Washington DC Self-Guided Walking Tour - Mobile and Print with Map

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Guide Name:
Washington DC Self Guided Walking Tour
Points of Interest: 168
Formats Included:
Print, Smartphone, Tablet (Mobile Ready)

Preview: East Mall and Museums

Washington, D.C. is more than just the capital of the United States. It is a living museum and the repository of our nation’s history. The federal city is one of the most visited metropolitan areas in the world. Sightseeing tours on foot are an ideal way to explore the city and learn about its history and diverse neighborhoods. There are numerous museums, monuments, historic buildings and landmarks dispersed throughout the city. A walking tour enables you to create an excursion that appeals to your interests. You can experience the unique sights and sounds of “The Capital of the World” at your own pace.

This vibrant, cosmopolitan city has stunning architecture from various periods. There are memorials to leaders and fallen heroes as well as museums that share the stories of the famous and infamous. You can experience remarkable views of the city skyline, scenic landscapes, urban parks and the Potomac River waterfront. The Brookings Institution, included in one of our guides, has named Washington one of the country’s most pedestrian friendly cities. Our walking guides provide tips, maps and itineraries to help you chart your own path through the myriad of available options. You will find intriguing city walking guides on the historic destinations that enable you to gain a unique perspective of the District of Columbia.

City Walking Guides provide information and anecdotes about famous and lesser-known sites within Washington DC. These printable guides take you from the National Mall through historic neighborhoods, such as Dupont Circle and Georgetown, across the Potomac River to Arlington National Cemetery and Old Town Alexandria. 

No matter where you go in Washington, there is a City Walking Guide that will enlighten and entertain you. Simply download and print your Washington DC walking guide presented by City Walking Guide! 

Are you planning to visit Washington DC? Let City Walking Guide show you the way and at your own pace! Our self-guided Washington DC walking tour tells you the history, stories, legend, lore and facts about the major, must see and lesser known points of interest. Our self-guided walking tour is the most affordable way to see Washington DC. Download and tour Washington DC today! Each self-guided Washington DC walking tour has a free corresponding map that shows you exactly where the point of interest is located. 

Price: $8.95

This Series Includes the Following Points of Interest:

  • Brief History of Georgetown

  • Smithsonian Castle

  • The White House

  • National World War II Memorial

  • Francis Scott Key Bridge

  • Dupont Circle Park

  • Memorial Drive

  • The Athenaeum

  • Women in Military Service to America

  • Arts and Industries Building

  • Torpedo Factory Art Center

  • White House Visitor Center

  • John Paul Jones Memorial

  • Georgetown Waterfront Park

  • Dupont Circle Fountain

  • Chesapeake and Ohio Canal

  • Patterson House

  • Boy Scout Memorial

  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

  • Carlyle House

  • Gen. Omar Bradley Grave

  • Japanese Cherry Blossom Trees

  • President William Howard Taft Grave

  • Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Shop

  • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Headquarters

  • City Tavern Club

  • National Air and Space Museum

  • Tidal Basin Boat House

  • Bulfinch Gatehouses

  • Wisconsin Avenue & M Street

  • Thurgood Marshall Grave

  • Clarence Moore House

  • Tidal Basin

  • Market Square

  • National Museum of the American Indian

  • Enid Haupt Fountains

  • Emily J. Wilkins House

  • Jefferson Memorial

  • Alexandria City Hall

  • Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. Grave

  • Second Division Memorial

  • Custom House and Post Office

  • US Botanic Garden

  • JFK Eternal Flame

  • US Capitol Building

  • The Old Stone House

  • The Ellipse

  • George Mason Memorial

  • L. Ron Hubbard House

  • Gadsby's Tavern

  • Alexandria Black History Museum

  • Robert F. Kennedy Grave

  • President Ulysses S. Grant Memorial

  • International Temple

  • Japanese Pagoda

  • National Christmas Tree

  • Mount Zion United Methodist Church

  • Mount Zion Cemetery

  • Strivers' Section Historic District