Pre-Revolutionary War Begininngs to Showcase Community
Come with me to glorious historical Georgetown and explore the rich history, unique culture, architectural detail of the beautiful homes and diverse people of glorious Georgetown.
We will visit Washington's last Pre-Revolutionary Colonial building on its original foundation.
There is a reason Mercedes Benz chose N Street in Georgetown for one of its commercials. We will take in this historical streets 19th and early 20th century homes and enjoy the stories behind each. We will walk the quaint streets of Georgetown to visit other "famous" homes, including some of the those inhabited by the community's most famous residents, John & Jackie Kennedy.
Another stop will include an 18th century cemetery where slaves were held on the Underground Railroad.
There is also a "surprise" site on this tour that I believe you will enjoy.
If interested, I can make reservations at a local historical restaurant for us to have lunch.
Our itinerary will include:
- Intro to Georgetown: Brief History & Architecture
- Old Stone House
- N Street Historical Homes
- Mt. Zion Cemetery
- Other Notable Homes, including Kennedy homes
- Surprise Site
- Martins Tavern - Option (Pending) Lunch Destination
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Four Seasons Hotel lobby at 2800 M Street NW (corner M & Pennsylvania Ave)
End location: The tour will end in Georgetown at a site convenient to public transportation/access to taxi cabs. I will make sure you are on your way to your next destination/hotel.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
This is a walking tour. Georgetown's sidewalks are uneven brick so please wear comfortable shoes.
My services as a professional, knowledgeable licensed local tour guide.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 USD - Cost is per-person for water & any snacks.
Lunch at a historical restaurant for your group and me if you choose to do this.
I am unable to provide transportation.
I do not do large group bus tours.
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Excellent tour, we learnt a lot about the Georgetown area. Thanks