Happy Birthday John Kennedy!
John F. Kennedy's 100th birthday is May 29, 2017.
Step into 1946 Georgetown as we walk the beautiful streets where John F. Kennedy lived when he served in the House and the Senate. We'll see the home where Jack initially proposed to Jackie Bouvier. One highlight of the tour is a visit to the park where Jack and his brother Bobby played touch football. We'll talk about Jack's career in the House, Senate and his rise to the presidency.
As we stroll through Georgetown, we'll discover the changes it went through because of the arrival of the Kennedy's. We'll visit the homes they lived in, learn about the Kennedy's friends in the neighborhood and talk about the neighbor's recollections of the family. We'll visit the last church that Jack attended before being assassinated. The walking tour will end with a stop at an unexpected Georgetown landmark.
Depending on the day and time of the tour, you'll have the option of having a meal in the historic restaurant where Jackie accepted Jack's marriage proposal.
JFK first came to Georgetown in 1941. He and Jackie spent their time here between 1946-1964. We'll visit 3 houses he lived in alone, 2 they lived in together and one she lived in after his assassination.
We'll also visit the home where they first met, their church, the park where he & Bobby played touch football , and his favorite restaurant, which includes the famous Proposal Booth.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Four Seasons Hotel lobby at 2800 M Street NW (corner M & Pennsylvania Ave)
End location: End location: The tour will end at a place convenient to public transportation and to other options for exploring in Georgetown.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Those who wish to dine at Martins Tavern should plan on an additional 1.5 hours.
This is a walking tour.
My services as a professional, knowledgeable licensed local tour guide.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 USD - (Per person) Any snacks or water during our tour.
Lunch or dinner at the historic Kennedy favorite, Martins Tavern, depending on the time and day of the tour. I will provide information about lunch or dinner once you book your tour.
Please wear your MOST COMFORTABLE WALKING SHOES for Georgetown's uneven sidewalks and bring an umbrella in case of rain. Please also bring a bottle of water.
I am unable to provide transportation.
I do not do large group bus tours.
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This was a wonderful tour and beyond what we were hoping for. Susan was prompt, friendly, incredibly knowledable, and made the entire time go by so quickly. We couldn't have asked for a better experience during our trip to DC. We plan to contact her again the next time we are in town!