Washington, DC Day Bike Tour
Whether you’re new to Washington DC or can already recite every word to “America, the Beautiful”, this tour has something for you! Our knowledgeable guides will entertain you with the most poignant, fascinating and incredible stories about Presidents, Congress, memorials, parks, spies, and scandals. Our comfortable bikes and smooth route make cycling between the sites fun and relaxing. After 13 years of experience guiding hundreds travelers all over the world we have become the benchmark. Be sure to ride with us and make the most of your time in Washington, DC.
Our D.C. Day Bike Tour is the perfect tour for both those new to the city and those locals looking to experience Washington D.C. with an minimal effort. For the newbies to DC, this tour will offer you a fantastic orientation and give you an opportunity to see virtually all of the sites you’ve read about. For the veterans and locals, we’re positive you’ll learn new facts and stories about Washington that you’ve never heard. And we’re sure you’ll both agree that two wheels is the best way to see the ‘Capital City’. We also offer a night bike tour which is the perfect complement to the day tour. Find more info on our night bike tour here.
- White House - One of the most photographed buildings in the world and the greatest symbol of power. Every President except George Washington has lived in this Executive Mansion. The White House has had its fair share of exciting tenants over the years.
- Lincoln Memorial - A temple built on the edge of the Potomac River dedicated to the 16th President. It has been at the center of the Civil Rights movement for nearly a century.
- Washington Monument - The pinnacle structure dedicated to the founder of our country, George Washington. The centerpiece of the National Mall, it dominates the DC skyline and has one incredible history.
- The Capitol Building - The government moved to “Jenkins’ Hill” in 1800 and the building has been in constant development ever since. Hear about the troubled past of the Capitol Building, from growing pains to invading armies.
- Smithsonian Castle- Established by British scientist, James Smithson who sent his fortune in 100 bags of gold for "the increase and diffusion of knowledge", this building is the first endowment of the Smithsonian Institution which has grown to 15 buildings and complexes.
- Korean War Memorial - Dedicated to the Forgotten War. This amazing memorial comes alive as you see the nineteen soldiers walking in the field. Find out why there is nineteen and the significance of the beautiful black wall behind them.
- Vietnam War Memorial - One of the country's most treasured memorials, the Vietnam Memorial is simple in its design but is often one of the most moving sites in all of DC.
- Also see - ... the WWII Memorial, Pennsylvania Avenue, The Jefferson Memorial, Old Executive Office Building, The National Mall and more!
- Fully guided tour