Henry “Hank” Watson
Who wouldn’t want an ex-police officer taking care of their group!
Life-long resident of Washington DC, Hank retired from the Metropolitan Police Dept after 25 years. He also retired from the US Army after 28 years. Hank drove motor coaches as a licensed tour guide for Martz-Gray line for 15 years.
An avid history buff and a great story teller with a great sense of humor, Hank is an exceptional African-American tourist conductor throughout the Metropolitan area. He loves fishing and crossword puzzles, and is an avid fan of Washington Redskins.
Lauren S. Kahn
Get a perspective of the city from a retired lawyer!
Lauren is a retired attorney with degrees from the University of Connecticut (political science and US history) and Harvard Law School. She has lived in the Washington DC, area for over 40 years and loves sharing her city with visitors. She is licensed in Washington, DC, Baltimore and New York City.
When not guiding, Lauren enjoys reading, browsing the internet, and “home exchanging” all over the world whenever she can.
The perfect storyteller to describe our wonderful city to your group!
A communication consultant by profession, I love my other life as a DC tour guide. I’m creative and enjoy telling the stories behind this city’s monuments and memorials while have fun doing it. A great passion for showing visitors from around the world the hidden treasures of Washington DC.
Russ is certifiably friendly and brings a passion for outdoors to his job as guide and driver!
Russ is a Certified Guide by the Guild of Professional Tour Guides of Washington, DC. He is knowledgeable, friendly, and passionate about showing visitors of all ages the historic and cultural sites of the nation’s capital. Russ is also certified to lead Washington National Cathedral tours. He is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University (Real Estate and Urban Land Development) and George Mason University (Education-Curriculum and Instruction/History and Social Studies).
Russ worked as a real estate professional for many years. When not leading tours, Russ can be found reading or exploring. He loves to walk, hike, bike, kayak, backpack, and as an outings leader for Sierra Club, Rush shows young people and adults beautiful wild and scenic places in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States.
A tour guide extraordinaire, Ron knows our city and its many attractions!
A Certified Master Guide by the Guild of Professional Tour Guides of Washington, DC, Ron enjoys thrilling visitors to the Nation’s Capital with fascinating stories, historical background, and memorable information about the many attractions in the city. After a career in financial management in the Federal Government, he started tour guiding in 2001, to entertain and delight groups of all backgrounds and ages. He enjoys sharing insights and interacting with everyone. He challenges visitors to understand and appreciate the many dimensions of the most important city in the world.
Doris Sara Schuman
Here’s an educator you wish you had as a kid! She’ll liven up any tour!
Doris has been a licensed tour guide for 20 years. Before becoming a tour guide, Doris was an educator in American history and government. She is a native Washingtonian versed in historical and modern-day Washington DC “behind the scenes” information – both the famous and the infamous. Doris is fluent in humor, provides lively conversation and knowledgeable commentary. She can respond to a variety of clients and can create a flexible itinerary to meet their interests and needs. Doris has been designated as a Certified Master Guide by the Guild of Professional Guides of Washington, D.C.
Your all-around professional guide with special knowledge about the National Air & Space Museum
Craig Steinberg has lived in DC for over a dozen years, and is passionate about sharing his love of all the DC sites with visitors who come to our Nation’s Capital. Craig is a Licensed DC Tour Guide, a member of the Guild of Professional Tour Guides of Washington, DC, and a Docent at the National Air and Space Museum on the Mall. Craig can take you around the Monuments and Memorials, walk you through Arlington National Cemetery, or bring you “from Kitty Hawk to the Moon in about 2 hours.”