Alexandria, Virginia
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Our most recommended Alexandria, Virginia Walking Tours

  • Washington DC: 4-Hour Glass-Top or Open-Top Bus Tour

    1. Washington DC: 4-Hour Glass-Top or Open-Top Bus Tour

    Tour Washington, DC, in a glass-top, convertible Mercedes-Benz Sprinter — the first in the capital of the United States. Hop aboard and catch incredible panoramic views with an expert tour guide as your chauffeur and narrator. Begin by exploring the National Mall to observe the United States Capitol, White House, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and much more while seeing and learning about other significant landmarks. Next, pass through Embassy Row, Georgetown, and Northern Virginia along scenic routes. Your journey will conclude following a stop at the iconic US Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Virginia.

    Dion was marvelous! He was very knowledgeable and super nice. Had some great stories and many, many facts. The van was fun. Had the top off and the weather was perfect. Good amount of time at stops, hit a happy medium. Highly recommend!!

  • Alexandria: Private Walking Tour of Historic Alexandria

    2. Alexandria: Private Walking Tour of Historic Alexandria

    Enjoy an excursion to Alexandria to explore the unique history of the city as out of Alexandria came DC. Enjoy a walking tour with a private historian guide while uncovering the city through stories of notable American figures who called Alexandria home at the forming of the nation. Start the tour with tales of America’s famous founding fathers, and their ties to the town—from Washington and Jefferson to Frenchman Lafayette and founding trustee John Carlyle. Uncover the larger-than-life figure, Washington, by traversing the places which made Alexandria his home. Visit the church where Washington was a member. Walk by the home of his first love and the home of his physician. Then, visit Gadsby’s Tavern and hear of the letters written between other notable past presidents, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, political opponents who went on to have an epic friendship. Listen to the providen...

  • From Washington DC: Mount Vernon & Old Town Alexandria Tour

    3. From Washington DC: Mount Vernon & Old Town Alexandria Tour

    The first adventure on this historic tour is winding through the streets of Old Town Alexandria - to explore and experience George Washington's hometown - past Robert E. Lee’s boyhood home, the George Washington Masonic Temple, and the Historic Christ Church. Get ready to be wowed as you see this colonial-themed hot spot, consisting of more than 200 restaurants and boutiques! Next, you'll ride along the Potomac River and visit the Mount Vernon Estate - one of the Washington, DC, area’s premier sightseeing attractions. You will explore historic Mount Vernon – from the mansion’s interior where President Washington resided, to his beloved gardens, and final resting place.  After time for lunch at the Mt Vernon Food Court (lunch not included in the tour price), you will have time to learn more about George Washington’s life and legacy in both the Museum and Education Center – home to more ...

    Edgar was a wonderful tour guide! This tour is so well done and full of history. It’s a must see in our book. We will take it again with family when we return. Also, wonderful guide company. I left our bag of souvenirs in the bus after the tour was over. I got back to hotel and realized I left it in the bus. I contacted the company and they brought our bag to the hotel!! Above and beyond wonderful service!

  • Alexandria: Old Town Boutique Food Tour

    4. Alexandria: Old Town Boutique Food Tour

    Meet your guide and the rest of the group at your first restaurant stop where you'll learn what to expect during the tour. After enjoying your first tasting, follow your guide along the tour route, designed to highlight the historical importance of Old Town Alexandria. Make multiple stops at restaurants and between stops, learn about to the evolution of the neighborhood, from the role played during the Revolutionary War, to the Civil Rights Movement, to modern day. End the tour at the last restaurant stop, where your guide will be happy to provide tips about how to spend the rest of your day or assist in helping you find your way to your next activity. A portion of each ticket is donated to bread for the city, a charity that provides services to DC locals including providing food, clothing, and legal and medical services.

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What people are saying about Alexandria, Virginia

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 5 reviews

Edgar was a wonderful tour guide! This tour is so well done and full of history. It’s a must see in our book. We will take it again with family when we return. Also, wonderful guide company. I left our bag of souvenirs in the bus after the tour was over. I got back to hotel and realized I left it in the bus. I contacted the company and they brought our bag to the hotel!! Above and beyond wonderful service!

Great living history experience

Really enjoyed our visit to Mount Vernon, great way to learn more about George Washington, visit his home, excellent film and museum as well. Big thank you to our guide Ann-Marie and driver, Thomas for making it a great day.

This was a wonderful tour made even better by our guide Edgar, he really made sure to tell us every bit of history about Mount Vernon and old town Alexandria we really enjoyed every minute

It was a great tour , Edgar was a great tour guide very funny. Must do trip , don’t get to stop in old town Alexandria just drive through but still a great tour .

Our guide Joey and driver Tracey both were excellent. I will recommend others.