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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Electric Cart Tour

  • 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
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

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.

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Best way to go at night with best guide ever!

We just returned from a fantastic time on this tour with the best guide ever, Guergana! The open air electric cart was phenomenal and allowed for incredible pictures. My mom was with me, visiting DC for her 12th time. Guergana was the most knowledgeable and...More

Thank annettegcook
Reviewed 1 week ago
Incredible Polish Experience!

My family was visiting the U.S. for the first time from Poland. Several did not speak English. We were astounded to find that our electric cart driver, Chris, spoke fluent Polish. He made the tour so memorable speaking in the native tongue of our family....More

Thank Karen P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great time seeing the monuments

We purchased our tour with Viator for the monuments by moonlight elective cart tour. We arrived at the site located on the metro line about 30 minutes early. Several others arrived as well. 4 carts came about 10 minutes early, we were divided among the...More

Thank TravelingfromPace
Reviewed 1 week ago
Monuments by Moonlight Electric Cart Tour 5/24/18

This was by far the BEST tour I have taken anywhere!!! Guergana was AMAZING and by far the best tour guide I've ever had!!! Her energy and enthusiasm made this tour and my first trip to DC very special. Out of all the things to...More

Thank brenthill66
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Fun for all ages

Touring the monuments by night is the way to go. Going by electric cart is definitely the way to do it! Small group, cart with open sides, zooming down the streets while onlookers ask, “Where do I get one of those?” Great way to see...More

Thank EmilyRK
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vijay a
31 May 2018|
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Response from Miller C | Property representative |
There is street parking on 12th St close to the pick up point which is generally free after 6:30pm.
12 May 2018|
Response from Paul C | Reviewed this property |
The tour usually proceeds despite the weather. While it may be nice to stay inside the cart I doubt you would enjoy not being able to get better pictures.
Doris R
7 May 2018|
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Response from Terri C | Reviewed this property |
It does stop at most monuments, or at least slows down and pauses for pictures. At some sites you stop for 10 or 15 minutes.