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Booth Escape Tour

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    DC Military Tours

  • Locations

    Washington, DC (District of Columbia), United States

  • Activities

    Heritage-History Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $165 USD per person
  • Duration

    8 hours

  • Avg Distance

    65 miles

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    By appointment

  • Starting Location

    Ford's Theatre

  • Price Includes

    Lunch, transportation, guide, pick up and drop off at your lodging point.


  • Begin at Ford's Theatre, site of President Lincoln's assassination.
  • Proceed onto Surratt's Tavern, where Booth and Herold picked up their "shooting irons".
  • Next proceed to Dr. Mudd's home where the Doctor set Booth's broken leg.
  • Next, on into Southern Maryland to several of Booth's hideouts.
  • As time alllows, proceed to Virginia's Northern Neck for the end of Booth's road.


Trip Info

Follow John Wilkes Booth on his flight from Washington, DC through Southern Maryland and pursuing federal manhunt.

Your adventure awaits!

DC Military Tours

DC Military Tours is the only veteran owned and operated tour guide company in Washington,DC. All guides are veterans who are trained Military Historians. Unlike other companies, DC Military Tours offers private tours of military sites in and around Washington, DC. This is not a tour bus! Private groups allow the customers time and space to enjoy each of the sites on their selected tour. Many of the sites that we offer for visits are not available with other tour companies. We deliver a positive experience through our in-depth knowledge, established relationships, and ability to access military installations and sites of interest in a timely manner.

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