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Lincoln Assassination Walking Tour NW Washington DC

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Lincoln Assassination Walking Tour
Andrew Jackson Statue in Lafayette Square
(North front of the White House)
NW Washington DC
DC
20005
Tel: 202.427.3868

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It was a night that changed the history of a nation forever. Journey back in time with your guide to learn about the three-pronged attack designed to decapitate the U.S. Government. Come along on this family friendly tour to meet the characters, walk the streets, and see the buildings where this great drama played out.
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    Dan King gave a great tour with details about the DC Monument and Memorials that will stick with me for a long time. He was fantastic because of his knowledge and enthusiasm.
    We had gathered some friends to visit from PA, Ohio and Indiana. They are history buffs and just loved the adventure.
    Thanks Dan.
    Donna W.

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    We went on two tours in D.C: the free tour about the mall and the one in the evening with the bus. Both were great! I think the guide was called Matilda. She was really interesting and answered our questions. It was very interesting and not complicated to understand! She also gave us time to take pictures and was very nice. We loved the tours. We came to the WWII memorial and there was the parade so we couldn't park the bus, so she changed a little bit theplans and we came back later to the memorial. It was great!
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    I took 3 different tours with dc by foot while visiting. The national mall tour, the Arlington Cemetery tour, and the ghost of Georgetown tour. While I did have 3 tours I only had two different guides. Both where extremely great. (Dave and Canden) Both guides where very knowledgeable, outgoing, and entertaining. They don't just take you by a site and say this is such and such. They give you the history, interesting facts, and go above and beyond on the tour. These guides really know their facts and could probably even teach the biggest history buff...Read More

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    Went with a group of maybe 30 or or so on the National Mall tour in the evening and loved the experience. Our tour guide, Chris, (besides being quite personable and easy to hear) was VERY knowledgable about everything that he showed us. Our tour consisted of us stopping at the Washington Monument, WWII Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, and much more that I can't remember off the top of my head. I would recommend this tour to anyone interested in seeing much of the famous DC landmarks and learning cool, interesting facts about them. Definitely a must do...Read More

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    The Lincoln Assassination Tour was Excellent! I wasn't sure what to expect from a "name your own price tour" but I was pleasantly surprised. Chris was a great tour guide and a superb storyteller. I learned so much about things I didn't know behind the Assassination before. I would recommend and encourage anyone to see this tour - even if you're not a history buff - you're in for a fabulous 2 hours!

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by Sonia Cannella

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We went on two tours in D.C: the free tour about the mall and the one in the evening with the bus. Both were great! I think the guide was called Matilda. She was really interesting and answered our questions. It was very interesting and not complicated to understand! She also gave us time to take pictures and was very nice. We loved the tours. We came to the WWII memorial and there was the parade so we couldn't park the bus, so she changed a little bit theplans and we came back later to the memorial. It was great!
Thanks for giving us the opportunity to know more about Washington: we couldn't have afforded two tours otherwise as I'm a student. Thanks again and I will definitely look for tours in Paris as soon as I'll be back there!

by Tristan Arnett

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I took 3 different tours with dc by foot while visiting. The national mall tour, the Arlington Cemetery tour, and the ghost of Georgetown tour. While I did have 3 tours I only had two different guides. Both where extremely great. (Dave and Canden) Both guides where very knowledgeable, outgoing, and entertaining. They don't just take you by a site and say this is such and such. They give you the history, interesting facts, and go above and beyond on the tour. These guides really know their facts and could probably even teach the biggest history buff something they didn't know. Only down fall is we didn't see a ghost to send our tour guide running on the ghost of Georgetown tour. Thanks DC by foot.

by Callahan Johnson

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Went with a group of maybe 30 or or so on the National Mall tour in the evening and loved the experience. Our tour guide, Chris, (besides being quite personable and easy to hear) was VERY knowledgable about everything that he showed us. Our tour consisted of us stopping at the Washington Monument, WWII Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, and much more that I can't remember off the top of my head. I would recommend this tour to anyone interested in seeing much of the famous DC landmarks and learning cool, interesting facts about them. Definitely a must do at DC.

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