Washington, D.C. audio tour: Greenway Quartet: The Moongate

About the Tour

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 series.

Join your guide at the Smithsonian Institution’s only gated park, the Enid A. Haupt Garden, where she shares with you the unsettling events of her and her classmate’s reunion.

Tour Producer


Kate Gorman

Kate Gorman is a writer and artist working in immersive audio. She wants to enrich people’s understanding of how they interact with the built environment and encourage exploration of the boundary between reality and fiction and what is visible or hidden.

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Major Landmarks

  • Hirshhorn Museum

  • Enid A. Haupt Garden

  • Smithsonian Institution Building

Directions to Starting Point

Start at the L'Enfant Plaza Metro Station exit on the SE corner of Maryland Avenue and 7th Street.

L'Enfant Plaza Station can be reached via the Green, Yellow, Orange, Blue, or Silver lines on Metro Rail. It can also be reached via Metro Bus on the 74 and V1 lines, and has a Capital Bikeshare pickup/drop off point near the station.

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Places to stop along the way

Hirshhorn Museum, National Museum of African Art, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Best time of day

Any time between dawn and dusk, the hours the Enid A. Haupt Garden is open.


Exercise caution when crossing streets.


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