FAQs

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What do I Like Best About Being a Tour Guide?

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I love meeting people. I have met people from all over the world. The one common denominator is every tourist that comes one my tour has is they expect to get great service, learn a lot and have fun. We do our very best they get everything they expect.

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What is Your Favorite Monument or Memorial?

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I like the FDR most for several reasons. I like the South Dakota Red granite the memorial is made of. The quotes are great and even are true even today.

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Where Do The Private Tours Normally Visit?

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I like to take people to the neighborhoods of Washington DC. The city is made up of 109 neighborhoods. Each neighborhood has a history and a unique story. Most people come to Washington and never go beyond the mall. There is a lot more more to see.

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Why DId I Become a Tour Guide?

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I love history, like people and live in a city full of history

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What Type of Groups do You Specialize in?

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Since our beginning we have worked extensively with educational school groups and groups which have an interest in learning more about Black History. However, over the past several years we have worked numerous times with family reunion groups, corporate groups, and military reunion groups.

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How Long has KB Tours been in Business

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KB Tours has been in business since 1999.

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Does KB Tour Off Private Tours?

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Yes! KB Tours offers private tours for groups who are visiting the Washington DC area. We also have years of experience doing tours in Baltimore, New York City, and Philadelphia. We are delighted to assist your group of any size with a customized tour and we can help arrange a private coach for your group too.

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What Types of Tours Does Your Company Offer?

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KB Tours offers a wide variety of tours and tour services. Our most-popular tour is the Washington DC Day Tour. It is approximately a half-day tour. Our African American History Tour is also very popular, especially for groups. Our Night Illumination Tour offers an exciting way to experience Washington DC from a completely different perspective.