Walking Tour of Monuments and Memorials is a 5.7 mile heavily trafficked point-to-point trail located near Washington, District of Columbia that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
A scenic walk from the White House, along the National Mall, around the Tidal Basin to the Capitol This is a great way to see all of the Monuments and Memorials of Washington DC, each unique and important in its own way. The walk starts at the White House and continues through the National Mall, along the Reflecting Pool, around the Tidal Basin, and eventually ends at the US Capitol Building and Supreme Court. This tour will take you through many significant eras in the history of the United States, including the Revolutionary War, Vietnam War, Korean War, World War II, past several memories to inspiring presidents such as Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Jefferson, and past all three branches of government. On top of that, it is a scenic walk and quite relaxing depending on the time of year and the weather. After completing this walk, you will have seen most of the tourist destinations in Washington DC (other than the museums that surround the National Mall).
It was a great walk. And the kids loved it ❤great views and food trucks everywhere close to White House and Lincoln memorial
Mixture of when I was a kid and when I was at my job's headquarters close to the Washington Monument.
Fall and winter, once the tourists are gone, the mall is a great place for dog walking.
great walk to look at all the monuments of DC!
Great way to see everything. If you love history and our country, these places are a must see!
Got to do it
great being able to see everything in DC
It was great to be in Washington DC, and to see all the monuments. Even got in some birding while we were walking.
crowded but memorable
This is an excellent walking tour path to take to see all the great monuments of DC, as well as the beautiful scenery around the Tidal Basin! It was safe and clean the entire path. We visited DC for a long weekend trip Sat-Mon. I would recommend visiting the museums on Saturday and the monuments on Sunday since they are generally open longer hours or don't require special entry like the museums do.
Great way to see the monuments and museums around the National Mall.