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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Electric Cart Tour

Highlights
  • Small-group, eco-friendly tour of D.C. monuments by electric cart
  • See many of the city’s key landmarks with dramatic lighting
  • Learn the backstories of monuments and war memorials
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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Electric Cart Tour
From US$56.00
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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Electric Cart Tour
From US$56.00
Overview

See Washington, D.C., monuments and landmarks on an evening tour by electric vehicle. Exploring D.C. after dark means seeing the landmarks dramatically lit, and the quiet, open-sided vehicle gives unobstructed views and great photo opportunities. From the Jefferson Memorial to the White House, and Capitol Hill, and a moving series of war memorials, you’ll see some of D.C.’s top sites with historic context from a guide.

What to Expect

Make your way to a central location in Washington, D.C., and then board an open-sided electric cart for an eco-friendly, small-group trip through the heart of the city.

Floodlights bring out the architectural details of each landmark, and you’ll see the Jefferson Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, Tidal Basin, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington Monument, and Lincoln Memorial at their very best.

Continue to the National World War I and National World War II memorials, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on your way to the White House, which is notably photogenic after dark.

After a final stop by Capitol Hill, this tour concludes at the original departure point, which is within walking distance to other top D.C. destinations.

Reviews (250)
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Reviewed yesterday
This tour was exceptional.

This tour was extremely nice. We got to see the area lit up at night and how things look after dark. Our tour guide was very informative and going around in the electric cart was nice and cozy.

Thank Lauri S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Fun tour

We did our tour at night. It was a little chilly but no crowds. Saw all the monuments. It was quick & easy. My kids loved it! Monty was our tour guide and he was knowledgeable and fun. Great tour!

Thank Ginmarie
Reviewed 2 days ago
The Martin Luther King Memorial at night under the lights is spectacular!

Our driver/guide Sasha was very friendly, informative and entertaining. Motoring about in the small electric car was ideal to cruise from site to site. The city is beautiful at night and the tour took us to all the right places to get a real feel...More

Thank jolene M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Such Fun!

Our tour guide and superb driver Montie was wonderful. Lots of great info and insights into almost every building we passed!! I would recommend this tour for everyone. What a special sight to see all these monuments in the moonlight.

Thank Jill H
Reviewed 1 week ago
Highly Recommend Monuments by Moonlight with Montie!

I highly recommend this tour because of easy on and off access at each location. Montie was very informative and I learned a lot of history from this tour. As a photographer I was able to capture many pictures that I would not have been...More

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Miller C, Manager at Washington DC Urban Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thanks for the lovely review! Our open-air Red Roadster provide excellent visibility and are perfect for our photo-loving friends!

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Che S
1 November 2018|
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Response from Ashlea P | Reviewed this property |
we did a Thursday but agree that it probably wouldn't matter as late as it is.
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SpiceFolks
1 October 2018|
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Response from Shirley L | Reviewed this property |
The Smithsonian stop is just a couple blocks from the start of the tour.
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