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Watson Adventures Scavenger Hunts - Washington, D.C.

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Fun weekend activity for natives and tourists

A friend and I did the Harry Potter Scavenger Hunt at the National Art Gallery. The hunt took us... read more

Reviewed 8 August 2017
Molly C
via mobile
Challenging Entertainment!

We spent a little over two hours on our adventure which involved a mystery to be solved at the... read more

Reviewed 3 June 2012
sharalDc
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8 Aug 2017
“Fun weekend activity for natives and tourists”
26 Jun 2017
“Great fun!”
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See your world with new eyes on a scavenger hunt. Teams of up to six people will tackle tricky, humorous questions about the objects and places discovered. Available in museums and neighborhoods throughout Washington, D.C., including the National...more
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Washington DC, DC 20005
National Mall
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+1 877-946-4868
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Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

A friend and I did the Harry Potter Scavenger Hunt at the National Art Gallery. The hunt took us through most of the museum and was actually pretty fun! They did a great job of incorporating the world of Harry Potter with their clues. While...More

Thank Molly C
Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

I was in Washington DC for a conference and this scavenger hunt was set up for the early career researchers. We had a blast, funny challenges whilst getting to see many of the sights.

Thank Michelle T
Reviewed 17 January 2016

This was our first experience with Watson. It was fun but not at all organized. The Watson person was sitting in a corner without a hat on as directed in the paperwork. She had a small sign but never stood up and never left her...More

3  Thank Skip S
Reviewed 21 November 2015

It really was a great time! Somewhat challenging questions and neat bits of interaction here and there that helped bring a modern twist to it all. I was with a group of seven friends (although they will be quick to let you know, their group...More

Thank WeeZaliban
Reviewed 1 March 2015

While our hunt leader was nice and enthusiastic, I couldn't tell why it cost so much. We went on a hunt in Annapolis. The tasks were very standard- I was expecting for the price that there would be something unique about the hunt. It didn't...More

Thank TravelingFoodie18
Reviewed 29 July 2014

We found this activity in the Weekend Circular of the Washington Post. We were looking for something fun to do for my husbands 60+ birthday and with our two daughters age 25 and 21. We needed four tickets but they only had three when we...More

Thank GAIL F
Reviewed 12 July 2012

Three members of our family participated in a Washington DC-based evening "Haunted" Scavenger Hunt on July 7, 2012. At $72, we paid full price for participation. Here's what we experienced: 1. A Watson employee who did little but explain the "rules". While there were close...More

4  Thank northwriter
Reviewed 3 June 2012

We spent a little over two hours on our adventure which involved a mystery to be solved at the National Gallery of Art. The hunt was an excellent way to see works I hadn't seen in other trips to the museum. The two hour time...More

Thank sharalDc
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