tour is available every day except Fridays and lasts 8 to 9 hours
Fare $138 (per person)
(Price includes entrance fee to the mansion and an audio tour.)
Tour starts at 2:00 pm
from the 400 block New Jersey Avenue, at the corner of D street NW Washington DC 20001
Now combining the popular Mt Vernon tour and the fabled Washington After Dark tour. You’ll get the best of both worlds – two great tours in one! Experience some of Washington DC top landmarks along the way to Old Alexandria, notably the George Washington monument. we will drive through George Washington Memorial Parkway in Old Alexandria allowing you to view the boyhood home of Robert E Lee, Christ Church, George Washington masonic temple, Confederate memorial, Lyceum Museum and more… You will proceed to Mount Vernon home of George Washington where you will spend 2 hours or more. Inside the plantation you will visit the house of George Washington and will have the opportunity to listen to an audio tour as you tour the estate, the museum and the tombs of George and his wife Martha. The audio will allow you to explore the lives of Washington’s enslaved workers, his family and friends. The audio tour discusses and interprets the stops inside the George Washington estate.
You will get a chance to listen to on-site experts share the history of the buildings in the plantation.
Learn about the life of George Washington and enjoy touring the most famous historical estate in America!
The Washington After Dark Tour is a night tour of DC that will take you to a nightly visit of the top monuments in the city. It offers you a totally new perspective of the nation’s capital in dazzling lights. You’ll get a rare peek at the heart of the city with its lofty memorials revealing their mysteries with the play of the moonlight on their faces. If you crave amazing sights with breathtaking beauty, this tour of DC at night is not one to miss. This fascinating bus ride through thicket and glitter shows familiar landmarks like the Capitol Building, the Washington Monument, the White House, to name a few…
Imagine seeing the Lincoln Memorial or the Jefferson Memorial in their full magnificence casting pearlescent reflections in the ultramarine blue expanse of the lake, which mirrors their splendor. This night tour lets you discover the moonlight side of DC. It lets you glide through mesmerizing lull punctuated only by the structural grandeur of the monuments sculpting the nightscape with streaks of light crisscrossing the skies. You will be riveted by your tour guide’s live narration that adds life to this unforgettable fresco.
You’ve got a pass to a front seat to see in your very eyes history unfold its mysteries and reveal Washington DC main attractions.