Complete Overview of Night Tours in Washington DC
Washington After Dark Tour
Once the sun sets, the DC area really lights up, and visitors on the Washington After Dark Tour will be able to experience this in full glory. This three hour tour stops at many areas, most notably the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, which are stunning when lit up at night. Visitors will also be able to see the Korean and Vietnam War memorials.
The bus ride will tour past many other areas of the city as well, providing views of many illuminated sites, like the US Capitol and the Reflecting Pool. The bus is air conditioned and has heat for any weather change that might occur, allowing for a comfortable trip that is second to none. The tour length allows ample time for a vacationer to explore the area at their own pace.
Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour
Spotlights hitting the Washington Monument are just one of the stunning sights you'll see on the Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour. This trolley is a unique way for travelers to experience the area, and the narration is provided by a professional tour guide that will educate as well as entertain with many historical anecdotes.
One of the great features of this tour is that it is fully handicap accessible, which makes vacationing in the DC area even easier for disabled travelers. You'll get to see many of the area's most famous sites, as well as hear tales narrated by your guide about the history and entertaining ghost stories about the monuments.