Washington DC Private Tours

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Enjoy your own private tour of Washington DC with Nonpartisan Pedicab.  See all the monuments, the US Capitol and the White House on your own schedule and at your own pace.  Here are a few advantages of visiting DC with Nonpartisan Pedicab:

  • Nonpartisan Pedicab can pick you up for free from any downtown location.
  • Friendly and knowledgeable  local tour guide
  • Personalize your tour to visit whatever most interests you
  • Start and finish on your own schedule
  • Go at your own pace
  • Small kids ride for free
  • Friendly, knowledgeable tour guide
  • The sun can be fierce in DC — the pedicab has a shady canopy to protect you from sun or rain
  • You can stop at each monument and memorial and walk in to take pictures
  • You can leave your bags in the pedicab while you are walking around the monuments
  • Perfect solution for elderly or disabled guests.  It is very easy to get in and out of the pedicab
  • Large items like strollers and folding wheelchairs can be taken with you on the pedicab
  • Kids always have fun on a pedicab ride.  Adults do, too.
  • Flexible pick up times always according to your own schedule.
  • We can recommend local area attractions to visit or places to eat.
  • 360 degree view at all times
  • See all the monuments in 2-3 hours

 

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Best Private Tours of Washington DC

You can see all the monuments in only 2-3 hours!

A pedicab tour of Washington DC will allow you to save time.  On a hop on hop off tour bus, you would probably spend an entire day to be able to visit all the memorials.  And, you would have to walk much more in order to access them.

  • Washington Monument
  • White House
  • Jefferson Memorial
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
  • Martin Luther King Memorial
  • Lincoln Memorial
  • Korean War Memorial
  • Vietnam War Memorial
  • WWII Memorial
  • Einstein Memorial
  • And much more!

Washington DC Private Tours

 

 

Here is the National Park Service website for more information about the National Mall?