the tour was longer than expected, is a positive way :) Tim the tour guide was informative and passionate about the subject and it was a great way of seeing the sights of the city.
Excellent tour, guide was very knowledgable on the assassination, events leading up to and afterwards, also got the go into fords theatre, see the presidential box the assassination took place in, and see the room Lincoln died in across the road! Would highly recommend this tour for a very informative tour, including a lot of interesting historical information. The guide was very friendly and kept in touch before the tour to ensure the smooth running of the morning
This was my favorite tour while in DC. The guide was fantastic, he took the extra time to explain any questions we had and was truly passionate about teaching us the history behind the assassination. It was a small group and I learned so much. I would absolutely recommend this tour to everyone taking a trip to DC without any reservations.
This walking tour was outstanding. The guide was very informative and engaged with the group.
This was one of the best things we have ever done on a vacation. Our tour guide was engaging, enthusiastic, well-versed on the subject, and perhaps one of the best story tellers we have ever met. Worth every penny and more! I really cannot say enough about the quality of the individual. We will be looking to do other tours with your company in the future.
Our tour guide, Robert Geffredi, was excellent! He made the tour entertaining and very informative. It was well worth the money. We would highly recommend this tour.
Awesome tour! Even better guide, Robert!!
Had a great time. Guide was so much fun. He loved his topic!
Very interesting. Great guide.
An excellent tour. The tour guide was extremely knowledgable and not just about Lincoln. He knew a lot about DC in general. He was able to set the scene about what was going on at the time and how it culminated in Lincoln's assassination. I had my kids, 11 and 12, with md and they enjoyed it too. My only disappointment was that we did not get to go in to Ford's Theater. That is not part of the tour. It ends in front of the theater.
This was one of the highlights of our trip to DC and we learned so much! The retired attorney that took us on this tour was absolutely amazing! He shared his great love of history with us and we all felt his passion and excitement as he took us from place to place. Thumbs Up in a big way!
This was an incredible tour with a knowledgeable guide. It was a great precursor to our visit to the Ford's theater the next day. Highly recommend!
Educational, informative and entertaining! Rob our guide was so knowledge but even more enthusiastic. I walked away feeling like I had personal knowlage of the sad events that evening. I would rate my history knowlage and interest as a one out of ten yet I found this tour outstanding. Our son who loves civil war history would also recommend it. Some how our guide engages all no matter their knowlage base. Like the Viator easy of booking and their assistance.
My wife and I arrived at the site of the Lincoln Tour early. We saw a man sitting nearby. We approached him and asked if he was on the tour also. It was Robert Goffredi, the Tour Guide. He was friendly, personable and enthusiastically shared with us that he, his father and grandfather all were raised in Washington DC. And that he was a retired lawyer. We had four adults and three children on our very educational tour of the people and events and especially the places surrounding Lincoln's last days of his life. Mr Goffredi, in his eloquent portrayal of his subject matter, was adept at helping each of our group of seven feel important and also to imagine and internalize what happened that April 1865. I have always been an admirer of Abraham Lincoln and have studied his life a great deal. Walking to the places where history happened, seeing the places I've only read about and having it explained enthusiastically by Mr Goffredi made this walking tour a highlight of my first visit to Washington DC.
It was indeed a feverous night that Lincoln was shot. Not only did Booth fire a fatal bullet, but his cohorts were on the rampage too (something I did not know). Tim shared the many 'spooky' coincidences on that fateful day, along with very relevant context. Plus, he answered every question. My only wish is that it was a warmer night so I could have stayed longer to hear more.
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