Hungover History Tour
So you're coming to DC for improv and figure the least you can do is see something historical since this is the US capital and all. Join us as we take an approximately 2.5-hour walking tour of the National Mall. You'll laugh and have fun as you get a photo op in front of the US Capitol, learn about secret political hideaways, a treehouse on the mall, ghosts, illicit affairs, and how DC's city street plan was designed by a petulant 18th century French Gen X-er who came to America instead of moving back in with his parents after college.
Casual attire, easy walking. Hangover friendly.
Directions: Meet outside the Smithsonian Metro stop at the National Mall exit (12th and Jefferson Drive SW). Look for the Hawaiian shirt.
Bio: Mike Coe is a licensed DC tour guide and for the last 2 years brought the Aloha to our nation's capital as "Mike Hawaii." He gave his first tour at the age of 6 in his parents house during the first co-ed birthday party any of his classmates ever attended. His mom stopped the tour before he could show everyone his parents bedroom. Mike has given his off-beat, humorous, "historical fact-ion" based tours for the last 15 years all over the world, from Hawaii to New Mexico and even in Antarctica. He's also an improvisor and storyteller and has studied for the last 4 years in Hawaii, New York, and Washington DC while performing up and down the East coast. His mom will not be on the tour, so we're confident he'll get through the whole thing.
Meet outside the Smithsonian Metro stop at the National Mall exit (12th and Jeff
12th and Jefferson St
Washington, DC 20009
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|