Among the historic streets, manicured gardens and Victorian row houses of DC’s finest neighborhood lie deep, dark secrets about a forgotten past. Come along to hear about the ghosts and spirits that still haunt these streets…if you dare. Stories of eerie coincidences, curses and scenes from the scariest movies. We’ll share the darker side of the history of this pre-revolutionary town.
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Is this tour family friendly? Yes! We share with you stories of curses, eerie coincidences, and of course a few haunted houses. We aren’t ghost hunters, we’re historians – so we’ll be taking you through the darker side of Georgetown, but we do not have any one jump out at you! More humor than screams, this is fun for all ages!
Our own tour guide Canden has published a book on the wicked side of Georgetown history! Wicked Georgetown: Scoundrels, Sinners and Spies released by The History Press in Spring 2013.
Reservations: REQUIRED. Click here to reserve. Please note that groups of 6 or more are not allowed on this tour. Making reservations in smaller numbers to avoid this policy will result in cancellation of tours. Please contact us first if you have a group of more than 6.
Where: Tour begins outside the spooky Old Stone House at 3051 M Street NW (near 30th and M St). Tour ends at the Exorcist Steps (36th and Prospect St NW). NOTE: There is no metro station in Georgetown. Guests interested in traveling with the car-sharing service Uber are invited to use exclusive promo code “DCbyFoot” for a free $20 credit added to their new user account!
Duration: Approximately 90 minutes. Total walking is about 1.5 mile (2,4km).
When: View our Calendar
Cost: Name Your Own Price!
Start: Old Stone House at 3051 M St NW (map)
Closest Metro: Foggy Bottom/GWU (Blue and Orange)
End: 36th and Prospect Street NW (map)
Closest Metro: Foggy Bottom/GWU or Rossyln (Blue and Orange)