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    City Scavenger Hunt

    Searching high and low for something fun to do in Washington D.C.? Scavenge no more -- and then, scavenge a whole lot more, during this immersive city hunt! Assemble your team of sleuths, and kick things off at the Smithsonian Castle deep within the National Mall. For the next three-plus hours, you'll use abstract clues to arrive at various points of interest. Highlights include monuments, museums, and architecture. In the process, you'll get a dose of local history and culture. You'll also receive points for each correct answer, which will be tallied up at the events end to determine the winner! They might as well just crown you now, right?
    City Scavenger Hunt

    1000 Jefferson Dr SW, Washington

    • Get to know Washington D.C. during a thrilling scavenger hunt
    • Form teams and answer questions correctly to score points
    • Visit iconic monuments, museums, and other sites
    • Learn a bit of history and enjoy some friendly competition
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    Wine-Tasting Tour by Pedicab

    This unique tour by pedicab lets you taste Washington DC's finest wines, Champagne or liquors while seeing some of the city's most famous historic and cultural attractions. Sip a variety of top-notch, international wines or liquors at Central Wines, a classy wine, beer and spirits shop in the lively Penn Quarter District, and sit back and enjoy the ride as your guide takes you past sights like Ford Theatre, the Friendship Arch and the National Portrait Gallery, and through Chinatown, the Federal Triangle and more. Enjoy your tastings at the venue first or take them on the go while cruising through the city! Depending on the day, you may try wines from Spain and Argentina -- three whites and three reds -- or sample the specially selected liquors of the day. After about 15 minutes at Central Liquors, hop aboard a pedicab and let your guide take you on a 40-minute tour of Washington DC. Sit back, relax and enjoy unobstructed views of DC as you journey effortlessly through the city streets. Delve into the history of Abraham Lincoln's infamous assassination as you pass the Old Mary Surrat House, where conspirators stayed during the planning of his murder. See Ford Theatre, where Lincoln was shot, and the Peterson House where he died. Then pass through the alley that John Wilkes Booth escaped through on horseback. You'll also see the National Portrait Gallery, a historic art museum that's part of the Smithsonian Institution. Other cultural attractions include the International Spy Museum and the world-famous Madam Tussauds wax museum. At the end of your tour, your guide will drop you off at the metro station of your choice so you can continue exploring on your own.
    Wine-Tasting Tour by Pedicab

    Downtown, Washington DC

    • Taste Washington, D.C.'s finest wines on a convenient pedicab ride while seeing some of the city's most famous sites
    • Work your way through top-notch wines, champagnes, and liquors in the vibrant Penn Quarter District of Washington D.C.
    • Pass under the Friendship Arch, and see the Verizon Center, Chinatown, and the Federal Triangle
    • End the tour at the metro station of your choice so you can continue exploring on your own
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    Improv Class

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    Some are born funny and some, well, have to work at it. But that's the thing -- you don't have to be born funny to be funny; the art of humor can be learned! And improv can be a big help. Improv will teach you how to stimulate your imagination with theater games and exercises. Allow your creativity to run wild in this supportive environment. Learn techniques that help you express yourself using your own experiences, point of view, and knowledge. You'll improve your public speaking skills by gaining confidence to express your ideas in front of others. Get in touch with the artist within, develop acting skills, learn communication techniques, but most importantly, have fun!
    Improv Class

    9101 Old Georgetown Rd, Bethesda

    • Explore your creativity and learn techniques to express yourself with improv
    • Learn public speaking skills useful in real life situations
    • Cultivate your imagination in a supportive and welcoming environment
    • No experience necessary
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    Lincoln Beer Pedicab Tour

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    Visit the important locations in one of the most infamous murders in American history. Take a step back in time as you follow Booth's footsteps up to Ford's Theatre, then down the alley way in which he escaped. Other sites along the way include the church that Lincoln attended, the Building Museum, the Mary Suratt Boarding House, where Booth and his fellow conspirators met, and Madame Tussaud's, where you might just catch sight of the President's ghost. Be sure to pay your respects as you pass the Peterson House, Lincoln's final resting place. At the end of the tour you will get to sample beers from a local brewery where you can toast to Honest Abe's memory.
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    Lincoln Beer Pedicab Tour

    443 7th St NW, Washington

    • Trace the footsteps of John Wilkes Booth, President Lincoln's assassin on this pedicab tour
    • Pass by the site of Lincoln's Inaugural Ball, Ford's Theatre, Mary Suratt Boarding House, and Peterson House
    • Sample beer from a local brewery and mingle with other history buffs
    • Raise a glass to one of America's greatest presidents
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