Posts Tagged: Washington DC Guide

Top 12 DC Bus Tours (And Which You Should Take)

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This post compares the various different bus tour options available in DC, from hop-on, hop-off to more premium shuttle bus services that combine guided walking tours with bus service.  Bus tours are a great way to see the most sites in the least amount of time. Though the sites on the National Mall are close, […]

The Only Cherry Blossom Festival Guide & Map You Need [2018]

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Cherry Blossom Festival

The annual Washington DC Cherry Blossom Festival is just around the corner and DC By Foot has you covered with all the essential information about our city’s favorite festival. Check out our Cherry Blossom Tours for the best way to see the blooms! Dates of the Cherry Blossom Festival & Peak Bloom Best Place to […]

Things to Do in Georgetown, D.C.

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Things to Do in Georgetown DC

This post is a summary of things to do in Georgetown, DC, including sightseeing, restaurants and shopping.  To most, Georgetown is just a name of the local university, but this neighborhood of Washington, DC is full of history, fun and food – and cupcakes. It’s on the top of our list of places to see […]

National Mall Guide and Things to Do

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This post is a guide of things to do on the National Mall in Washington, DC, with tips on how to get here, where to park, on choosing museums as well as a self-guided tour.   What and Where is the National Mall Museums on the Mall Attractions on the Mall Where to Eat Self Guided […]

The Kennedy Center | Self-Guided Tour & Visitors Guide

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This post is about visiting the Kennedy Center and taking the tour. The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is a defining structure along the banks of the Potomac. Since 1971 it has been a cultural landmark for the District and the country. The center is home to the National Symphony Orchestra and the Washington […]

Visiting the American History Museum

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When you’re planning a trip to the capital of the United States, it makes sense that visiting the Smithsonian National Museum of American History should be a priority. Out of the more than 70 museums located in Washington, D.C. this is one of the most popular, and for good reason. It tackles the monumental task […]

How to Attend Inauguration 2017

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We are unaffiliated with the Inauguration and can offer no more assistance than the advice compiled below. Please do not contact us to arrange tickets to attend. We do not offer guide service or tours on Inauguration Day.   Check out our DC Tourism Guide, with budget advice, travel guides, and information about local Washington […]

Free Things To Do in DC

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There are a lot of free things to do in DC, including all the national memorials and some of the best museums in the world, the Smithsonian Museums. This is a definitive list of free things to do in DC and some that are almost free. With a little bit of planning you can take […]

How to Tour the US Capitol Building

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U.S. Capitol Building Tour

This post is how to get tickets to tour the United States Capitol Building as well as a guide to a visit to Capitol Hill. The United States Capitol Building is one of the most awe-inspiring and visited buildings in Washington DC. Visiting the Capitol Building is definitely a highlight of any trip to the […]

The Supreme Court Tours and Lectures

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Supreme Court DC Tours

Supreme Court tours give the general public the chance to explore one of the many federal buildings that make up the Capitol Hill complex – the Supreme Court building. As the people’s highest court in the land, both the building the the Supreme Court cases are open to the public. Use this guide to learn […]