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Founded in 1789, Georgetown University is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit college in the nation. Situated on a hill overlooking the Potomac River and Washington DC, this elite institution of higher learning is known for both its undergraduate and graduate programs. Notable alumni include Bill Clinton and Antonin Scalia.

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3700 O Street Northwest, Washington DC, Washington, 20057
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Historic Georgetown Walking Tour
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Historic Georgetown Walking Tour

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Washington DC’s Georgetown neighborhood is considered the historic core of the city, but remains an energetic area today. See the best of past and present on a 2-hour walking tour of Georgetown that covers its main attractions over the course of a mile. A guide with extensive knowledge about the history of the area will provide narration throughout the tour.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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The History of Black Georgetown

The History of Black Georgetown

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* This tour is generally offered every other Friday at 11am, and every other Sunday at 1pm. Someone visiting Georgetown today may see it as another wealthy enclave in a continuously gentrifying Washington, DC. However, this charming area that boasts high-end shopping and gourmet restaurants has a diverse history. Originally a busy port for the export of tobacco, it was also the site of an active slave trade, and at one point African Americans counted as 30% of the Georgetown population. Descendants of those enslaved peoples and black free folk have lived in Georgetown for generations, but their contributions to its history do not often receive the same recognition. This tour will reveal the stories of the black citizens who made their mark on one of DC’s oldest neighborhoods. The tour starts at 3206 O Street NW DC and ends at the Mt. Zion Cemetery, at 2501 Mill Rd. NW. There is a half-way stop at Thomas Sweet Shop for a batheroom break and refreshment.
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  • 2 hours to 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Day or Night Private DC Sightseeing Tour

Day or Night Private DC Sightseeing Tour

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Explore Washington D.C.’s most important destinations with a fully-customizable, 4 or 5-hour private sightseeing tour for your group of 6 to 14 people. Work with an experienced guide to tailor the itinerary to your interests, and visit the city’s landmarks, memorials and museums. Enjoy convenient hotel pick-up and drop-off within the D.C. beltway and beyond in a comfortable minibus. Finish your tour with return transfer to your hotel, or make the most of your time in the capital by heading directly to one of the D.C. airports.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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The Kennedy Homes: A Self-Guided Audio Tour of the Colonial Architecture

The Kennedy Homes: A Self-Guided Audio Tour of the Colonial Architecture

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The future President and the grandest First Lady met, married, began raising a family and help lift a quiet area into the Camelot era before Jackie returned following John F. Kennedy’s death. On this self-guided GPS audio tour, you'll walk the brick sidewalks among homes dating back to the 18th century on this 90-minute tour that includes stops at many of the Kennedy homes plus Holy Trinity Church they attended and Martin’s Tavern where Jack proposed.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours
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Georgetown Privately Guided Tour

Georgetown Privately Guided Tour

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On your historic Georgetown tour, you'll discover a host of famous names and celebrities that have called Georgetown home, including Jackie Kennedy, Elizabeth Taylor and inventor Alexander Graham Bell. Marvel at the architecture from the 1800s and the pre-revolutionary buildings as you wander through the leafy squares, side streets and alleyways. Walk from the high hills of the Georgetown campus to one of the old canals, still lined with historic homes and buildings. Hear stories about the young JFK and see where his proposal to Jacqueline Bouvier took place. Stroll along the cobblestone streets and learn about the post Civil War African American community and its rise to become the fashionable place to be in the 1950s. During your private tour of Georgetown, you'll uncover some hidden gems whilst soaking up the local atmosphere. You'll stop by one of the local cafés for a snack before your tour ends.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Big Bus Washington DC Open Top Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Big Bus Washington DC Open Top Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

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Discover the most popular sights in Washington, DC on this relaxing hop-on hop-off bus tour. Drive past many of the top attractions in the nation’s capital — including the White House, the Washington Monument, the National Mall, historic Georgetown, and Arlington National Cemetery, and choose where you want to get off and explore in more detail. Select a 1- or 2-day pass, then hop on at any of the stops on two different routes and get to know the city with an audio commentary. The 2-day Deluxe option includes a Night Tour.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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Georgetown in 3 Hours with In-App Audio Tour

Georgetown in 3 Hours with In-App Audio Tour

Discover the most romantic, cozy, and calm part of Washington D.C. Brick houses, antique shops, restaurants and cafes; Georgetown does not even look like an American city! Visit Blues Alley, home to one of the most famous Washington, D.C. jazz-clubs. Learn about why there is no metro connection in Georgetown. Get to know the love story of John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline. Find out how Georgetown city became a district of Washington, D.C. Feel inspired by the charming and relaxing atmosphere of the area. The mobile app helps you explore Georgetown with a private audio tour (included). The audio tour has clean navigation, filled with exciting stories from professional guides. The audio guide on the mobile app is the best way to enjoy the tour at your own pace and be independent of a group tour. The mobile app is available on App Store and Google Play and works offline. Join the tour and explore this historical and charming district of the United States' capital!
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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