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  • Duration: 4 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Washington, DC , Washington DC
  • Product code: RAINBOW

Engage and explore how Washington, DC has been a pivotal location for the struggle for equal rights, learn how people, places and events shaped an accepting environment leading to the Marriage Equality landmark Supreme Court decision.  Discover how the nation’s hearts and minds have changed though the decades long struggle for equality in our Nation’s Capital.

We enhance your experience with the benefit of a step on storyteller tour guide.  We use Earpiece technology that takes sightseeing to the next level, so it makes it more exclusive and private. We call this Independent Travel. 

Begin Tour outside the Decatur House the North West corner of Lafayette Park

-   Baron Von Steuben

White House

-    Eleanor Roosevelt and Lorena Hickok and Special Friendship with Amelia Earhart

-    Peter as First Gay president?

-    Modern Gay Rights Movement

-  Frank Kameny

-  Barbara Gittings

 Farragut Park and Army Navy Club

-    Talk about Sargent Leonard Matlovich

 Connecticut Avenue to the Mayflower Hotel

-    Tour inside and focus on J. Edgar Hoover

Human Right Campaign Headquarters Building

-    Talk about its mission for Equality for all the Queer Community

-    Current issues: Gays in Nursing Home; team suicide; transgender hate
crimes and HRC as a voice for this community and the need for love over hate.

Scott Circle General Winfield Scott’s horse

-    Our first transgender horse

-    17th Street

-    High Heal Race

Restaurants Annies and JRs - (Lunch stop)

Dupont Circle the cities most Cosmopolitan Park

-   Pride Parade

-   Walt Whitman and PD

Lambda Rising Gay Book Store

-    P Street featuring


Lincoln Memorial

-    Bayard Ruston behind the scenes of the March on Washington for Jobs
and Freedom

Washington Monument

-    All three major Gay Rights Marches

-    1988 Quilt

Supreme Court

-    Landmark Supreme Court ruling in favor of Gay Marriage June 26, 2015


-    Eastern Market Neighborhood

Capital Hill United Methodist Church

Optional - Congressional Cemetery wonderful place to introduce famous grave site who fought for gay the civil rights. 

Personalizing your tour couldn’t get any easier. Share with us the sites you want to visit, the destinations you want to go, the things you want to experience and the time you want to stay, you can easily make it come true by sharing it with us. Let us know what we can do for you by calling us at (571)969-9558 or please provide as many details as possible to give you an accurate estimate to our email Smile@DCNationTours.com

We’re looking forward to having you as our guest! Thank you.