Historic Georgetown Walking Tour in Washington, DC
C. the nation's capital. Well, there is no need to imagine because the Georgetown Walking Town located in the capital city offers this experience. Tourists are given a chance to walk down cobblestone streets on a guided tour of a period of time long gone.
The historic tour offers an opportunity to see structures that have been carefully restored and preserved for 300 years. On this tour individuals will see estates and public places that tell the story of time before the Revolutionary war and before D.C. was the nation's capital.
The Historic Georgetown Walking Tour features points of interest such as: Old Stone House, Kennedy Homes, Tudor Place Mansion, Martin's Tavern, and historic churches. For the most part, the tour involves seeing these structures from the outside and hearing what the tour guide has to say about them. However, for a fee individuals can tour the Tudor Place Mansion.
The tour, which starts at the Old Stone House, covers around two miles of area on foot. The tour ends at the Georgetown University Campus and will take a couple of hours to complete. Although the tour is free to the public it is important to make a reservation in advance to book a guided tour of the historic area. At the end of the tour, individuals can voluntarily make a donation of any amount they feel is fair. In other words, it's a voluntary sum of money that shows the tour guide that you appreciate the time they took to give the tour.
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