Tips for National Gallery of Art

Constitution Avenue, NW Between 4th & 9th Streets Washington DC 20565
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21 National Gallery of Art Tips

CA Thurston
22 events
4 reviews
12 stars
If you take the Yellow or Green line to the Archives station the National Gallery is just a block away. Much closer than Red line.
Goldstar Member
12 events
2 reviews
10 stars
The hunt is in the West building and the meeting place is upstairs by the coat check on floor 1.
Goldstar Member
12 events
2 reviews
10 stars
becsnider
7 events
1 review
4 stars
Knowledge of art and biblical stories is very helpful.
Veronika Rabl
19 events
1 review
5 stars
Go with a small group rather than alone. It takes a lot eyes to find all the clues.
Melissa
7 events
4 reviews
8 stars
Give yourself as much time as possible at the end to solve the mystery, we needed 30 minutes
Melissa
7 events
4 reviews
8 stars
Eat before you go, no food around the mall
Melissa
7 events
4 reviews
8 stars
Parking is awful, take the metro and walk
Melissa
7 events
4 reviews
8 stars
Maria
33 events
6 reviews
18 stars
Take the metro, but there is a parking garage across the street
Maria
33 events
6 reviews
18 stars
Comfortable walking shoes, no big bags. there is a coat check.
Alan
4 events
3 reviews
8 stars
None nearby, except for the food carts along the Mall and Constitution Ave.
SarahV
3 events
2 reviews
5 stars
There isn't always a lot of parking on the Mall on the weekends, so keep that in mind.
Thergard
Thergard
55 events
25 reviews
17 stars
Be sure to give yourself at least 10 minutes to solve the mystery at the end
Watson Adventures’ Murder at the National Gallery Scavenger Hunt
Goldstar Member
2 events
0 reviews
0 stars
Don't drink too much beforehand since you don't want to waste your scavenging time in the bathroom.
Goldstar Member
2 events
0 reviews
0 stars
Probably best to take the metro--close to Smithsonian and Archives.
Goldstar Member
3 events
3 reviews
1 stars
Casual, good shoes for walking and don't carry too much stuff.

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