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We may not be as old as the monuments, but with over 30 years and 8 million guests, we’re DC’s most experienced sightseeing company. Because of that, we know the quality of your tour doesn’t depend on the mere number of tour stops, so we’ve carefully crafted our tour route, selecting the right stops at the right places to maximize your time in the city. Top that off with the best tour guides and DC’s only 100% satisfaction guarantee and you’ve got the recipe for an unforgettable vacation. Ready to go? Then hop aboard Old Town Trolley, the attraction that takes you to the attractions!
Our convenient and continuous tour loop takes you to the BEST of DC. We hold all of our tours to the highest of standards, and we’re committed to providing you with the best sightseeing experience possible.
Our tour traverses the National Mall, museums and The Wharf. You’ll have a chance to explore museums, the National Monuments and Memorials (Lincoln, FDR, Washington, and Jefferson), as well as the United States Capitol, Supreme Court buildings and more.
Our red transfer shuttle will pick you up at the Lincoln Memorial (Stop #13) and drop you off at the cemetery. Please note that only the gold and platinum tickets include a tour of Arlington National Cemetery aboard our vehicles. You may explore on your own by foot. When you’re finished at Arlington, catch the shuttle again and we’ll take you back to the Lincoln Memorial so you can continue your tour of the city.
Tours begin daily at 9:00 am and run until our last re-boarding at 4:45 pm. Please note that Washington DC is a city of parades, festivals, motorcades and of course, traffic. These events may cause delays in the arrival of a trolley at your stop or result in having to take an alternate route.
Visiting with friends and family that don’t speak English? Our new exclusive foreign language app is here to help! Built with GPS tracking technology, you can now enjoy live narration in 7 different languages – Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese, and Japanese.
All visitors 16 years of age and older must present a valid state or government issued photo identification upon entering the cemetery. Visitors 16 and 17-years-old may present a school-issued identification for entry.
The safety and well-being of our guests and team members remain our highest priority.
While we want you to enjoy your tour, relax and have fun, it is our goal that you do this in a safe environment. We are glad you chose to tour with us and see Washington, DC.
Old Town Trolley Tours is taking enhanced safety and health measures for the benefit of our guests. Inherent risks to COVID-19 exist in any place where people are gathered. By using our services, you voluntarily assume all risks rising out of or resulting from exposure to COVID-19 or any other communicable illness.
Hop on and off at any of our 17 convenient stops.
Stop 1 Welcome Center
Stop 5 Union Station
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays only.
9am – 4:00pm.
Last re-boarding time: 4:00pm.
Last full tour departs Washington Welcome Center at 4:00pm.
Arlington National Cemetery is temporarily closed.
Arlington Cemetery Shuttle:
Begins at 9:30am from Arlington National Cemetery.
Picks up from stop 13 at 9:45am.
Last pickup at Lincoln Memorial is at 4:30pm.
Last pickup from Arlington National Cemetery is at 5pm.
2020 Closures and/or Delays:
January 18: Women’s March – Closed for day tours.
January 24: March for Life – Closed for day tours.
March 7: FITDC Her Story 5K – Closures and re-routes.
March 15: St. Patrick’s Day Parade & 5K & 10K race – Closures and re-routes.
March 21: URun4 Race – Tidal Basin – Closures and re-routes.
March 28: Rock & Roll Marathon – Tours begin at 12pm.
March 29: Scope It Out 5K Run – Closures and re-routes.
April 4: Cherry Blossom Parade – Closures and re-routes.
April 5: Cherry Blossom 10-Mile Run – Tours begin at 11am.
April 11: Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic – Closures and re-routes.
May 3: National Women’s Half Marathon & The Race for Hope: Tours begin at 12pm.
May 16: Bike DC: Tours begin at 11am.
May 17: Capitol Hill Classic 10K – Closures and re-routes.
May 24: Rolling Thunder – Closed for day tours.
May 25 – Memorial Day – Closures and re-routes.
May 31: Girls on the Run 5K and JFD One Walk – Closures and re-routes.
TBD: Fiesta Asia Street Fair – Closures and re-routes.
June 6: – Race for Respect – Closures and re-routes.
June 13: – Purple Stride 5K and Pride Parade – Closures and re-routes.
June 14: – Pride Concert & Festival – Closures and re-routes.
June 27-28: – Giant BBQ Battle – Closures and re-routes..
July 4: Closed for day and night tours.
TBD: Fast & Furious 5K – Closures and re-routes.
TBD: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure – Closures and re-routes.
TBD: Million Transgender March – Closures and re-routes.
October 11: Army 10-Miler – Closed for day tours.
October 17: Race for Every Child – Closures and re-routes.
October 25: Marine Corp Marathon – Closed for day tours.
TBD: BOO! 10K Run – Closures and re-routes.
TBD: Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Closures and re-routes.
TBD: Run for the Badge – Closures and re-routes.
TBD: Leukemia / Lymphoma Walk – Closures and re-routes.
TBD: Walk & 5K to End HIV – Closures and re-routes.
TBD: Autism Speaks Walk – Closures and re-routes.
TBD: The Taste of DC – Closures and re-routes.
November 1: Run for the Parks – Closures and re-routes.
November 8: Veterans Day 10K – Closures and re-routes.
TBD: National Race to End Women’s Cancer – Closures and re-routes.
November 26: Thanksgiving – Closed for day and night tours.
December 6: Jingle All the Way 5K & 10K Race – Closures and re-routes.
December 25: – Closed for day and night tours.