Solve a Mystery at the Murder at the National Museum of American History Scavenger Hunt
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The last date listed for Watson Adventures' Murder at the Museum of American History Scavenger Hunt was Saturday May 19, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Considered by many critics -- including influential author Charles Rosen -- to be the composer's greatest achievement in chamber music, Mozart's Viola Quintets come to life under the skilled bows of acclaimed violinist Vera Beths, of the famed L'Archibudelli ensemble, along with several of The Knights, the innovative orchestral collective out of Brooklyn, and Smithsonian Chamber Music Society artistic director Kenneth Slowik. Violoncellist Slowik is also set to offer a pre-concert talk on these influential works, scored for two violins, two violas and a cello, as part of the society's 37th season, Masterworks of Five Centuries. Learn More
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Fancy yourself a sleuth? Devour mystery books? Wish that you could go hunting for clues throughout a museum just like Robert Langdon in The Da Vinci Code? Dust off your magnifying glass, put on your detective hat and join a Watson Adventures murder mystery scavenger hunt.
Watson Adventures offers scavenger-hunt games at museums throughout the country that provide teammates with the opportunity to explore exhibits from a fresh perspective while searching for clues to solve a murder mystery.
Teams of up to six people will uncover secrets hidden throughout the museum while tackling witty, tricky questions. The game is perfect for fans of murder mystery dinners and whodunnit books as well as anyone with a keen sense of curiosity. No previous knowledge is required.
About the Ticket Supplier: Watson AdventuresWatson Adventures sprang from the mind of Bret Watson, a veteran writer and editor (and occasional stand-up comedian), who started creating scavenger hunts in the early '90s for friends as a way to share his unique take on the lighter side of museums. As word of the unusual scavenger hunts spread, companies began to ask Bret to let them get in the game, and a business was born.
Since then, Watson Adventures has grown to span the nation, with more than 200,000 people participating in hunts, including employees of more than 1,000 prestigious corporations. All the while, Watson Adventures' scavenger hunts have received more media raves and other acclaim than any other company of its kind. Below, you can learn more about the creative, clever crew who've made our success possible.