• Monuments & Memorials
    Night Bike Tour

    "It's amazing seeing the monuments at twilight and into the night. The
    way they're lit up is simply beautiful. I definitely recommend this tour!"

    jamie, usa (Tripadvisor)

Monuments & Memorials Night Bike Tour

Monuments & Memorials Night Bike Tour

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  • United States History

Experience the Monuments & Memorials Night Bike Tour.

Our Monuments and Memorials Night Bike Tour is the best way to take in the Nation's Capital at its best. As the sun sets over the National Mall, we'll cruise through major monuments and memorials that make the city so special at night. This tour provides you with the opportunity to bike through the National Mall, visiting the Jefferson Memorial, the Lincoln, the Franklin Roosevelt, the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial, the Martin Luther King Memorial and more as the illuminate for the night. Our Monuments and Memorials Night Bike Tour makes it possible to visit them all in just three hours.

  • Approximately 3 hours
  • Monument / Museum
  • Normal
  • Evening
    • Live Guide
    • Helmet
    • Bike
  • Adults USD $44.00
    Children (<12yo) USD $34.00
    Infants (<3yo) USD $0.00
  • All bike tours begin at our office, located at 502 23rd Street NW, Washington, DC 20037, near the intersection of 23rd and E Streets in Columbia Plaza.

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    • Live Guide
    • Helmet
    • Bike
  • Approximately 3 hours
  • Monument / Museum
  • Normal
  • Evening
  • Adults USD $44.00
    Children (<12yo) USD $34.00
    Infants (<3yo) USD $0.00
  • All bike tours begin at our office, located at 502 23rd Street NW, Washington, DC 20037, near the intersection of 23rd and E Streets in Columbia Plaza.

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    • All tours run rain or shine.
    • Live Guide
    • Helmet
    • Bike
  • Approximately 3 hours
  • Monument / Museum
  • Normal
  • Evening
  • Adults USD $44.00
    Children (<12yo) USD $34.00
    Infants (<3yo) USD $0.00
  • All bike tours begin at our office, located at 502 23rd Street NW, Washington, DC 20037, near the intersection of 23rd and E Streets in Columbia Plaza.

  • English
  • 32
    • All tours run rain or shine.

Tour Highlights

  • Lincoln Memorial
  • Jefferson Memorial
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
  • Also see the Vietnam Memorial, World War II Memorial, Korean Memorial, and more!

FAQ

  • Expand/Collapse Are reservations required?

    Reservations are not required for our D.C. bike tours but are highly recommended to guarantee that there will be space on the tour. If you have children in your group, if you are booking a large group (8 or more), or if you are looking to book a night tour, reservations are strongly recommended.

  • Expand/Collapse What is your cancellation policy?

    We offer 100% refunds on all tours if the reservation is cancelled more than 72 hours (3 days) before the scheduled tour. We do not offer refunds for any reason once we are within 72 hours of the scheduled tour. 

  • Expand/Collapse Do we go inside the museum and monuments?

    Unfortunately, we cannot enter the museums due to time constraints on the Day and Night Bike Tour. Besides, there's always some people that want 10 minutes in the Smithsonians and others that want 3 hours. We do reserve time to walk around some memorials on tour (for example, the Lincoln Memorial, the Korean War Memorial and the Vietnam Memorial). Our bike tours are designed to enjoy the city from a broad perspective so that's what we're going to do!

  • Expand/Collapse Are tours cancelled in case of rain?

    No, our tours run rain or shine. We have ponchos available for anyone that needs them in our office. They are only $1 and we gladly will buy them back from you if you don't use them during your tour. We encourage all guests to take a look at the forecasted weather and plan how you dress accordingly.

  • Expand/Collapse How big will my group be?

    Our tours operate in groups of 16 people per tour guide.

  • Expand/Collapse Are bike tours appropriate for kids?

    Absolutely! We love hosting families and our tours make a great family-friendly activity. You can see all of our bike options, including kid's equipment by clicking here. Please note that no kids options would be available for the Electric Bike tours. 

  • Expand/Collapse Can I rent a bike without a guide?

    Yes! We are happy to provide hourly and daily bike rentals out of our office. Please see our Bike Rentals page for more information and how to reserve a bike.

  • Expand/Collapse Do your tours ride in the streets?

    For some parts, but most of our tour is on the National Mall or on large bike/pedestrian paths. We carefully designed tour routes with safety as the top priority. Whether on the street, bike lane, or pedestrian path, you always have a tour guide who is an expert and safely maneuvering your group around the city.

  • Expand/Collapse Do I have to wear a helmet?

    Yes. Your safety is top priority for us and studies have shown that helmets can reduce head injuries by at least 85%. Therefore, we do require all riders to wear helmets on our tours.

  • Expand/Collapse What is provided with the tour?

    Along with one of our phenomenal tour guides, every guest will recieve a bike, helmet, and a bottle of water. Additional waters are available for purchase in our office for $1 and we also have a water bottle filling station that is available to use for free.

  • Expand/Collapse Whats the difference between the Day Bike and Night Bike Tours?

    The difference is day and night! Our day time bike tour will take you to the White House, U.S. Capitol Building, the National Mall, Lincoln Memorial and everything in between. Our night bike tour will go to the Lincoln, Korean, and Vietnam Memorials then around the Tidal Basin to check out the Martin Luther King, Franklin Roosevelt, and Jefferson Memorials. The night bike tour is a perfect mix of biking around our beautiful city and walking around the memorials, where the day bike is scheduled to maximize the number of sites visited while still keeping a leisurely pace.

    Note, the night bike tour will NOT visit the U.S. Capitol Building.

Monuments & Memorials Night Bike Tour Reviews