D.C. Monuments Audio Tour and Trivia


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A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.

Duration3 hours
Guide LanguageEnglish
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Embark on a trivia tour combo through the most famous landmarks of America’s capital city! See the White House, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, and much more, all while discovering the rich history behind Washington, D.C. All of this at your own pace.
Each point of interest on the tour has a location-based trivia question.
As you walk the route, the app will prompt you with questions that encourage you to really pay attention to your surroundings for clue(s) or use your knowledge to find the answers. Answer correctly and this tour guide app will fill you in on surprising bits of history and tips for getting the most out of your trip.
After booking, you can check your email before downloading the Tour Guide App by Action, enter your unique password, and access your tour. The preceding steps require good internet/wifi access. Simply follow the audio instructions and the route from there.
No expiration — The tour comes with lifetime validity!


Your journey through this historic, important city begins at the White House Visitor Center, right by the White House itself. Prepare to take a stroll past the best monuments, museums, and landmarks in all of Washington, D.C.
Your first stop will be none other than the White House known around the world. Here, you'll not only get a good look at this incredible landmark, but also some little-known history about its construction
Continuing along your path, you'll pass through the lovely Constitution Gardens, one of D.C.'s many beautiful green spaces
The first memorial you'll reach is the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, a poignant, thoughtful work of art which stirred up quite a controversy when it was first unveiled
Up next is the iconic Lincoln Memorial, where you'll find an enormous statue of Lincoln overlooking his pavilion in front of a powerful inscription.
After that, you'll come to the Korean War Veterans Memorial, honoring those who fought and died during the Korean War. This unusual memorial blends thousands of photographs with surprising architecture, and you'll learn about all the symbolism behind it
Next, you'll arrive at the memorial to civil rights icon Martin Luther King, Jr. Here, you'll get a quick refresher on King himself and learn how one of his speeches inspired the design of this monument
You path brings you next to the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, dedicated, of course, to the president responsible for saving America from the Great Depression and implementing many of the social programs we take for granted today
It's impossible to miss the next memorial, an immense structure dedicated to one of America's founding fathers: Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson himself may be a controversial figure, but there's no denying that this memorial is awe-inspiring!
Next you'll arrive at the National Mall a picturesque stretch of greenway which is also home to many of Washington's most iconic sights
You'll pass the intricate and expansive World War II Memorial next, where you have the chance to pay your respects to the Americans who gave their lives in the fight against fascism and search for the two hidden "Kilroy was here" engravings
You'll then approach the Washington Monument, that iconic white obelisk reaching skyward. Did you know this was once the world's tallest structure? It was actually dethroned by none other than the Eiffel Tower!
Then it's on to the National Museum of African American History, honoring and detailing the many named and nameless African American heroes who built this country
After that, you'll arrive at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, the ultimate place to go for anything American history related
Then, stroll through the Sculpture Garden, a cozy little park full of strange, captivating works of art
Want to see the place where, as the saying goes, "the sausage gets made"? That's up next, at the House of Representatives, where congress meets to create and debate legislation
After that you'll arrive at the ultimate library: the Library of Congress. Home to over 32 million books along with tons of other pieces of media, this building contains some serious knowledge!
Next is the United States Capitol Building, that iconic domed structure you've seen on TV. Get an in-person look at this landmark and hear about how this branch of the government came into being
Finally, you'll arrive at the Supreme Court of the United States, where the ultimate authorities on Constitutional Law bring down their gavels. The tour concludes here


Easy to use: Stories play automatically by GPS. Hands-free. Get HELP all day: Call, Chat, or Email.
Don’t miss a thing: Full itinerary, travel tips, professionally narrated, videos, text, hidden gems.
Offline use: No cell signal or wifi required. Offline GPS Map & route. Stop-to-stop direction.
App on your phone: A link to download the Tour Guide App by Action and Password for your tours.
Flexible schedule: Use any day, any time. Travel over multiple days or on next trip. Never expires.


Transportation, parking fee, food/drinks
National Park/attraction Passes, entry tickets, or reservation

Additional Information

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • No expiration - the tour is available from the minute you book until forever!
  • After booking the tour, please make sure that you have downloaded the app and the tour in advance. For the best experience, we advise doing this while you have a strong internet connection.
  • This is not an entry ticket.
  • Devices supported include iPhones with iOS 13 & above, Android phones with version 9 & above and all cellular-enabled tablets & iPads.

Guide Languages

  • English

Cancellation Policy

  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than a day before the activity start time.

  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than a day before the activity start time.