Some of the highlights of the tour include:
Your guide for the afternoon is Brian Kraft, historian for the "Cultural Convergence: Columbia Heights Trail" developed by Cultural Tourism DC. Brian also penned the Columbia Heights chapter in the classic tome "Washington at Home."
- The exterior of the restored Tivoli Theater
- Early 20th-century row houses developed by Harry Wardman
- The Wonderland bar
- A panoramic view of Washington DC from the 13th Street "heights"
Reservations are required and tickets cost $20. More information online from Washington Walks.
Photo of Columbia Heights Heritage Trail opening by Command Z.