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A week or two ago, I had the opportunity to take an Embassy Row tour and enjoyed it very much. Even though it rained a bit during the walk, that didn't daunt the spirit of the group and our guide, Meg, gave us a full...More
Even though Hamilton never even visited DC his impact on the USA cannot be overstated. Thanks to Andrew our guide, we learned how far reaching . Great afternoon finished at the Hamilton for the Hamilton cocktail !
Had a great in depth walking tour of the National Mall Monuments. Our guide was knowledgeable and informative. He took his time and answered all our questions. The time flew by. A great way to learn the history behind the monuments.
I thought I knew DC. Nope! A friend recommended these walking tours, so we decided to try one out. It was fun, engaging, and interesting. We walked past statues and buildings I had walked past before but hardly paid attention to. Our guide shared great...More
Laura for the “Hamilton in DC” tour was very nice and knowledgeable. She did a great job of interacting with everyone in the group. I think the tour was very well done to show things off considering Hamilton was never thereMore
It says a lot about how consequential Alexander Hamilton was to America that even a city like Washington--one that he never visited-- nonetheless resonates with his ideals and influence, not to mention those of his fellow Founders and family. Laura never fails to bring that...More
Loved it! Even though I’ve lived in DC for ages I learned so much. Tour Guide Mandy brought Hamilton and his peers alive. Sue B DCMore
Your reaction upon discovering that the Washington, D.C. legacy of Alexander Hamilton and his contemporaries is both alive and often deeply meaningful is the same as ours when we first recognized connections between "Hamilton" the musical and the history of the nation's capital. A walking...More