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August 21, 2022
Little Italy and NoLita Audio Map

This map shows the stops on our audio tour which you can purchase on the booking page. If you'd like to add this map to your Google Maps app so you can follow along using GPS, just click the square bracket in the upper right hand corner. Helpful hint: If you want to use Google […]

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June 16, 2022
Bruges Audio Map

This map shows the stops on our audio tour which you can purchase on the booking page. If you'd like to add this map to your Google Maps app so you can follow along using GPS, just click the square bracket in the upper right hand corner. Helpful hint: If you want to use Google […]

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June 9, 2022
Old Post Office | How to Get to the Top

This post is a guide to reaching the top of the the Old Post Office Clock Tower (the Waldorf Astoria Hotel), how to get here and what you will see.    How to Get Here Tickets Views Washington Monument Things To Do in DC Free DC Walking Tours  While the building has been renovated into […]

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June 4, 2022
What to Do in July in Washington DC

This post covers the top things to do in July in Washington, DC (updated for 2022), including nighttime activities, free things to do, and family-friendly options. Be sure to read our master post on things to do in DC for even more ideas. Top 10 Nighttime Activities Free Things to Do Family-Friendly How's the Weather […]

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May 24, 2022
How to Get US Capitol Building Tour Tickets

This post is about how to get tickets to tour the United States Capitol Building. We also include tips on how to get gallery passes to watch the Senate and the House of Representatives in action as well as tour highlights. Let's get started!  How to Reserve Tour Tickets Plan Your Visit Tour Highlights Senate […]

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May 16, 2022
Tour of Old Town Alexandria | Things to See and Do

Home to one of the oldest historic districts in America, Alexandria boasts a heavy dose of colonial charm. But, it's still a living, breathing, functioning city creating new chapters stacked atop its storied past. Bisecting Old Town from west to east is King Street, a thoroughfare bustling with restaurants and cafes, bars and bistros, stands […]

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May 14, 2022
Top Things to Do in DC on Fourth of July

Visiting DC for the Fourth of July? The nation's capital is in full Independence swing and there is plenty to do, from fireworks to parades, and we made a list of all there is to enjoy in DC on the Fourth of July. This post covers things to do in Washington DC on Fourth of […]

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May 8, 2022
The Kennedy Center | Self-Guided Tour & Visitors Guide

This post is about visiting the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC, including tours and performances. Directions Free Things to Do Performances Tours Other Things to Do in DC How to Get to the Kennedy Center There are a few ways you can reach the Kennedy Center, located at 2700 […]

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May 8, 2022
National Archives Museum DC Tickets, Tours + Exhibits

This post is about visiting the National Archives in Washington, DC, how to plan your visit, and what there is to see. It's more than just the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. Plan Your Visit How To Get Tickets Charters of Freedom Exhibits Things to Do in DC How to […]

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April 26, 2022
Where Are Those Morgans?

Welcome to Free Tours by Foot, offering dozens of daily, pay-what-you-wish New York walking tours, including food tours. You can book our tours by browsing our tour calendar below. We offer tours at no upfront costs. You determine what you think the tour was worth or what you could afford after the tour is over. […]

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March 24, 2022
Visiting the Capital One Arena Neighborhood

If you’re planning to catch a Washington Wizards basketball game or some Capitals hockey, or maybe even a stadium-filling concert, you’ll find the neighborhood around the Capital One Arena has plenty to offer.  Here’s some advice for visiting.  Getting there: Metro - The Gallery Place/Chinatown stop on the Yellow, Green, and Red lines is actually […]

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March 24, 2022
Renting a Scooter in D.C.

When you’re visiting Washington D.C., you may find yourself wanting to get around just a little bit faster.  A scooter is a great way to do just that.  When we’re talking about scooters, we mean dockless electric scooters that you ride while standing (not mobility scooters.)  You typically check them out on your phone, pay […]

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March 24, 2022
Visiting the Nationals Park Neighborhood

Nationals Park is located in SW DC and while there is a lot of history here, most of the neighborhood has been built up in recent years. The area of town that Nationals Park is located in is the Navy Yard, but this post is going to focus on the area just around the stadium […]

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March 24, 2022
Top Things to do for First Time Visitors

Been wondering what to check out on your first trip to Washington? We have compiled a quick list that should give you some guidance on planning your trip. Stop 1 - Photos at the Capitol, Supreme Court, and White House Washington D.C. is full of iconic buildings, but there are three especially impressive and beautiful […]

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March 24, 2022
White House Easter Egg Roll 2022

This post explains what the White House Easter Egg Roll is and how to get tickets (lottery).   Spring in Washington DC is one of the best times of the year to visit the nation's capital. With the cherry blossoms in bloom, warm weather finally here, it is a great time of year to get […]

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March 14, 2022
Best Places for Washington, DC Souvenirs

There are so many great places to find just the right souvenir to bring home from your visit to Washington D.C. Here are a few places to check out when you’re looking to shop. 1. General Gift Shops: Abe’s Gifts D.C., Washington Welcome Center, and White House Gifts are the three best options for general […]

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