Historic Alleyways Walking Tour

September 20, 2023

The alleyways of DC served a distinct purpose as a city planning feature, but they also provided a hidden safe space where escaped enslaved people and the economically disadvantaged could […]

History of Jewish Washington Walking Tour

Join Ami Greener on a walking tour about notable Jewish contributions to DC history. This tour goes through the Judiciary Square and Gallery Place neighborhoods highlighting the stories of Jewish-American […]

The Harlem Renaissance in DC Walking Tour

July 18, 2023

Off the Mall Tours takes you on a winding journey through an era in which the U Street neighborhood of Washington, DC was giving rise to a vibrant jazz scene […]

Georgetown Walking Tour: Off the Beaten Path

March 22, 2023

Join certified tour guide and longtime Georgetown resident, Dwane Starlin to explore the hidden gems, secret spots, and delightful hideaways of Georgetown. This tour will take you away from the […]

History of Black Georgetown Walking Tour

August 9, 2022

Someone visiting Georgetown today may see it as another wealthy enclave in a continuously gentrifying Washington, DC. However, this charming area that boasts high-end shopping and gourmet restaurants has a […]

Madams of DC Walking Tour

May 17, 2022

Tour runs approximately 2 – 2.5 hours.Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for children. Washington, DC experienced an unprecedented rise in prostitution during and after the Civil War. Learn about […]

Harlem Renaissance in DC Walking Tour

Tour runs approximately 2.5 hours. Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for children. This tour will take you on a winding journey through an era in which the U Street […]

Echoes of Navy Yard – Memorial Weekend Walk

Happy Memorial Weekend! Join Off the Mall Tours for it’s latest walk: Echoes of the Navy Yard. The Navy Yard is DC’s oldest neighborhood, and was also one of the […]

Tapas with Teachers

September 17, 2021

Calling all teachers in the DMV area! Visit President Lincoln’s Cottage to learn about field trip opportunities and classroom resources from Tudor Place Historic House & Garden, Ford’s Theatre, President […]

Free Landmark Lecture: Oak Hill Cemetery

September 1, 2021

Oak Hill Cemetery, a 19th-century garden park cemetery founded by William W. Corcoran in 1849, rests on 22 acres of land in the Georgetown section of Washington, DC. Its grounds […]