Tonight we'll continue our hugely successful After Dark program with an evening in Old Town Virginia From scary history, to the most popular bars, you'll get a first hand tour and experience of the nightlife of this unique and historic Virginian city. Of course, first we'll spook you and collect some ghosts to go hopping with us in the "after dark" experience.
oday, we will hike in the footsteps and see the locations where the film was made. Be on the lookout for the signs of the Blair Witch, as well as her “house”.
Did you know that one of Washington’s most popular shopping and restaurant districts is also a haven for ghosts, monsters, and unsolved murder mysteries. Join our expert guide as we explore a very scary side of Georgetown. We will start the tour at the beautiful and haunted Oak Hill Cemetery, where we will solve the mystery of the Tiffany-inspired angel in the Chapel window. From there we will go to other locales, like the mystery mansion with doors to nowhere and a previous owner who suggested being buried inside with a stake in his heart…the “ten o’clock ritual” at the old Foxhall mansion…perhaps we may even here the shuffling of feet, an occasional sob, or the horriffic crack of a whip outside a row of shops on Wisconsin Avenue…
Led by Seferlis’ son, Clift, a stone carver in his own right, you will walk the beautiful grounds and hear of the cathedral’s history as only someone who knows the building intimately can tell it. In addition to an exciting general history of the Cathedral, Clift will tell us of the many mysteries of the gargoyles and unknown spooky stories of the cathedral that are unknown the most D.C. residents. You may never look at this landmark the same way again.
Includes one hour of sailing along the Potomac River, a cash bar, $3 margarita specials, lots of fellow young professionals, and a moonlight view of some of the most amazing evening sites of Washington, D.C.
President Lincoln's assassination was perhaps one of the most tragic moments in our country's history. Today, learn about one of Americas most famous Presidents, and the tragic plot that lead to his death.
Today, we invite you to a "Nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue" as you race around Washington D.C. finding not only unique Halloween themed items but also taking incredibly fun and exciting challenges against each other - that may involve pumpkins, broomsticks, candy,... maybe a little blood and a coffin.
Halloween is not just for kids anymore and it is not just about visiting your schoolmates’ parents. Tonight, we take trick or treating to a whole new level – an international level. Tour the world with a single walk through Dupont Circle and Embassy Row. Enjoy distinct international candy representing countries from every continent.