We asked our awesome tour guides what their favorite Christmas on Wheels tour stops were. They were super enthusiastic with their responses because, well, they just love Christmas in D.C.!
Next up is Tour Guide Connor!
Q: How long have you been a guide at Bike and Roll?
A: I’ve been a tour guide with Bike and Roll since August 2018.
Q: What is your favorite stop on the Christmas tour and why?
A: The Willard! The tree in the lobby and the gingerbread sculpture always put me in the Christmas spirit, and the hot chocolate is the best I’ve ever had.
Q: Why do love being a tour guide here?
A: I meet people from all over the world and show them the amazing city I get to call home. Plus, riding Segways is really fun.
Pictures courtesy of Willard InterContinental DC Instagram
Pennsylvania Avenue gets all dressed up for Christmas and it’s truly a sight to be seen. That’s why it’s another one of our favorite Christmas on Wheels tour highlights.
Pennsylvania Avenue is a street that connects the White House and the Capitol Building and is referred to as “America’s Main Street”. You will find the Canadian Embassy, National Archives Building, Old Post Office Pavilion, and more.
During the Christmas season, Pennsylvania Avenue is festive and cheerful with outdoor markets and Christmas lights.
Don’t miss out on experiencing Washington, DC at its most magical. Book a Christmas on Wheels tour with us now!
Bike and Roll DC’s “Christmas on Wheels” Bicycle and Segway Tours begin December 5th and we can hardly wait!
One of our favorite stops on the tour is the Capitol Christmas tree. This year, the Capitol Christmas tree is a Noble fir from Willamette National Forest in Oregon.
The 75-foot-tall tree will be lit on December 5th at 5 p.m. by the speaker of the House and will be decorated with handmade ornaments from people who live in Oregon.
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year and our tour guides are looking forward to spending the holiday season with you! Make your reservations now for our Christmas on Wheels tour to experience the Capitol Christmas Tree and so much more.