Capitours DC
Private Tours of Washington DC
Welcome to Washington DC
Washington is one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in the world. I love living here and sharing my enthusiasm and knowledge of this city. I take pride in providing a guided tour which is truly unique - "a cut above" - and focused on your particular areas of interest.

Themes of our tour can include:

  • The assassination of President Lincoln and the Civil War in Washington
  • Monuments, memorials and museums
  • Capitol Hill, the White House and Georgetown
  • The Revolution, War of 1812 and Civil War in the Washington area
  • Architecture, art and culture 
  • Houses of worship from the great cathedrals to small chapels
  • Historic mansions, estates and gardens 

Explore and enjoy DC with a third-generation Washingtonian.

And remember, it's not all on the Mall. 

Robert A. Goffredi
Capitours DC
DC Licensed Professional Tour Guide
Member, Guild of Professional Tour Guides of Washington DC
Washington National Cathedral Certified Guide

(503) 708-0620

"This was one of the highlights of our trip to DC and we learned so much! The retired attorney that took us on this tour was absolutely amazing! He shared his great love of history with us and we all felt his passion and excitement as he took us from place to place. Thumbs Up in a big way!" -- Sandra C, Viator

"Robert, This note is long overdue. But, that should not reflect how much we enjoyed your tour given to our grandsons. Your story telling drew us into the narrative in such a way that we became part of the history you so wonderfully described. Thank you so much for your time and expertise." -- Mickey M.

"Thank you, Rob!!  Washington DC was fantastic with your help & expertise!" -- Tracy

"Thank you for explaining the historical significance of everything." -- Ryan

"Thanks for the tour!!  I learned a lot and enjoyed your attitude!!" -- Nate

"Rob, Thank you so much.  You did an awesome job sharing your hometown with us."  -- Brad & Melissa

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Using rare books, theater programs, photographs, letters, books, manuscripts and more from several collections, Churchill's Shakespeare explores the many Shakespearean connections throughout Churchill's life.  At the Folger Shakespeare Library until Jan. 6, 2019.

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Alexander Hamilton: Soldier, Secretary, Icon explores the life of Alexander Hamilton through original mail sent and signed by him as the first secretary of the treasury and portraits of him on postage and revenue stamps. At the National Postal Museum until Mar. 3, 2019.

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No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man brings large-scale, participatory work to the Renwick Gallery. An outdoor extension of the exhibition will display sculptures from Burning Man throughout the neighborhood. Until Jan. 21, 2019.

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Fabergé Rediscovered, a special exhibition at Hillwood, unveils new discoveries relating to its own collection of Fabergé imperial Easter eggs and other famed works. Until Jan. 13, 2019.

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