History of Lincoln Rickshaw Tour
Enjoy a unique and fun tour that takes you around the city, via pedicab, to many locations Lincoln often visited as well as the place he took his last breath with History of Lincoln Rickshaw Tour.
This tour takes you to many locations around the city including many locations that Lincoln often frequented, like his church, as well as the place he was killed, Ford's Theater. You'll see the route that John Wilkes Booth took after he shot Lincoln and learn how he escaped on horseback to Washington, DC. You'll learn all the details leading up to Lincolns death as well as John Wilkes Booth history and even have the opportunity to pay your respects at the iconic Peterson House. The tour ends with an opportunity to take a photo with Lincoln himself at Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum.
Reservations are required for this event. The tour lasts roughly 40 minutes. The majority of the tour is conducted via pedicab, a bicycle pulling a small cart for your seating, though there is some walking involved. Adult pricing is applied for all guests of this tour. No more than 9 people per booking.
Spend 40 minutes exploring the life and untimely death of one of the most important figures in United States history as well as the man responsible for taking his life with the History of Lincoln Rickshaw Tour.
The tour starts at 7th and H Street NW. This Lincoln Pedicab Tour is designed to avenge the death of beloved Abraham Lincoln.
See many of the sites that Lincoln frequented, including his Church, and the location where he passed away. See where John Wilkes Booth escaped to after he shot Abe, and how he escaped to Southeast DC via horseback. Highlights of this 40-minute Pedicab tour include:
- Follow the path of John Wilkes Booth footsteps
- Lincoln's assassin
- Visit Ford's Theater, the place of the assassination
- Pay your respects at the Peterson House
Near the end of the tour, we will stop by Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, so you may take a photo with Mr. Lincoln himself. Join us and witness the history behind the fateful day of April 14, 1865.
Pickup & Return:
In front of Starbucks.
Any metro station of your choice near Madam Taussads.
- Pedicab tour
Does not include:
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Adult pricing applies to all travelers
- A maximum of 9 people per booking