Washington DC Night Tours
Enjoy Washington DC Night Tours with narrated, guided trolley tours and bus tours.
Choose from our selection of night tours in Washington DC, to view monuments and memorials illuminated after dark. You'll ride in security and comfort with a knowledgeable and friendly guide, who narrates the tour with interesting facts about our nation's history, and about each monument and memorial you visit. No need to worry about finding your way in an unfamiliar city after dark with these DC night tours.
This three hour tour, aboard a comfortable charter bus, includes 16 major Washington DC sites uniquely spot-lighted for nighttime sightseeing. The tours stops for optimal viewing and photographs at many of the locations, including the Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, several war memorials, and the White House, all splendidly glowing in lights.
The DC After Dark Tour also drives by the world's tallest obelisk, the Washington Monument, stunningly lit up and glorious to view in the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, as well as other historic sites and districts that take on a new perspective when viewed in lights during a night tour.
This moonlight trolley tour is enlightening and illuminated. Spend two and a half hours on a Washington DC Night Trolley Tour, with an experienced guide to narrate the way. Even if you've visited these famous sites during the day, you'll be enthralled at the whole new look they have when illuminated by the moon and special lighting.
The Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour Trolley is handicap accessible, so everyone can take part as you visit 10 sites in spectacular illumination. Bring your camera to stops which include the Iwo Jima Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial and more. Plus get a whole new perspective of the White House and US Capitol.
Washington DC after dark presents one of the most beautiful night scapes to be found. The DC The Lights! Tour takes you on a two and a half hour journey to some of the most picturesque and significant sites. At each of the 13 stops on this night tour, your guide hops off the shuttle with you to share fascinating perspective into the famous monuments, gloriously lighted for nighttime viewing.
Stops on this educational tour include the Korean War Veterans Memorial, World War II Memorial, Lincoln Memorial and the magnificent White House with the iconic front porch chandelier shining bright in the night.
These night tours are a fun way to experience Washington DC in a different light. We also offer several daytime sightseeing tours. The DC In A Day Tour is an extensive all-day tour to the significant monuments and memorials, and includes stops at the National Air & Space Museum and the White House Vistors' Center. For a comprehensive tour, the DC It All Tour is a six-hour tour of the Capitol city with many stops including Arlington Cemetery and the Pentagon City Mall.
Open Top Washington DC Night Tours
Enjoy unobstructed views from the open top of this double-decker bus. You will have opportunity to take some amazing photographs along the route of this 2.5-hour fully narrated night tour, which stops at some of Washington DCs most famous sites, including the Jefferson Memorial, White House, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial and more.
You'll be treated to spectacular views and fascinating details as the open top bus rolls past the US Capitol, Washington Monument, the Federal Triangle, Georgetown University and more, all gleaming in the moonlight.
These night tours are a fun way to experience Washington DC in a different light. We also offer several daytime sightseeing tours. The DC in a Day Tour is an extensive all-day tour to the significant monuments and memorial, and includes stops at the National Air & Space Museum and the White House Visitors' Center. For a comprehensive tour, the DC it All Tour is a six-hour tour of the Capitol city with many stops including Arlington Cemetery and the Pentagon City Mall. The Open Top Double Decker Bus runs 9am-5pm daily, visiting several war memorials, presidential memorials, the Capitol and more. You can ride the route to become acquainted, then use your pass to hop on and off exploring at your own pace.