Self-guided tour

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Taking a moment to reflect at the eternal flame in the Hall of Remembrance after a self-guided tour of the museum's exhibits.
Self-guided tour

A self-guided tour is a self-governing tour where one navigates a route oneself as opposed to an escorted tour where a tour guide directs the route, times, information, and places toured.[1] Many tourist attractions provide suggestions, maps, instructions, directions, and items to see or do during self-guided tours.

As with escorted tours, self-guided tours may be conducted on foot or by vehicle. Audio tours are frequently presented in a self-guided format using booklets, smart phones or standalone handheld devices, as are virtual tours.

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  1. ^ "self-guided adj." The New Oxford American Dictionary, second edition. Ed. Erin McKean, Oxford University Press 2005.

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