Come join an intrepid team of American investigative history street scourers as they voyage from one major American symbol to next: Liberty! Freedom! Prisons. Human rights abuses. Bad art. You think you know America? Well, wait til you see America.
This route explores the north central Philadelphia waterfront, focusing on what remains of this historic locale after the installation of Interstate I-95 in the 1970s, and relating (among other things) how early Quaker settlors lived in caves... More»
This walk takes you through the campus of Howard University, the only historically black college or university in the nation's capital. You'll see and hear about some of the historic landmarks on campus making Howard University one of the top... More»
Your guide’s investigations of the mysterious phenomenon discovered in the Enid A. Haupt Garden continue on a walk through the parks south of Union Station. Join her for the second installment of this fictional walk series.
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D.C.’s gardens hold a secret that your guide is determined to figure out. Join her for the third installment of this fictional walk series beginning near the Spirit of Justice Park and taking you to the U.S. Botanic Garden.
Her research into... More»
Shaken by the events in the U.S. Botanic Garden, your guide has decided to stop investigating the phenomenon in D.C.'s parks. But other forces conspire to pull her back in.
Join your guide on the final installment of this four-part fictional... More»
Meeting up with an old classmate from university has never been stranger. Your guide takes you right into the middle of a mysterious phenomenon that leaves her with more questions than answers in the first installment of this fictional walk... More»
Why did America's most popular actor kill the president? And how did he do it? Was John Wilkes Booth a madman exacting revenge for his beloved South or maybe more? Guide Rick Snider, who is a distant relative of Booth and co-conspirator Mary... More»
Take a stroll around the picturesque Tidal Basin, among the famous Japanese cherry trees located in Washington, DC., given as a token of friendship from Japan. You'll hear the history behind the trees, what they represent, and learn about the... More»
Stroll the path of Camelot's early days, when a beautiful young journalist met a rising politician and wartime hero who later became the U.S. president. See the many homes where John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy resided, Martin's Tavern where... More»
This route is great for anyone who wants to explore an unusual area of New York. This walk starts at Brighton Beach which is in Little Russia and journeys into the exciting Coney Island amusement park. The route will introduce you to a diverse... More»
You'll start at the southern tip of Manhattan for this fun and fact-filled tour of New York City's Financial District, also known as FiDi. Walk down the world-famous Wall Street and take in some major landmarks along the way such as the New York... More»
New York City's Lower East Side neighborhood is full of old tenement buildings... and many people think some of them are haunted! On this fictional tour, our lead character Robbie has just seen a ghost. Follow him to learn about the spirit and... More»
This tour will take you through the fairgrounds for the historic New York City World’s Fairs of 1939-40 and 1964-65. We’ll visit iconic sites of both fairs, hearing about the architecture, design and history of the famous Unisphere, The New York... More»