3-Hour Washington DC Sunset Electric Bike Tour

1 Day

Book our 3-Hour Washington DC Sunset Electric Bike Tour to see the best of the city and have fun riding the bikes with your loved ones! On this small-group sightseeing trip, explore the major monuments and military memorials of Washington, DC by night.

Enjoy an educational and fascinating narrated history of our nation’s capital by boarding an open-air, electric vehicle. Travel around and through the many iconic memorials and monuments, with breathtaking vistas of the illuminated Washington Monument, the White House, and many other notable landmarks. This is a genuine one-of-a-kind view of Washington, DC‘s prominent landmarks at night.

3-Hour Washington DC Sunset Electric Bike Tour

Highlights

  • The White House
  • Washington Monument
  • Jefferson Memorial
  • FDR Memorial
  • MLK Memorial
  • WWII Memorial
  • Korean War Memorial
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • Lincoln Memorial

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Itinerary

There are walking tours and bus tours, but this one-of-a-kind eCruiser trip offers a completely different viewpoint on Washington, DC, and its many iconic landmark spots at night. Meet the guide and the remainder of the small group at the Smithsonian Metro Stop at the base of the Department of Agriculture Building, at 12th and Independence Ave. SW.

Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Electric Cart Tour

Then hop onboard an eCruiser vehicle, an open-air, environmentally-friendly electric cart that’s as stylish as it is functional. The Washington Monument will be illuminated for the evening, as will the Thomas Jefferson and Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorials, which will be illuminated by indirect lighting from the Tidal Basin; the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, which will feature cascading waterfalls and scenic sculptures; and the National World War I and World War II Memorials, which will feature a spectacular fountain display.

There’s also the Lincoln Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the White House, Capitol Hill, and the United States Capitol’s world-famous dome, as well as the US Supreme Court Building and the Library of Congress. Along the route, learn about the historical events and facts that have helped to make Washington, DC one of the most famous tourist attractions in the country.

Washington DC Tour Hub

Meet your guide outside and then hop into your electric cart, a comfortable and efficient way to get around the downtown area. Each electric cart has room for seven passengers plus a guide.

Tidal Basin

Move through the major monument areas, marveling at the dramatic effect of the floodlights on the stately architecture. Admire the Jefferson Memorial and Martin Luther King Memorial, bathed in indirect light from the Tidal Basin.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial

Take in the FDR Memorial with its cascading waterfalls and sculptures depicting President Roosevelt’s four terms.

Washington Monument

See the illuminated Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial. Then visit the WWI and WWII Memorials, the Korean War Veterans Memorial

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

And, finally, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

White House

Continue past Washington DC’s most famous address: the White House. Keep your camera ready to test out your night photography skills as you stop at the sites.

Capitol Hill

Continue on to Capitol Hill, where the Capitol Building will surprise you. Ask your guide for recommendations for the rest of your time in the city to end your tour on a high note. While touring the city in your eco-friendly, open-air electric cart, you can take in the fresh air and take in the sights.

Festivals, exhibits, demonstrations, and special events may be taking place in this vibrant city, which your guide will point out. Your tour will end when you return to the Smithsonian compound after a 2-hour excursion.

Top attractions in Washington, D.C.

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Washington, D.C. and United States travel guides

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Washington DC is served by these airports: Ronald Reagan National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport. Direct flights to Washington are offered by 42 airlines. Most flights are with United Airlines. Direct flights from Washington, United States are airlines: American Airlines, United Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Turkish Airlines and Southwest Airlines from New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Miami and Dallas.

Washington, DC and the US attractions and landmarks

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Last Updated on March 4, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com