Washington DC’s Georgetown neighborhood is considered the historic core of the city, but remains an energetic area today. See the best of past and present on a 2-hour walking tour of Georgetown that covers its main attractions over the course of a mile. A guide with extensive knowledge about the history of the area will provide narration throughout the tour.
2-hour walking tour of the Georgetown neighborhood in Washington DC
Total distance of roughly one mile with some hills
Ideal overview of the city with a historic lens
See landmarks such as the Tudor Place Mansion and the former homes of presidents
Spend five to 10 minutes at each location
Insightful commentary from your guide throughout the tour
Meet your guide at the Georgetown Waterfront Park at 2 p.m. for your 2-hour walking tour of the Georgetown neighborhood. Stroll through the historic streets of this port town en route to famous homes owned by prominent families such as the Lincolns and Kennedys, taverns where American history was decided, and other landmarks including Georgetown University and Tudor Place Mansion.
Throughout the tour, listen to informative commentary from a guide with extensive knowledge about the area. Spend five to 10 minutes at each spot — just enough time to hear a story and take a picture — before moving along at a casual pace determined by your group.
The tour will conclude at Georgetown University at roughly 4 p.m.