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Washington DC Monuments Bike Tour

Washington DC Monuments Bike Tour
Location Washington D.C.
Departure Seasonal
From €37.92 per person
Departure Date

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  • Comfort bike rental
  • Helmet
  • Snack and bottled water
  • Equipment for kids of all sizes and ages
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

See DC's historical monuments and landmarks up close and personal on a 3-hour bike tour with an informative guide. Cruise around the National Mall to see some of the most famous sights in Washington DC, and take breaks with your guide to walk around and explore attractions like the Lincoln Memorial.

Your leisurely Washington DC bike tour starts at a central city location. Meet your guide and select the bike that fits you best, and then set off to explore this historical, dynamic capital. Your guide, an experienced local, will share facts and interesting anecdotes about each site you visit along the tour.

Your bike route covers monuments and memorials located on the National Mall and Potomac Tidal Basin. Cruise along city bike lanes and flat terrain while taking in the beautiful architecture (and perhaps keeping an eye out for the Secret Service). Visit Washington Monument, the stately white obelisk that honors the first US president, and pedal over to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, a 3-acre (1.2-hectare) tribute to those who served in the Vietnam War.

Check out more landmarks like the National World War II Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial and the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, and then ride through the city back to the starting point, where your tour concludes.

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Tour may be canceled if the weather makes for dangerous riding conditions
  • Trailer carriages and trailer tandems are available for children not old enough or comfortable on their own bikes
  • To ride in a trailer carriage, children must be able to hold up their heads and wear a helmet
  • All passenger heights MUST be advised at time of booking
  • Note: Next day free rentals must be picked up by 11am at our Union Station location (50 Massachusetts Ave. NE). After 11am, equipment availability is not guaranteed.

Conditions of Sale:
Once you have booked and received your travel voucher, the contact details for the travel service operator will be on this voucher under the heading 'Important Information'. Where applicable, you are required to call the travel service operator directly to advise of additional information such as:
  • Hotel for pick up
  • Weights for helicopter tours
  • Choice of times for tours
  • Special dietary requirements, meal choices etc.

Reviewed by Michael F , December 2016

Very knowledgeable tour guides. Interesting facts at each stop. Excellent route. Perfect amount of time at each monument. Best way to see DC.

Reviewed by Kathleen S , October 2016

This was a phenomenal tour. The young man who was our guide was very energetic and very knowledgable about all of the monuments. He was thorough and helpful as well. I highly recommend it!

Reviewed by Katherine E , October 2016

Awesome! THE best way to see the monuments! Got some exercise, off our feet a while, and had some quiet as we rode through paths and along the Mall. So much fun for our whole family. Our youngest boy is 8 and a good rider. They have Burley trailors for people with really little kids. Our guide Jack was fantastic!! Totally fun.

Reviewed by Christopher D , August 2016


Reviewed by Regina P , August 2016

Great way to spend a half day AND see all the best DC monuments!

Reviewed by Boris A , August 2016

Bike tours are the blessing! We didn't get tired at all and saw all sights in Washington! And our guides was great.

Reviewed by Bruce H , August 2016

Highly recommend this tour - seeing the monuments the very first time, there is no better way than on bikes. We also chose the option to use the bikes the next day to go back to our favorites. We had a total of 8 in our party 2 families that made the group size just right. Our guide, Tujon, was very informative and had cool stories too.

Reviewed by Kiara N , August 2016

Great tour to do if you have a small amount of time in Washington and want to see all the Monuments. We had a small tour group which made it a little more personal and our guide added a few extras in, which was very nice of him. Bikes worked well, helmets, water and snacks were included and I thought it was worth the price. Regretfully I completely forgot to tip the tour guide at the end of the tour, my excuse is that I was tired after it and in Australia we don't tip so it completely crossed my mind. Jack G I think his name was, if you are reading this, you were fantastic and I hope my great review makes up for the lack of tip, I do sincerely apologise.

Reviewed by Mariea H , August 2016

My family really enjoyed this tour even though it was a hot, humid day it definitely beat walking everywhere which we did the night before. Our guide, Tony, was really nice but it was hard to hear him sometimes unless you were standing right next to him, just because of all the noises that come with being in a city.

Reviewed by Michael K , July 2016

Chase was a great guide. Kept us moving but allowed time to spend time at each monument. He share great info and history at every monument.