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Washington: Haunted History Ghost Tour

1. Washington: Haunted History Ghost Tour

Visit the capital city's most haunted locations in the company of a knowledgeable and experienced guide. Kick off your tour with an introduction to the dark history of the nation's capital before embarking on a haunted route to 8 locations located near the White House. After an introduction into general history and hauntings of DC, walk through the dark streets to President's Park and listen to stories and eyewitness accounts of personal hauntings, like St. John's Episcopal Church, also known as the President's Church. From there, head to the most important haunted house in the country, the White House. Learn about Lincoln's ghost that greets each incoming President when they take office, and hear how he still tries to help the leaders of the free world from the grave. You will then visit a host of other haunted locations where you will hear, in gripping detail, the history and eyewitness accounts of hauntings and paranormal activity in DC. Finally, head to the final stop at the Treasury Building, where you will listen to a final recap of D.C.'s strange activity, ask any ghost questions you might have, and check out and exchange any paranormal pictures and activity caught on camera.

Washington DC: See the City Segway Tour

2. Washington DC: See the City Segway Tour

All tours begin with a 30-minute training session on how to operate the Segway. Watch a brief video and presentation, then receive one-on-one instruction from the experienced staff. Don't be nervous! Many of the visitors are first-time riders and most people get the hang of it within a few minutes.  Once everyone is comfortable, you will do a quick soundcheck and off you go!  The first stop is the White House, just across the street from your starting point! From there, continue to explore as many of the following sites as possible: US Treasury Blair House Constitution Gardens Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool Vietnam Veterans Memorial Korean War Memorial DC War Memorial Tidal Basin WWII Memorial Washington Monument Smithsonian Museums National Gallery of Art US Capitol Canadian Embassy Newseum National Archives US Navy Memorial FBI Building And more! Bring your camera! There is a bag on the Segway to carry along small personal possessions, but it is recommended that you leave larger purses and backpacks in the shop.

From Washington, DC: Civil War Virginia Day Trip

3. From Washington, DC: Civil War Virginia Day Trip

Immerse yourself in the most trying time in American history on an in-depth, multi-sensory tour of the beginnings of the Civil War in and around the US capital. After pickup from hotel in Washington, DC, you’ll head to the historic Willard Hotel, whose history dates back to 1816. On your way to the White House, you’ll see the statue of William Tecumseh Sherman (The "Scourge of the South”), the Treasury Building, the War Department headquarters, multiple civil war sites, and more. After viewing the White House through the lens of the civil war battles fought in and around DC, you’ll escape the capital’s hustle and bustle, bound for the Arlington National Cemetery. See the home of Robert E. Lee, alongside the graves of such Civil War notables as Robert Todd Lincoln, Abner Doubleday, and more. After a quick break for a local lunch, you’ll head to the site of the first major conflict in the civil war: Manassas National Battlefield Park, where the first battle of Bull Run was fought. Along the banks of a sleepy creek, 2 untested armies would clash on July 21st, 1861, resulting in the largest battle in North American history to date. Explore the hallowed ground with your expert guide, learning firsthand the trials and tribulations of the Union and Confederate forces. Explore Henry House Hill, Sudley Springs Ford, The Old Stone House, and Stone Bridge — among other sites with innumerable historical significance. Afterwards, you’ll head back to your hotel, having taken in a wealth of information about a critical period in US history.


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What people are saying about The Treasury Building, Washington D.C.

It was a lot of fun. We were nervous about learning to ride the segway, but we didnt have any issues. I wished we spent more time riding around the mall, but we did get to see a lot of DC which was great. I would definitely recommend doing this.

While we didn’t see any ghosts, we did get an amazing history lesson. Our guide, Sana, held all of our attention as she told stories of the past woven into the beautiful homes and buildings of DC.

Fun and informative with a friendly guide! Great pre-outing instruction and attention to safety. I recommend this company.

Really fun. Short tour but a ton of information. Really enjoyed it and the flexibility from the organization!

Great way to cover a lot of ground and get some interesting facts and history.