Tour-seum by Bike

TOUR: Choose from our Monuments or Capital Sites bike tour and explore Washington’s most iconic landmarks on two wheels!  We’ll cruise around the National Mall and Potomac Tidal Basin, experiencing quintessential DC in three relaxing hours.  You’ll get off your bike and get up close and personal with the most treasured landmarks of the capital city as your tour guide spins tales of history, architecture and local legends.

-SEUM: The fun continues indoors! Embrace your inner James Bond with admission into the International Spy Museum or celebrate the First Amendment with admission into the Newseum!

*When redirected to our reservation page, you will have the option to select your bike tour: Monuments or Capital Sites.  After selecting your date, time and # of riders, the next screen will allow you to choose your museum ticket type.*

Please note! The Newseum offers free youth entrance during the summer. Up to 4 Youth ages 7-18 enter free with one paying adult. Provide adult ticket at Newseum entrance for free youth entrance.

Tour Details

Time: 3 hours
Level: Easy
Adults: $57
Youth: $41 (age 7-11 @ Spy Museum, 7-18 @ Newseum)
Children: $30 (age 6 and under)
Package includes a reservation on a bike tour and discounted admission into your choice of museum. You will receive your museum tickets upon check-in for your bike tour.

Tour Times

Capital Sites Bike Tour: Daily at 10 AM
Monuments Bike Tour: Daily at 10 AM and 2:30 PM
Your museum ticket is good for admission for any day and time.

The International Spy Museum is the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on an all-but-invisible profession that has shaped history and continues to have a significant impact on world events.

The Newseum is an interactive museum that promotes free expression and the five freedoms of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, while tracing the evolution of print and electronic communication from the earliest days of the United States to the technologies of the present and the future.