20th Anniversary Walkabout Part II

Come along on a two-part walking tour that travels across the District of Columbia, stopping at sites that have been featured on Washington Walks tours for the past two decades.  How have these places changed in the past twenty years and how are those changes emblematic of the often dramatic transformation that has occurred in Washington, D.C. since 1999?  Which spots continue to define what is cherished about living in D.C. and remain unaltered since first encountered twenty years ago?  The Walkabout will be led by Washington Walks founder Carolyn Crouch and guides BreeCherylDavidMary AnneMegPaulPhoebe, Polly, and Victoria.  It’s guaranteed to be a day filled with remembrances, reflection, and the kind of unbridled enthusiasm for our nation’s capital hometown that only a walking tour can inspire.


Saturday, September 28, 2019

PART I (click here to reserve)

10:00 a.m. to 12 noon

Meet at Georgetown’s C&O Canal Lock 3 by the statue of Justice William O. Douglas

Washington Walks will provide suggestions for lunchtime dining at locally-owned and loved spots in the Dupont Circle neighborhood, ending point of Part I.



1:30 to 3:30 p.m.

Meet at Logan Circle by the statue of Maj. General John A. Logan

Participants are invited to join Washington Walks guides at Bullfeathers on Capitol Hill for celebratory drinks and snacks at the conclusion of Part II.  (Cost of food and drink not included in walk fee.)


$30 per person per part.

Reservations required.  Limited to 30 participants per part. Each part must be booked separately.


Proceeds from the Washington Walks 20th Anniversary Walkabout will be donated to Cultural Tourism DC and the Historical Society of Washington, D.C., two D.C.-based non-profits that have been integral to the company’s success. 


Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 1:30 p.m.

(Part I, which must be booked separately, starts at 10:00 a.m.)

Approximately 2 hours
Reservations required.

$30 per person per part. Reservations required. Each part must be booked separately.

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Walk departs from Logan Circle by the statue of Maj. General John A. Logan.
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