Washinton DC Night Tours

DC is beautiful at night – no question about that! But with winter closing in, it will become increasingly difficult to stand the chill on these awesome night tours, so make sure that you check these out before fall has come and gone. Each tour offers a unique look at the amazing sights that DC has to offer, and you will be stunned by the glimmering lights as you experience the historical aspects as well as the architectural beauty of Washington DC.

When darkness falls, DC’s national monuments are beautifully illuminated, and this DC After Dark tour is an absolute can’t-miss for your trip to the Nation’s Capital! This is the perfect way to see DC’s most popular landmarks in a unique way, as it traverses the city from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capitol Building. You will see the city in a whole new light as you view the Library of Congress, the Supreme Court, the White House, Georgetown, Kennedy Center, and many more from the comfort of your coach. You will even have the chance to explore up close and on foot the Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Korean Memorial, and the FDR Memorial. These famous sites and more will be at your disposal and grandly lit for a stunning evening tour. Learn more:

For another look at the city at night, Old Town Trolley Tours is happy to help with the top-rated Monuments by Moonlight tour. Your experienced tour guide will take you to some of the Capital City’s most popular monuments and let you experience them in their glowing glory! Enjoy sights of the many memorials like the Iwo Jima Memorial, FDR Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, and the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial. Traveling from site to site, you will be transported back in time as you ride along the same streets that presidents have traveled for decades, and listen to historical stories about the city’s history. Learn more:

Starting at the Old Post Office, the DC the Lights! Tour offers an incredible look at the lights of the Nation’s Capital! After the sun sets, DC changes faces, with sparkling lights and beautiful displays round the city. This tour allows you to experience that beauty and wonder for yourself, as Washington DC is one of the most beautiful cities in the world lit up at night! At each stop, your dutiful tour guide will join you, showing you the Capitol Building, World War II Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Iwo Jima Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, and lastly the White House before returning to the start point, the Old Post Office.

These tours provide a special opportunity for learning more about our Nation’s Capital and the history of our great country! For more information on all tours, activities, and hotels in Washington DC, please visit our website!

4 thoughts on “Washinton DC Night Tours

  1. My sister is moving to VA soon and these would be great ideas for activities when I go visit her! Thanks for all of the great info!

  2. These night tours of DC sound great! The only time I’ve been was for a school trip back in high school, so I really didn’t have this sort of opportunity. It would be great to go back and take one of these tours!

  3. I have had the good fortune to visit this amazing place. In the daytime the culture and historic sites are amazing to see but it does not compare to seeing it all at night. My favorite was the WWII memorial at night. It holds dear to me because of family that served during that time but being there at night honoring those that paid the ultimate price for us is an unmatched experience. DC at night is an amazing sight!

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