Posts by Robert Hart

What to do on July 4th in Washington DC?

July 4th Washington DC

Visitors and locals alike are asking What to do in Washington DC on July 4th? Happily, the fireworks are happening this year and there is much more to do as well. You can visit all the memorials, you can go to the museums, or you can enjoy dining at all the restaurants which are now open to capacity again.

Read More

Washington DC Cherry Blossom Tour

cherry blossom tour

A Washington DC Cherry Blossom Tour with Nonpartisan Pedicab is the easiest way to see the cherry trees in full bloom. You can stop at all the memorials, and you will have many opportunities to stop for photos. (703) 231-9882

Read More

Washington DC Cherry Blossom Parade 2020

National Cherry Blossom Festival 2020

The Washington DC Cherry Blossom Parade 2020 will take place on Saturday, April 4th, 2020. The parade route goes along Constitution Avenue between 7th and 17th Streets NW. Start time is 10:00 AM, and the parade ends around 12:00 noon.

Read More

National Cherry Blossom Festival 2020 FAQs

Cherry Blossom Festival 2020

The National Cherry Blossom Festival 2020 is one of the primary annual events in Washington DC. Over 3700 cherry trees will come into full bloom simultaneously at peak bloom and provide a wonderful natural spectacle amidst the backdrop of the Washington Monument and the National Memorials. These frequently asked questions will give you a lot of basic information on how to make the most out of your visit to see the cherry blossoms.

Read More

Dog Friendly Private Tour of Washington DC

Dog Friendly private tour of Washington DC

Nonpartisan Pedicab offers a dog friendly private tour of Washington DC. Buses won’t take dogs. Bike tours won’t take dogs. Segway tours won’t take dogs. Other private tours won’t take dogs. Nonpartisan Pedicab is the solution.

Read More

WWII Memorial Visitors Guide

Handicap Accessible Tour of the National Mall

Looking for information on how to visit the WWII Memorial? Here is a handy WWII Memorial Visitors Guide that includes getting there, parking, handicapped access, restroom availability, opening hours, and much more.

Read More

Touring Washington DC with Elderly Visitors

Touring Washington DC with Elderly

Touring Washington DC with Elderly Visitors is now as easy as can be. A private tour with Nonpartisan Pedicab gets you right up to all the monuments. You can see all the monuments in about 3 hours. If you have limited mobility, this tour will greatly reduce the amount you need to walk.

Read More