Tim's Walk of The Town: Free (Tips Appreciated)Walking Tours of DC
and Private Walking Tours
Since launching Walk of the Town in the Fall of 2010, I am honored and extremely grateful to be consistently ranked among the very top tours and activities in Washington DC by TripAdvisor. I am very appreciative of the responses from the many customers who took the time to offer their feedback on TripAdvisor.
For my scheduled free (tips appreciated) walking tours. These tours are intended for individuals, couples, and families as well as small groups of 7 or less.
Anyone with a group of 8 or more should contact me in advance to discuss the best options for your group. I do not lead these tours every day, so please check my schedule page.
Just show up at the designated starting place at the start time of the tour - rain or shine - I'll be there!
So reservations are not required, but I do appreciate and accept tips at the end of the tour.
Explore Washington DC, known as one of the most pedestrian-friendly cities in the country, the way it was meant to be seen... on foot! Our nation's capital is full of magnificent sites, memorials, monuments, and museums that are bursting with American history and secrets.
Let superb storyteller, history buff, schoolteacher, and licensed DC professional tour guide Tim Stewart lead you on an entertaining, informative, and interactive tour of his native city. "I am a one man tour company, so you can be 100% sure that I will be the guide leading your tour."
Your Guide: Tim Stewart
“I want everyone visiting this city to love it as much as I do; that's why giving tours of DC is my passion. My goal is to make you feel like you have a personal friend in DC that happens to be a tour guide. I am constantly aware of the fact that it will be many of my guests' one and only trip to Washington DC, and that it's my job to make your visit meaningful and memorable. I provide a no-hassle, stress-free, completely fun and interactive way to see and learn about what I believe to be the most beautiful and richly interesting city in the world."
Retired Teacher and High School Guidance Counselor, Tour Guide, and Lifelong DC Area Resident