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Capitol Hill and DC Monuments Tour by Electric Cart

From US$ 56.00
  • Travel in an eco-friendly electric vehicle on a Washington DC tour
  • Sightseeing with a small group means you can see and do more
  • Catch sight of the top destinations in central DC, including the White House
Capitol Hill and DC Monuments Tour by Electric Cart
From US$ 56.00
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Exploring Washington DC's monuments and memorials in an open-sided, electric cart means you can enjoy unobstructed views from beginning to end. Traveling with a small group and guide, you'll cover popular destinations in the heart of DC, and hear stories throughout the tour. Stop to visit a series of highlights including the Lincoln Memorial, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, the White House, and the city's war memorials.
What to Expect
Make your way to L'Enfant Metro Stop, an easy-to-reach location in central Washington DC. Board an open-air, eco-friendly eCruiser vehicle, and then zip toward the Smithsonian Museum, the first stop on the tour.

Weave through a cluster of historic monuments, taking in the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials. Also see the Washington Monument, whose blinking light is among one of DC's most recognizable sights. Next, head to the National World War II Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

Finish with two of the top destinations in DC, the White House and Capitol Hill, home of the United States Congress. Your guided tour concludes at the original departure point.
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Reviews (185)

1 - 5 of 17 reviews

Reviewed 5 days ago
Enjoyable introduction to a great city

Except for a bit of difficulty in finding the vehicle amid tour buses and taxis, this is a perfect way to get an overview of historic monuments and major federal buildings the first day without getting tired. Our guide, Julia, had a degree in history...More

1  Thank Jacqueline L
Reviewed 1 week ago
EJ was a wonderful tour guide!

The Electric car tour was great. It should be done of your first day in DC so you can see what you want to go back and visit. EJ was great and gave us good info for our next few days in DC. I was...More

1  Thank Zwheeler11
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Electric Cart Tour with Stephen!

Tour was easy to book, was exactly as presented in the description online, and we were picked up exactly on time. This was a great way to see a lot of sites in DC without having to do all the walking required. We used this...More

Thank 76doris
Miller C, Manager at Washington DC Urban Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Hi! We're so glad you loved your tour with Stephen. Hopefully you'll come back and join us again soon!

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Capital Hill/DC Monuments

This was an expensive trip that "looked" like a lot of fun. The electric car that tours you seats 7 people. My daughter and I were last on, and therefore had to face backwards towards traffic and away from the tour operator who had no...More

14  Thank AmyMurrayEp
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great way to start off your trip to DC

Our driver/tour guide, Chris, was very knowledgeable and did an excellent job of sharing interesting facts about the monuments and exhibits in DC. This is the way anyone coming to the area should start their trip! In addition, Chris, gave us some wonderful restaurant recommendations!...More

1  Thank Ellen H
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24 April 2018|
Response from Jacqueline L | Reviewed this property |
Click on "Reviews" on the tour page. There's a green button to the right of the reviews, just click on that to "write a review."
17 April 2018|
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Response from AmyMurrayEp | Reviewed this property |
There is at least one big step, maybe two into the vehicle.I would ask the vendor, also, you do get in and out of the vehicle to see certain monuments, although it is not required to get out.