Interested in a different view of Washington, DC? Join us as we venture through the downtown streets on our Dupont Circle Walking Tour tour discussing stories of the dark side and forgotten tales. From curses and assassinations at the embassies to the home of the accidental inventor of the electric chair. These shrouded mansions built and then abandoned by millionaires were once lived in by wild women and philandering men.
We’ll see talk about sites long lost to guidebooks and see the remnants of the bygone era. The mansions turned embassies, City Beautiful public works walked by, and the old call boxes that became obsolete with modern technology.
For a family friendly and more historic version, take the daytime Historic Embassy Row & Dupont Circle Walking Tour. We do not recommend taking both.
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Reservations: REQUIRED. Click here to reserve.
Where: Meet your guide at the fountain in the center of Dupont Circle. Look for your tour guide in orange.
Duration: Approximately 2 hours. Total walking is about 1.5 mile (2,4km).
When: This tour does not run as a public option until March 2018. Contact us to book as a private tour!