Bike Tour of Dc Monuments and Arlington Cemetery
Taking a bike tour in Washington D.C. is one of the most popular things to do in the urban environment. For the next 5 hours you will be riding through historical events all around the DMV area. First you will be riding past the national mall, then war and presidential monuments. The first one you will visit is the Lincoln memorial, then the Jefferson memorial, then the last one is the Martin Luther King memorial. Next you will visit some war memorials like the Vietnam memorial, next is the Korean memorial, and last will be the World War 2 memorial. Then after you make your way across the Arlington bridge you will be greeted with your last few historical things. Like seeing the Kennedy grave and L’Enfant’s tomb site. Also you will be able to see the tomb of the unknown, a memorial to unidentified American service members. Then you could finish off the day eating at one of D.C.’s famous restaurants. Like Bens chili Bowl, or Church Key located on 14th st nw. You will not be bored if you take this bike tour this will be one of the most fun things you will do in your life. The culture and vibe that the people incity gives off will have wanting to do another tour around D.C., you can ask anybody anything around here they will most likely give you exact directions to where you wanna go.
This 'Bike Tour of DC Monuments and Arlington Cemetery' begins at 502 23rd Street NW in Washington, DC. Meet and greet the tour guide and the rest of the group. Then gear up for the 9:30am ride with a comfortable helmet and bike.
Travel through the National Mall, visiting some of its best memorial parks. See the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial, and many more.
After a brief stop for lunch (cost not included), pedal across the Potomac River, over the Arlington Memorial Bridge and into Virginia and Arlington National Cemetery, honoring those who fought for the United States. Bikes will be parked at the entrance before strolling across the hills of Arlington Cemetery to see Arlington House, the Kennedy Gravesite, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, where the incredible Changing of the Guard will take place.
The tour ends where it began at 502 23rd Street NW.
Pickup & Return:
All tours will begin at 502 23rd Street NW, Washington, DC 20037.
Departure Times: 9:30am
- Fully guided, 5-hour bike tour
- Comfortable bike
Does not include:
- Cost of lunch
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Infant seats and children's bikes available
- Guests must arrive 15 minutes prior to the scheduled tour departure time in order to complete necessary paperwork
- Every guest is required to complete and sign a liability waiver form
- Liability waiver forms for participating minors under the age of 18 require a parent or guardian's signature
- All minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian while on the tour
- All tours operate rain or shine