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National Museum of Crime & Punishment
575 7th Street, NW Washington, DC 20007
202-393-1099
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Close to the Gallery Place-Chinatown and Metro Center metro stops
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attended Feb 12 2011

We arrived at about 5:10 PM and after waiting in line for a little while me and my date were handcuffed together (with real handcuffs, must leave an id at the desk and be un-cuffed at the end of the event by the museum staff.) It was crowded for...continued

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Website

http://www.crimemuseum.org/valentine

Description

Every year, around 1 billion Valentine cards are sent across the United States as a symbol of affection. But this Valentine’s Day, those darker romantics among us have a new way to show their love for their significant other, courtesy of the National Museum of Crime and Punishment. Back by popular demand, couples are invited this Valentine’s Day weekend to visit the museum and experience Crimes of Passion, a special exhibit unlike anything seen before.

Upon entering the museum, our on-staff wardens will bind couples together and lead them on their way to tour the three floors of the museum. As they view over 600 exhibits regularly featured at the museum, they will also enjoy special exhibit boards placed throughout explaining various crimes of passion, many of which took place in the D.C. metropolitan area. Couples will delight their dark side with true stories such as the “Valentine’s Vampire,” all while being bound to one another during this unique Valentine’s Day journey.

About the Ticket Supplier: National Museum of Crime & Punishment

The National Museum of Crime & Punishment provides America's most thorough and comprehensive study of the development and evolution of crime and punishment in a museum environment.