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Context is a network of scholars and expert specialists who design and lead in-depth walking tours of Washington, D.C. Walks are capped at 6 people max, and thus have a very hands-on, seminar-like quality. Context has won numerous accolades in the...more
We had a 3-hour private political tour.
For the price, we were not too impressed.
The tour guide was really knowledgeable, but was not able to explain clearly his thoughts. This is a must for a great tour guide.
We are from Québec, so english...More
This 3-hour tour is worth your time and money. My husband and I went on it with a young woman, art historian. She walked us through the museum and told us everything you could possibly need to know about the art, the genres, the artists,...More
Another fabulous Context walk/tour. Really fantastic guide who gave us a wonderful tutorial on the buildings and institutions of the capital. We started at the Willard Hotel with all its old world charm and ended at the library of Congress having dropped into the National...More
My husband and I met our docent Jonne at the Willard Hotel for our 3 hour tour to see the original Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights at the National Archives and the amazing Library of Congress. Jonne gave us a tour of...More
We took a family tour of the Portrait museum and Art Gallery. Our guide was very knowledgeable and kind. Overall the tour was unstructured and slow paced and our guide was not really able to generate the level of enthusiasm that I had hoped for....More
I took a Government Works Tour with my two teenage sons. This was a great way to start off our week in this amazing historical city! We met our guide, Mary Jo, at the stunning Willard Hotel, which is a site to see in itself!...More
We booked a tour for up to 6, but we were the only takers on a Monday morning, so it became a delightful private tour. Our guide is a PhD in art history, which is not in usual for the National Gallery. Her knowledge, visual...More