

Fits up to 5 Guests

$450/group

$90/guest

Tour Van

Fits up to 12 Guests

$899/group

$74.91/guest

Mini-Bus

Fits up to 38 Guests

$1,950/group

$51.31/guest

Luxury Motor Coach

Fits up to 50 Guests

$2,750/group

$55/guest

Group prices reflect standard rates, custom packages and discounts are available. 

Guest prices reflect price per guest in a full vehicle.

Price Includes:
• Private Vehicle & Driver
• Expert Tour Guide / Escort
• Interactive 3-4 Hour Tour
• Group Site Photos
• Convenience Items

Contact us for a custom quote.

Group prices reflect standard rates, custom packages and discounts are available. 

Guest prices reflect price per guest in a full vehicle.

Get your Washington DC Tour Maps

All the stops on your ultimate Washington DC Guided Tour.

Smithsonian Museum Map

Walking Distance Map

Get your Washington DC Tour Maps

All the stops on your ultimate Washington DC Guided Tour.

Smithsonian Museum Map

Walking Distance Map

See all the sights at your own pace, no "big tour" hassles

The White House

The White House is the official residence and workplace of the president of the United States. It is located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C., and has been the residence of every U.S. president since John Adams in 1800 when the national capital was moved from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C.

the reflecting pool

The Reflecting Pool

 This remarkable aquatic feature is much more than just a body of water; it serves as a serene and majestic mirror that elegantly reflects two of the most emblematic structures in the nation’s capital: the towering Washington Monument and the regal Lincoln Memorial. 

Washington Monument

The Washington Monument honors the first President of the United States and stands as the tallest structure in Washington, D.C. Shaped like an Egyptian obelisk, it is 555’ 5/8” high and made of marble, granite, and bluestone gneiss, it took 36 years to complete.

the martin luther king jr memorial

Martin Luther King Jr Memorial

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial is a national memorial located in West Potomac Park next to the National Mall in Washington, D.C., United States. It covers four acres (1.6 ha) and includes the Stone of Hope, a granite statue of Civil Rights Movement leader Martin Luther King Jr. carved by sculptor Lei Yixin.

the national mall

The National Mall

The National Mall is America’s most visited national park, where the past, present and future come together. The monuments and memorials in this park honor American forefathers and heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice in service to this country. Explore the swath of land nicknamed “America’s front yard.”

ford's theater

The Ford's Theatre

In April 14, 1865, Lincoln and his wife decided to visit the theatre to see the comedy Our American Cousin. John Wilkes Booth, a Confederate sympathizer, snuck into the President’s Box and shot Lincoln with a single-shot Deringer pistol. Lincoln died at a boarding house located just across the street from the theatre. 

the lincoln memorial

Lincoln Memorial

The grand Lincoln Memorial towers over the Reflecting Pool, anchoring the western end of the National Mall. The best way to approach the memorial is from the east, by the Washington Monument and the National World War II Memorial. This will put you at the edge of the Reflecting Pool, and honoring structures of leaders.

vietnam veterans memorial

Vietnam Memorial

It’s the most-visited memorial on the National Mall in Washington, attracting more than 5 million people each year – the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The most prominent feature of the memorial is a massive wall that lists the names of the more than 58,000 servicemen and women who lost their lives during the Vietnam War.

tidal basin

Tidal Basin

The Tidal Basin is an engineered waterway that fills with high tide, then empties at low tide, refreshing the Washington Channel.  Popular destinations around the Tidal Basin include the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Franklin Memorial, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.

korean war memorial

Korean War Veterans Memorial

This is a national memorial in Washington, DC, that honors Korean War Veterans who fought against North Korea’s invasion of South Korea in 1950. The Memorial honors Korean War Veterans by educating about their sacrifices and contributions in defending South Korea.

US Capitol Building

The United States Capitol, often called The Capitol or the Capitol Building, is the seat of the United States Congress, the legislative branch of the federal government. It is located on Capitol Hill at the eastern end of the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

vietnam veterans memorial

World War II Veterans Memorial

The World War II Memorial is located in the center of Goldstein Circle in front of McCain Auditorium and honors the sacrifice and service of the fallen during World War II. The memorial consists of a large pair of dog tags, which is surrounded by three bronze plaques that represent the military services by air, by land and by seas.

the white house

The White House

the reflecting pool

Reflecting Pool

the washington monument

Washington Monument

the martin luther king jr memorial

Martin Luther King Jr Memorial

the national mall

National Mall

ford's theater

Ford's Theatre

the lincoln memorial

Lincoln Memorial

vietnam veterans memorial

Vietnam Veteran's Memorial

tidal basin

Tidal Basin

korean war memorial

Korean War Veterans Memorial

us capitol building

US Capitol Building

world war 2 veterans memorial

World War II Veterans Memorial

the washington monument

Frequently Asked Questions

A National Mall tour is typically 3-4 hours depending on the time of day the tour is operating.  Your own tour can be as long as you like.

No need to print your ticket.  Just check in with your name.  Save a tree.

Yes, there are restrooms are located at the following stops: Jefferson Memorial, WWII Veterans Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial.

Note:  The Lincoln Memorial is 100 years old and it is undergoing a renovation. Occasionally the restrooms and elevators at this stop are closed due to construction.

We provide complimentary water for our guests during the tour.  You may also bring your own beverages and snacks if needed.

We tailor our private tours for you and your group. If you’d like to stop for lunch or dinner

 

just let us know and we can help you plan with restaurant suggestions for both cuisine and most convenient locations.

If you book direct at SeeDCPrivateTours.com, All we need is 24 hours notice.  Notify us by email (Sales@SeeDCToday.com), a phone call or text (202-335-5838), or the chat feature on our webpage.

Call us at 202-335-5838 to let us know what you are missing so we can try to locate and return the lost item. 

Yes, we have several guides that could tour with you in the transportation you provide.

It depends on your schedule but to see the city in action mornings are good time to begin from 9 and 10AM or afternoons from 2PM to 5PM. Of course, there will be traffic during the day as commuters come and leave town. Also, there is always the possible motorcade or protest.

In the evenings the city settles down and the monuments are spectacular lit up against the night sky. For our evening tours we suggest starting no later than 8PM. As with daylight tours, there is always a chance of motorcades or protests.

 

We can design a tour with very little walking or with miles of walking!  Just let us know how much walking your group would enjoy and we will get back to you with a draft agenda within a day or two.

We can provide a Driver/ Guide or a Driver plus Guide. In many cases with many agendas a driver/guide is ideal but in other cases you may want a guide with your party on every step of  your tour.

Yes, our guides love people of all ages. We welcome kids to our tours.

We can design a tour stopping only at sites you want your group to see.

About Washington DC and the National Mall

Washington D.C., the capital city of the United States, is a treasure trove of history and culture, inviting visitors to explore its significant landmarks and institutions. At the heart of the city lies the National Mall, a verdant, two-mile-long expanse that stretches from the U.S. Capitol to the Lincoln Memorial. This impressive area serves not only as the backdrop for important national events but also as the focal point for those seeking to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of America’s story.

As one ventures through the National Mall, they are met with an array of awe-inspiring monuments and memorials, each thoughtfully designed to honor the lives and sacrifices of those who have shaped the nation. The towering presence of the Washington Monument stands as a testament to the country’s first president, while the noble statue of Abraham Lincoln at the Lincoln Memorial watches over the reflecting pool. Visitors can also pay tribute to the heroes and visionaries who have left an indelible mark on America’s history at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and countless other sites, each offering a moment of reflection and inspiration.

Washington D.C. and the National Mall also captivate visitors with an impressive collection of world-class museums, galleries, and cultural institutions. The renowned Smithsonian Institution presents a wealth of knowledge and discovery across various fields, including art, science, and history. The National Museum of African American History and Culture, in particular, offers an insightful journey into the rich and complex narrative of African American heritage. As you stroll along the shaded pathways of the National Mall, the spirit of the past intermingles with the present, making Washington D.C. a city that honors its heritage while embracing progress and change.

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