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Since 2001, Washington DC's Original Historical Character Walking Tours

photo of Natalie Zanin in Civil War Tour in Washington DCNational Air and Space Museum photo of Natalie Zanin and June Schmitz at NASM eventGhost Tours in DC

 

Welcome to Historical time travel! Our Civil War Tour runs from March to November, our Ghost Tour runs every Friday/Saturday in October. Our Dickens Tour is on the third weekend of December (20th and 21st).

Private Tours can be scheduled year-round for any size group. Group discounts are available on public tours. Tours are well-researched and historically accurate. Tours are accessible, your guide is licensed and knowledgeable and the walks are 90 minutes. Tours go on rain or shine but not in thunderstorms.Tickets can be purchased from your guide or online. Military id (retired or active) is half price and with military id, your spouse is half price also. And on every public tour, a portion of proceeds is donated to charity.

 

 

 The Dickens Tour Returns for a 14th Year!

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Military Discounts!

 

Military Id is half price for Military ID holders and their spouses

Military kids under 16 are free with adult ticket

(Military teens get in for student price)

Photos courtesy of National Air and Space Museum

Photos of Natalie as "Ruth Law"

at a recent Smithsonian appearance

 

 

Historic Characters are available to add a touch of

History to your event or party

 

 

Metro Information for Travelers to Washington

 

see the Ghost Tour page for more details and ticket info

A few comments from our tour guests:
I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed the Civil War walking tour...  It was like watching a play with the added benefit of being able to interact with the performers… It was not just entertaining, it was educational as well.  The acting was great--thoroughly enjoyable!
Thanks. S. Schultz

I greatly enjoyed your group's performance.  We had such a good time and simply could not help ourselves interacting. I was very impressed with the amount of educational information you were able to amass and present in an entirely entertaining venue… (The time) went by very quickly and left me wanting more.
Regards, TR Brown

You and your tales of DC were a hit with myself and family.  "Thank you."  As we ventured through the city for several days after… my family would bring up factors they remembered from our tour with you.
M. HENNEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

White House Tours:

are Closed Currently

You Can learn some White House History

on Ghost Story Tour

National Park Service Blossom Cam Site

 

The Civil War in America at L.O.C.

The Smithsonian Institution Presents: The Civil War 1861 to 1865

The Historical Society of Washington:Window to Washington

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Getting around DC

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