Instead of going on foot, why not enjoy your tour of Washington's most famous locations, monuments and landmarks by visiting them on a Segway? This three hour tour allows you to rent a Segway and comfortably ride to some of the capital's most historic and significant monuments and buildings with a guide that will provide you with valuable historical information about each one. From your meetup point, you will head to the most famous of them all: the White House, which is the residence of the US President and the First Lady. Then you will head to the home of the US Congress and the US Senate, the Capitol Building, where the legislative branch of the government operates. Then you will head to the Castle, or the Smithsonian Institution Building, arguably the most famous history museum in the country. You will roll on to the Lincoln Memorial Hall which venerates former US President Abraham Lincoln and his contributions to US history before heading to Pennsylvania Avenue. This avenue connects the White House and the Capitol, making it “America's Main Street”. You will then see the National Gallery of Art, where some of the most valuable works of art in America can be found. At the Vietnam War Memorial, your next stop, you will learn about the history of the war and how the memorial honors the brave men and women who died in combat. Similarly, the World War II Monument and the Korean War memorial also venerates the lost servicemen and women on their respective wars, and your guide will give you a background of these wars. You will then visit the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, also known as the “Old Executive Office Building”, just west of the White House and was considered the world's largest office building when it was first built. Your last stop is at the National Mall, stretching between the Capitol and the Lincoln Memorial, where crowds would gather on major events, protests, and the Presidential Inauguration. This tour ultimately is one of the most unique and enjoyable ways to tour the capital's finest stops and attractions.