You'll see Washington, D.C., in a whole new light with these three tours.

Washington, D.C., is a huge, extremely diverse city, and it's chock full of interesting information around just about every corner. Here are three tours that will help you see the city from a different perspective!

Tour: Fierce Women

WHEN: Sunday, July 1 | 1–2 p.m.
WHERE: National Museum of Women in the Arts
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On this unique, FREE tour, you'll be able to feast your eyes on pieces of art by (and of) trailblazing women throughout history! Over the course of this hour-long tour, you'll learn about women artists and activists who refused to be led around on a leash.

Fourth of July Fireworks Paddle Tour

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WHEN: Wed., July 4 | 7:30–9:30 p.m.
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You've probably never been on a tour quite like this one before! Your group will be using paddle boards to go up the Washington Channel where you'll stop and watch the July 4 fireworks display! How cool would it be to watch the fireworks from the water and avoid crowded areas at the same time!?

Investigation: Detective McDevitt

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WHEN: Various dates each month
WHERE: Starts at Ford's Theatre
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You'll feel like you've entered the pages of history on this walking tour! You'll follow your guide (playing 1800s Detective James McDevitt) as he investigates the sights and clues behind the Lincoln Assassination Conspiracy. Throughout these eight spots, you'll learn more about the Lincoln Assassination than you thought you ever could!

Are you planning to go on one of these tours? Been on one of them before? Tell us in the comments below!

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