Washington DC Night Trolley Tour

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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
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Experience Highlights

Discover up to 100 of Washington's most famous landmarks on an evening tram tour of the city, lasting approximately 2.5 hours.

Experience the charm of America's capital as the sun goes down. The White House, the Capitol and the Washington Monument are just some of the sights you'll see on the guided tour. Along the way, you'll be told ghostly anecdotes about the spirits that live in the capital.

  • Ride the trolley and pass memorable landmarks such as the Jefferson Memorial.
  • Listen to the stories of the ghosts that inhabit the city on a nighttime tour
  • Take amazing photos of the sunset at the various stops on the tour.
  • Access the Franklin Delano RooseveltMemorial

What’s included

  • Washington by night tram tour
  • Local guide
  • Entrance to the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

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Step by Step

Enjoy a nighttime tram tour of Washington for approximately 2.5 hours. You'll pass hundreds of monuments and discover the city's most terrifying stories of spirits and ghosts by moonlight.

A local guide will accompany you aboard the tram to explain the history behind some of the 100 Washington monuments you will see from the tram, including the Washington Monument, Thomas Jefferson Memorial and Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

You'll be able to enter the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, which consists of 4 open-air rooms commemorating his 4 terms in office.

The tram tour stops at some areas of interest so you can take your best souvenir photos of this amazing experience:

  • Lincoln Memorial: home to the LincolnMemorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the Korean War Veterans Memorial.
  • MLK Jr. Memorial/FDR Memorial: here you will find the memorial of activist Martin Luther King and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
  • World War II Memorial: where you will find the national memorial representing World War II.

You will also pass close to city landmarks such as the capitol building and the White House.

During the tour of the American night, your guide will surprise you with spooky anecdotes of ghosts and spirits that inhabit the city of Washington.

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