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Go Deeper in DC: Monument Tour for Two or Four

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Founded by history buffs who were unsatisfied with less-than-complete tours of the Capital City, this tour will delight locals and DC first-timers alike. Enjoy the wealth of interesting history and beautiful views available with these knowledgeable guides:

• $39 ($78 value) for a history tour for two people
• $78 ($156 value) for a history tour for four people
• Tour eight monuments, six parks, and seven historic buildings while walking about two miles over this three-hour experience in beautiful DC

Put the Capital in Context
Your uniformed guide, many of whom are former park rangers, will cover up-to-date tidbits as well as historic backgrounds and little-known facts, so you gain a full perspective on happenings in the District. Meet up 15 minutes early for the 10 a.m. tour on Saturday in Lafayette Park across from the White House; you'll visit the Lincoln Monument, the National Mall, the Old Post Office, and much more, learning tons about the structures themselves as well as why they're important. You'll end your tour with a free map and discounts to other nearby attractions -- so you can start working on becoming a DC history geek in your own right.

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    Right hand side rear of the park on the corner of 16th and K street North West, Washington, DC 20006
    000-000-0000 | get directions

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