Get a taste of DC's history while enjoying a drink in the Washington DC pub crawl—a walking tour with an expert guide to share with you the unknown tales of the capital's past over local beers. Learn how beer changed the fate of DC, from George Washington's adventures in the distillery to the era of Prohibition and even parties at the White House.
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The pub crawl starts at the meeting spot in Lafayette Square at the Andrew Jackson Statue on Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest and 16th Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20001. You’ll see your guide with a D.C. Crawling sign in front of the statue of Andrew Jackson riding a horse atop a pedestal.
The exact ending location of the pub crawl may vary, but it all ends within three (3) blocks of Lafayette Square (the meeting spot).
This DC bar crawl is approximately two (2) hours and 15 minutes.
No, all guests must be 21 or older and have a valid ID as proof.
Yes, please bring a valid photo ID showing that you are 21 or older and your passport if you are an international guest, as it is required by some bars.
The Happy Hour tickets include your choice of draft beer or cider at each bar—three (3) out of four (4) bars serve cider or seltzer. The Dry Run tickets, on the other hand, include only the tour and doesn’t include prepaid drinks. This option is better for those who prefer wine or liquor directly from the bars and more gluten-free options.
No, due to time constraints, ordering food while on the pub crawl is impossible. You can instead order food at the last bar of the pub crawl. It has a full menu and plenty of room for anyone to dine.
Yes, the pub crawl is wheelchair-accessible. Please make a note of any special requests in the comment section at time of booking.