Dupont Circle & Logan Circle walking tour

$57.50 $57.50

Looking for things to do in Washington DC? Our 3-hour self-guided walking tour and scavenger hunt take you from the White House to Dupont Circle and Logan Circle while also seeing several embassies, churches, and parks.

Also, you will have to solve challenges at every step to discover your next destination. At each stop, you will learn some history as well as interesting facts.

The Washington DC Dupont Circle and Logan Circle Tourist Scavenger Hunt is a 3.9 km / 2.4 mi self-guided walking tour with challenges along the way. It should take you 3 hours to complete.

  • A fun learning experience
  • See the sights! 36 locations
  • Learn some local history
  • Challenge your knowledge: 29 varied challenges
  • Fun for all ages, kids included
  • Walk at your own pace: 3.9 km / 2.4 mi
  • Wheelchair and stroller accessible throughout
  • Pet-friendly throughout
  • Start whenever you are ready, from your smartphone – no fixed schedule
  • Take as little, or as much time as you wish to complete your hunt

Buy 1 scavenger hunt for your party of 1 to 6 people.


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The Washington DC Dupont Circle and Logan Circle Tourist Scavenger Hunt is a 3.9 km / 2.4 mi self-guided walking tour with challenges along the way. It should take you 3 hours to complete.

Click here for the Washington DC Dupont Circle and Logan Circle Tourist Scavenger Hunt’s complete tour details, specifications, requirements, and city history.

What you’ll see:

  • The White House
  • National Geographic Museum
  • Lafayette Square
  • Logan Circle
  • Dupont Circle
  • Farragut Square
  • Scott Circle
  • Several embassies
  • Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle
  • Franklin Square
  • And much more!

This scavenger hunt has a difficulty level of MODERATE.

Your group’s size should be between 2 and 6 persons. In fact, children are welcome and will enjoy most of the challenges.

After purchase, to begin your Washington DC Dupont Circle & Logan Circle scavenger hunt, direct yourself to Lafayette Square, Washington, DC 20500, USA. This is the start location.

Once there, stand outside and log in to this website and begin your hunt.

Alternatively, you can access “My Account” and follow the instructions there.

Never hesitate to contact us if you experience any difficulties.

Ancient History

Various Algonquin tribes inhabited the Potomac Valley when the Europeans first arrived.

The Residence Act of 1790 created the Capital District along the Potomac River. The states of Maryland and Virginia donated lands, including the village of Georgetown, as well as Alexandria. Consequently, these created the District of Columbia. Indeed, this district is under federal jurisdiction exclusively. The city of Washington was then founded in 1791.

Several important buildings were burned down during the War of 1812.

In 1846, the District of Columbia returned the city of Alexandria to Virginia.

The Civil War of 1861 provoked a major expansion of federal organizations and therefore the population increased, especially with freed slaves from the south. Then, the population in 1870 had grown to 132,000.

Recent History

The Second World War (1939-45) also contributed to an increase in the size of the city, which in 1950 was over 800,000.

Washington eventually became the rallying point for public protests for civil rights, anti-war movements, and other popular causes.

Finally, as of 2018, Washington’s population is just over 700,000.

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Additional information

Start location

in in Lafayette Square, Washington, DC 20500, USA

End location

This tour ends 2 blocks east of the Lafayette Square, the start location.

Sights seen

36 sites seen: important buildings, monuments, plazas & attractions


2 to 3 hours at normal walking pace


29 varied challenges – all answers are available in front of your on-site, outdoors.


Fully charged smartphone with internect access (data plan with LTE, 4G or 3G)


3.9 km / 2.4 mi


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