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    March for Freedom Tour (US Holocaust Museum)

    Surrounded by cherry trees, incredible monuments, and war memorials, the Tidal Basin is the perfect place to walk amongst icons of America's past. Over the course of just a few hours, witness the memorials of greats such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Thomas Jefferson while experiencing your own freedom march. As you enjoy breathtaking vantages of the Potomac River, learn about the fascinating stories and events that created the meaning of a free world. The one-of-a-kind March for Freedom tour aims to make your excursion engaging and exciting. Allow Bi-Partisan Tour Company to take you on a remarkable journey to the past.
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    March for Freedom Tour (US Holocaust Museum)

    1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW , Washington

    • Take a scenic walking tour around the Tidal Basin under D.C.'s legendary cherry trees
    • Visit some of the world's most famous and beautiful memorials such as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
    • Say goodbye to the stress of having to plan your own excursion
    • Allow a personable guide to show you the best of the American capital
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    Getting To Know Your Camera

    If you want to become a better photographer and create better photographs, the first step is getting to know your camera! This hands-on, three-hour workshop is intended to introduce you to the basic photographic principles that will allow you to understand how your camera works, including aperture, shutter speed, light sensitivity (ISO), lenses, focusing modes, metering modes and automatic vs. manual exposure setting. By the time the class is over you'll be familiar with basic camera operation (on your specific camera) and will have an understanding of photography basics. Most importantly, you'll finally understand what all "those buttons" do.
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    Getting To Know Your Camera

    920 U St NW, Washington

    • Understand your DSLR camera, or any other camera that has a manual exposure mode setting
    • Practice using the many functions under expert supervision
    • Learn to create better photographs and become a better photographer
    • Realize your creative potential and take full advantage of your camera's operating system
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    Gettysburg Battlefield Day Trip

    Gettysburg. Glorious field of battle, or heart-rending calamity? Here's a tour that covers all the right bullet points. Or, musket balls, in this case. Get the goods on the Civil War's bloodiest confrontation over the course of nine hours of educational explorations. Traipse alongside a knowledgeable Civil War guru, and enjoy startling fun facts, deep insights, and friendly repartee. Learn about the legends of the battlefield, the brilliant maneuvers, and the tactical mistakes. Review artifacts at the museum, and walk inside a dazzling cyclorama depicting Gettysburg's final three days. Stroll through fields of battle where thousands of soldiers fell for equality, home and country. Lose yourself in moments of meditation and remembrance. Don't forget to bring a camera. And a hanky.
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    Gettysburg Battlefield Day Trip

    436 11th St NW, Washington

    • Explore the Civil War's most famous battlefield with a knowledgeable host
    • Visit the Gettysburg museum, cyclorama, and its famous fronts
    • Enjoy insights into the battles and most prominent figures
    • Treat yourself to a moving, educational, and hassle-free Gettysburg experience
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    Political Room Escape

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    Break into a colleague's office, rummage through his personal effects, and steal whatever intelligence you can find ... Just like a real-life Washington DC politician! This interactive adventure puts you in the role of a political figure attempting to find a copy of an upcoming bill and information on who's behind it. Unfortunately, the document is craftily hidden, so you'll have to piece together clues from around the room to find it. Oh, and the door locked behind you, and you only have 45 minutes to get the job done and escape! You'll need to make full use of your critical thinking skills, and rely on the assistance of your team members, who are trapped in the room along with you. It's do or die. At least for your political career. Get it done, Nixon.
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    Political Room Escape

    720 I St SE, Washington

    • Immerse yourself in an interactive game in which you play a politician breaking into an office
    • Exercise your critical thinking skills to piece together abstract clues in order to solve the mystery
    • Work with a small team to better your odds of completing the task within the allotted time
    • Feel the rush of urgency as you race against the clock to win the game
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    DC National Gallery of Art Tour

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    Deconstruct your understanding of what an art tour ought to be. This romp through the National Gallery of Art will take all notions of sophistication, and distort them like a fragmented, non-rectilinear shape. You'll be introduced to some of the most famous pieces of gallery art in the world alongside a guide who is equal parts insight and whimsy. That means interaction, a lot of gossip, and a pace that doesn't give you time to rub your chin thoughtfully while pretending to be lost in thought. You'll play games along the way, acting out paintings, and maybe participating in a scavenger hunt. The tour is littered with facts and stories about the paintings and their artists, stripping away all of the pretension and getting to know them in a more human light. Finally, an art tour with some color.
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    DC National Gallery of Art Tour

    6th & Constitution Ave NW, Washington

    • Explore the National Gallery of Art on an unorthodox tour filled with humor and games
    • Get to know some of the most revered works of art and artists the world has ever known
    • Learn from a highly knowledgeable guide who will keep you laughing and moving at the same time
    • Expand your appreciation and understanding of art, while letting your eccentric side out to play
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    Photography Essentials

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    Wondering what all of "those" buttons on your camera do? You know, the ones that aren't "power" and "shutter"? You paid for 'em, might as well learn what they do! In this photography essentials workshop, you'll learn not only how your camera works, but also about shutter speed, white balance, aperture, and any other setting your camera has. You will also develop a better understanding of the necessary elements of composing good photos such as lighting and angles. As you become more familiar with your camera, follow your guide and expert photographer around the mall to snap photos of DC icons like the Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Martin Luther King Memorials. Perfect for shutter bugs and history buffs alike!
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    Photography Essentials

    National Mall, Washington

    • Become familiar with your camera's settings while exploring DC with this photography essentials class
    • Learn about the elements of a good photo, including composition, lighting, and angles
    • Figure out the functions of your camera's buttons and how to use them to take better photos
    • Snap great photos of various DC icons and its surrounding beautiful landscapes
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    Beginner Outdoor Portraiture (Annapolis)

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    The perfect outdoor shots of friends and family are amazing to have, but often hard to capture. Discover the skills to get the best shot every time with this all-levels class focused on outdoor portraitures. Using the picturesque setting of Meridian Hill Park in Washington D.C., your professional instructor will teach you valuable lessons such as how to control exposure with fill flash and reflectors, select a background, use shade to your advantage, pose people and use the sun as a main, and fill or accent light. You'll get in on the action as you practice these helpful techniques and let your creativity unfold.
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    Beginner Outdoor Portraiture (Annapolis)

    1661 Pennsylvania Ave NW, NW Washington

    • Explore the photographic beauty of Annapolis in the afternoon light
    • Learn techniques for photographing historical buildings from a professional instructor
    • Practice skills like using F-stops and shooting close-ups
    • Develop new skills as you explore a new destination
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    American Biography Tour

    Now join us for the pledge of allegiance. Please stand and put your hand over your art... You got that right! Your art! America's short history is vibrant and fascinating, and has served as the muse for many an artist. Come check out America's Biography on this incredible tour! Explore the National Portrait Gallery and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, while learning the history of the institutions and their respective art from an experienced art historian. You'll view the oldest federal collection of art in Washington D.C., which spans three centuries and many movements, and you'll see the works of Houdon, Peale, Stuart, Hopper, Wyeth, and others! It's time to paint the town -- oh wait, these artists already did!
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    American Biography Tour

    8th St NW & F St NW, Washington

    • Visit the National Portrait Gallery and the Smithsonian American Art Museum
    • Learn about American history, identity, and culture
    • Discuss aesthetics and trends in art while browsing through paintings that portray foundational historic moments
    • See paintings by Houdon, Peale, Gilbert Stuart, Hopper, Wyeth, and many more
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