Detective James McDevitt Day Tour in Washington, DC
Detective James McDevitt was the police detective who happened to be the one on duty in the Washington Police headquarters that night and he investigated the historic crime. A tour guide, girded with the persona of the primary detective, will walk you through the events as they unfolded for him that night. Together you will look into the infamous mystery we know as the Lincoln Assassination Conspiracy. The walking tour lasts two hours and will make eight stops on the 1.6 mile trek from Ford’s Theater to the White House.
The tour is a wonderful and educational experience for persons eight years old and up. Dress appropriately for walking. This particular tour does not include the interior of Ford’s Theater itself. However, the tour group is asked to meet and begin in the theater lobby. You and your group can book a private tour upon request. The tour company will gladly give private tours of 2-40 people. You can also opt to take a virtual tour online. This is a perfect program for teachers to show their students right in their classroom.
This tour is perfect for all ages, for persons of every level of interest in history. The trained guides will make it so interesting that all participants will leave amazed and wanting to know more. The tour is very popular, however, so be sure to reserve ahead of time!
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