Join Watson Adventures on a mysterious scavenger hunt for adults!
Someone, or something, has been bumping off National Museum of American History staffers involved in the recent discovery of a long-lost invention by Benjamin Franklin. This “infernal machine” has a murky past: Freemasons supposedly used it as part of a secret ritual. Are the deaths caused by the invention, or part of the fabled “Curse of the Freemasons”? Or is a serial killer on the loose? Your team of sleuths will have to crack a secret code and uncover the museum’s secrets to solve the mystery and stop the killings.
Price: $24.50 per person, which includes a donation to the museum. Advance purchase is required via http://www.watsonadventures.com. Questions? Call 877-9GO-HUNT, but please do not call the museum directly.
Watson Adventures also offers a murder mystery scavenger hunt at the National Gallery, as well nudity-themed hunts at the National Gallery and the American Art Museum & National Portrait Gallery. In addition, hunts are offered throughout the National Air & Space Museum, Georgetown and other locations in the city. Visit http://watsonadventures.com/schedule_washington.html to see a complete list of scavenger hunts offered in Washington, D.C and Baltimore. Public scavenger hunts are also available in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia and San Francisco.
Watson Adventures also stages corporate and private scavenger hunts and team-building activities throughout the U.S. For information on staging a private hunt, visit HYPERLINK "http://watsonadventures.com/stage.html" http://watsonadventures.com/stage.html
Added by WatsonAdventures on June 14, 2011