The only tour in DC that departs directly from the National Mall!

  • Smithsonian Museums and Castle
  • Capitol Building
  • Washington Monument

  • World War II Memorial
  • White House
  • Lincoln Memorial

  • Korean War Memorial
  • Vietnam War Memorial
  • Additional sites based
    on time permitting


Smithsonian Experience by Segway

Ride beside history! Prepared in consultation with Smithsonian experts, this premiere Segway tour highlights the architecture, art, culture, and history of Washington, DC’s National Mall and many of Smithsonian’s famed museums. Hear the many stories behind DC’s landmarks and most famous national treasures on this three hour tour. Covering over 1,000 acres of the National Mall and Memorial Parks, this is DC’s only tour that departs directly from the Mall at the National Museum of American History. Must be at least 16 years old to participate. (Min. weight 100lbs, max 260lbs).

Time: 3 hours
Distance: 7 Miles
Level: Easy
Adults: $74
Kids: NA 

Departure (2014):
Every day from National
Museum of American History:
10:00am, 2:00pm & 6:00pm
Closed July 4 & November 27


Smithsonian Experience by Bike

Vetted by Smithsonian experts, our Smithsonian Experience by Bike tour covers the entirety of the National Mall, from the Capitol Building to the Lincoln Memorial (and the Tidal Basin in between!). Perfect for the whole family, this ride departs directly from the Mall at the National Museum of American History. Riders get acquainted with our nation’s capital in small, intimate groups. This comprehensive tour will show you the lay of the land, hitting all the major “highlights” along the way, including the Smithsonian Institution and our iconic monuments and memorials. A great choice for your first day in DC or if you have a limited time to see the sights.

Time: 2-3.5 hours
Distance: 5-8 Miles
Level: Easy
Adults: $30-45
Kids: $20-35

Departure (2014):
Fri-Sun from National
Museum of American History
2 hour experience: 10:30 am
3-3.5 hour experience: 1:30 pm

Departs from the Mall side entrance of the National Museum of American History