Self Guided 4 Hours Walking Tour of Downtown Washington DC
Explore downtown D.C. at your own pace with our self-guided walking tour app. Discover shops, bars, and historic sites with expert insights.
Duration: 4 hours
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
  • Franklin Park - Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the picturesque Franklin Square. You’re in for a delightful experience! This charming park, with its tree and flower-lined pathways, was considered an urban oasis in the early 19th century. In 1832, President Andrew Jackson’s administration directed water from the square’s natural springs to the nearby White House.
  • Asbury United Methodist Church - Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the historic Asbury Church. Asbury United Methodist Church is the oldest black congregation in Washington, DC. It remains on its original site and was the leading black church in Washington, DC when it was established by the Foundry Methodist Episcopal Church in 1836.
  • New York Avenue Presbyterian Church - Welcome to the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church. Founded by Presbyterians in 1793 while the White House was still being built, this church was President Abraham Lincoln’s preferred place of worship during his time in office.
  • InterContinental the Willard Washington D.C., an IHG Hotel - Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the magnificent Willard Intercontinental Hotel. This location is rich with history and fascinating facts about Abraham Lincoln and more!
  • Freedom Plaza - Welcome to the beautiful Freedom Plaza, a favorite spot for skateboarders, unicyclists, and hosts of numerous concerts, events, and gatherings!
  • Ford’s Theatre - This is the site of the first of four presidential assassinations in American history, all of which took place in this small red brick building.
  • National Portrait Gallery - Welcome to the vibrant National Portrait Gallery, a museum featuring artworks that portray influential Americans throughout history. Here, you can discover many stories about Lincoln and others.
  • Capital One Arena - Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the impressive Capital One Arena. This vast complex, located in the Penn Quarter neighborhood, is just across the street from us.
  • The National Archives Museum - Welcome to the National Archives Museum, home to the Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, and Constitution.
What's Included
  • Free Navigation on your Smartphone
  • Pintours App Guide
Additional Information

Come visit the world of downtown D.C. Just a few blocks from the National Mall and all its federal monuments and memorials, downtown D.C. is a bustling, thriving world filled with shops, businesses, clubs, bars, sports arenas, and other major sites. Let’s take a trip through this exciting area!

Don’t worry about other people, this tour is completely tailored to you with the app!

This tour has been designed by the world-famous expert guide, Peter Smeallie

With our app, you can pause the tour, and check out the locations as long as you want! You can skip a stop you don’t like, and you have all the best information about each stop at your fingertips.

  • Duration is flexible, travelers can extend if their time per attraction if they want
Franklin Park
I Street Northwest
Please head to Franklin Square, the tour will start from this park.
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Select Date and Tickets
up to 15 guests
1 Adult
July 2024