Book Your Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour in Washington, DC with DC Trails
Our Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour is our way of introducing you to Washington, DC, and giving you the control over your tour experience. In this post, we highlight a little this tour option and what you’ll experience when you visit Washington, DC with our team at DC Trails.
20 stops throughout Washington, DC
The Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour allows you to get off the bus at any of the 20 stops on the tour. The 20 stops are placed at convenient locations, from which you can explore DC’s history as well as take in its many museums and attractions.
Stop locations include:
- The Whitehouse
We’ll stop at the Whitehouse, so you can see the most iconic building in U.S. history. You’ll be able to take pictures and explore the area.
- The National Mall
The National Mall is home to the great memorials for which Washington, DC is famed. For example, you can take in the Lincoln Memorial, with its stunning architecture.
- The Washington Monument
Another one of the sights commonly associated with Washington, DC, the Washington Monument is a popular stop on our Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour. At the Monument, you can read more about George Washington and his role in U.S. history.
Each of the vehicles we use is ADA-compliant, and so you can enjoy a memorable experience with loved ones that have accessibility needs. Our drivers will be happy to help you to enter and leave the vehicle at your own pace and to enjoy a memorable tour experience with DC Trails.
Our vehicles are also designed with the latest climate-control technology, helping you to stay comfortable during your tour with us. And our vehicles feature luxury seating, giving you enough room to enjoy your travel experience and to focus on the sights and surroundings outside the vehicle.
Our team is known for their experience in operating tours throughout Washington, DC. Many visitors choose DC Trails because they can learn more about the areas within the tour via live narrators on their trip. Narrators will go through the history of the region and will provide short stories about the buildings and sights that we see along the way.
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