Tour Washington, DC with our luxury limo services
Avoid the crowds and stuffy tour buses, because no one knows DC like Chariots. With a staff of in-house Washington DC tour guides and uniquely trained and certified drivers we can provide you and your guests with a personal expedition through our Nation’s Capital. With one of the nation’s largest fleets of luxury motor coaches, executive sedans, limos and shuttle buses, we can accommodate any group or occasion. Join us for a professionally guided experience of a city that never fails to delight and entertain, your DC Chariot awaits!
|Licensed Tour Guide||3 Hours||4 Hours||5 Hours||Addtl. Hours|
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(Rates are in addition to hourly vehicle prices)
Rates are good Sunday through Friday.
DC Tour pricing only valid when booking a Tour Guide. Overwise, please see Current Specials
|Sedans||3 Hours||4 Hours||5 Hours||Addtl. Hours|
|Lincoln Town Car||$350||$450||$540||$95|
|GMC Yukon Denali SUV||$385||$490||$585||$105|
|Limousines||3 Hours||4 Hours||5 Hours||Addtl. Hours|
|8 Passenger Lincoln White MKT||$500||$625||$725||$110|
|8 Passenger Lincoln Black MKT||$500||$625||$725||$110|
|Vans & Buses||3 Hours||4 Hours||5 Hours||Addtl. Hours|
|14 Passenger Van||$500||$600||$700||$100|
|24 Passenger Shuttle Bus||$575||$675||$775||$110|
|32 Passenger Shuttle Bus||$650||$750||$850||$125|
|35 Passenger Shuttle Bus||$700||$800||$930||$140|
|56 Passenger Motor Coach||$1,110||$1225||$1350||$175|
Premium DC Tour Packages
Prices good Sunday through Friday
For an additional fee
Guided DC Tours
Our expertly trained tour guides will accompany and enlighten you to the history and mysteries of Washington DC.
All Prices INCLUDE the 20% Added For Vehicle Service Fee
Gratuity is at our customer’s discretion.
NOTE: Chariots For Hire wants to ensure that passengers riding around Washington DC are transported safely and that patrons are aware of the District of Columbia’s laws regarding open containers of alcohol aboard any vehicle transporting people for compensation.
If you are renting a vehicle from Chariots for Hire, please read below regarding Open Container Laws in Washington DC:
According to The District of Columbia Municipal Regulations Title 25-1001 (a)(2) “No person in the District shall drink an alcoholic beverage or possess in an open container an alcoholic beverage in or upon any of the following places: (2) A vehicle in or upon any street, alley, park or parking area.” The Metropolitan Police Department’s Traffic Safety and Specialized Enforcement Branch will be conducting stops on all “Party Buses” and similar passenger carriers in an effort to educate each business and operator of the law regarding the possession of open containers of alcohol in vehicles traveling in the District of Columbia.
DC Tours FAQ
What will we see?
May we change the tour itinerary?
Depending on your interests and time frame, tour guides welcome your requests!
Can a tour be self-guided?
Absolutely, we have expert chauffeurs who will follow your direction and can take you anywhere you’d like to visit.
Tell me about your tour guides.
Tour Guides are trained and properly licensed to give tours in Washington DC. They will provide you with the historical background of each stop and share unique stories about our Nation’s Capitol all along the way.
Can we bring food?
While we offer an easy and delicious catered lunch upgrade, you are welcome to bring your own food. However, please keep in mind that $250 will be charged for excessive clean up. Click here to view our lunch menu.
Do we need tickets for any of the sites?
The National Mint, Spy Museum and Washington Monument do require tickets for entry. For an additional fee, one of our tour guides is more than happy to secure tickets for you and your guests.
Are there safety regulations for limo and shuttle buses?
Your safety and the comfort of all guests is our number one priority. Please be advised, standing and moving around while the bus is in motion is strictly prohibited.
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