Washington Dc Haunted Capitol Walking Tour
This will be a wonderful night tour for you as you will get to see some of the most interesting sites illuminated by the lights. You'll get to enjoy a whole new world that is filled with a lot of fun and excitement and will leave you with a big smile on your face. If you are looking for an interesting and fun activity then you have come to the right place. You will get to soak up the atmosphere on this local walking tour and you will be able to take a step back to history and enjoy something that is rich and rewarding. You will have a friendly and professional guide who will take you through the entire place and make sure you are having the time of your life. This is going to be a fun and interesting tour that will leave you with a big smile on your face. You will learn the history of the place as well and it will be very exciting for you to be scared and spend two hours been afraid and having fun.
You will be able to enjoy your tour from a licensed tour guide who will take you through some of the most interesting parts of the city and show you some of the best monuments all the time giving great stories about frightening events that happened in the history of the city. If you are someone who likes scary stories and who likes jokes then you will love this adventure.
It is going to be a wonderful time for you as you will get to explore and enjoy yourself and it will be a magical day.
Capitol Hill: Day and night, one of Washington's oldest neighborhoods buzzes with activity. Hang around the Hill long enough, and you'll encounter everyone from Congressional staffers grabbing a fast lunch to neighbors taking a late-night stroll. But if you look a little closer, you might discover that you're sharing the neighborhood—and the buildings—with some otherworldly visitors. Who is that shadowy sentry in front of the Supreme Court? What's the story behind the "whisper spot" in the Capitol? Is that a cat—or a demon—in the Capitol basement? And why should you never step foot in Statuary Hall on New Year's Eve? You'll find out the answers to these questions and more on this decidedly unnerving—and historical—walk.
Please note that this walk does not include interior visits to any of the buildings featured.
Meet your licensed D.C. tour guide outside the Capitol South Metrorail station. From there the walk will proceed to the U.S. Capitol campus, visiting the Cannon House Office Building, U.S. House of Representative, and U.S. Senate. Participants will also see the U.S. Supreme Court, Library of Congress and Folger Shakespeare Library. The two-hour walk travels approximately one mile along level terrain. The route is wheelchair accessible. The walk concludes near the Capitol South Metrorail.
Pickup & Return:
Capitol South Metrorail station.
The walk concludes near the Capitol South Metrorail station.
Departure Times: 7:30pm
- Professional guide
Does not include:
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible