For the safety of our guests, Concierge Tours will NOT be conducting tours during the month of January.  We look forward to showing you Washington, DC.  Book now!

Not Your Typical Tour

We’ve all been on tours where you got lost in the crowd of your own tour group. Have you ever wanted to stay at a location and really take in the sights but couldn’t because the tour had a schedule to meet? Those tours are the past! Here is what you can expect from your experience with Concierge Tours.

Your personal professional guide will take your group on the tour that you design. You will plan your visit with your guide so that you can see all of the sights you choose and perhaps see other locations along the way.

Your tour will start when your guide arrives at your hotel and then you will be on your way! There are no timetables, no rush and no frustrations. You will be in the hands of your knowledgable tour professional who will lead you through your day and provide historical insight and sometimes, little known facts, at all your selected locations. Your guide will even take pictures so you can be included with the rest of your group! At the end of your tour, your guide will return you to your hotel to enjoy the rest of your evening.

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We Make Memorable Tours

No matter the size of your family or group, your guide will make everyone, especially kids, feel comfortable.   Your guide will provide facts and stories that even guests who have been to Washington, DC in the past did not know.  We will also have fun and laughs along the way!

Whether you choose a Half or Full Day Tour we will create your custom itinerary, so leave the rest to us.  When your tour ends, we want you to feel that you have learned something new and gained a new friend or family member!  See what other guests have said in the Reviews Section (click here) and book your tour today.

Tours
The National Holocaust Museum
Visit this moving tribute to the men, women and children who lost their...
Archives of the United States
Imagine standing in front of the Declaration of Independence signed by 56 men...
Ford’s Theatre & Petersen House
Visit the theatre where on April 14, 1865 Abraham Lincoln was assassinated while...