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Dress comfortably, and bike around the monuments and memorials on the National Mall and Potomac Tidal Basin while your professional guide shares the inspiring history and surprising facts of each site.

During this 3-hour ride, you get the opportunity to explore the iconic monuments of the capital, including the Jefferson Memorial whose statue stands 19-feet (5.7-m) tall under an impressive, classical-revival mausoleum. You also get to ride past the Washington Monument, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial, and World War 2 Memorial.

Pay your respects at the Vietnam Veteran Memorial as you observe the 58,000 U.S. soldiers’ names engraved on the V-shaped black granite wall, which remind everyone of all the heroes who died protecting the nation.

No trip to Washington, D.C. is complete without a picture in front of the White House. Park your bike, and learn how this magnificent building changed names multiple times until President Theodore Roosevelt officially named it “The White House” in 1901.

Dress comfortably, and bike around the monuments and memorials on the National Mall and Potomac Tidal Basin while your professional guide shares the inspiring history and surprising facts of each site.

During this 3-hour ride, you get the opportunity to explore the iconic monuments of the capital, including the Jefferson Memorial whose statue stands 19-feet (5.7-m) tall under an impressive, classical-revival mausoleum. You also get to ride past the Washington Monument, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial, and World War 2 Memorial.

Pay your respects at the Vietnam Veteran Memorial as you observe the 58,000 U.S. soldiers’ names engraved on the V-shaped black granite wall, which remind everyone of all the heroes who died protecting the nation.

No trip to Washington, D.C. is complete without a picture in front of the White House. Park your bike, and learn how this magnificent building changed names multiple times until President Theodore Roosevelt officially named it “The White House” in 1901.

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Guided Bike Tour of National Monuments

Activity/Location

955 L'Enfant Plaza SW North Building, Suite 905

Washington, D.C. 20024

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • 955 L'Enfant Plaza SW North Building, Suite 905

    Washington, D.C.


Highlights

  • Monuments along the National Mall & Potomac Tidal Basin

  • Open-air, leisurely adventure atop comfortable bicycles

  • Frequent scenic stopovers for photo opportunities

  • Opportunity to walk & explore monuments & memorials in-depth

  • Local guide shares historical information & anecdotes


Inclusions

  • 3-hour guided bike tour

  • Bicycle rental

  • Helmet

  • Bottled water


Know Before You Book

  • Children can be accommodated on this tour.

  • Child tag-along trailers also are available.

  • You must be able to ride a bicycle on your own.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Location

955 L'Enfant Plaza SW North Building, Suite 905, Washington, D.C., 20024, United States