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Washington Walks offers a diverse list of walking tours, each lasting approximately two to three hours and led by passionate, knowledgeable guides. The Embassy Row tour, offered on Saturdays at 10 a.m., explores the highfalutin housing of the city's once-upper crust, and Thursday night's The Most Haunted Houses tour takes off Lafayette Park's shirt to expose its violent underbelly and stops at the highly haunted Octagon. Scholarly Sundays can be devoted to the Georgetown tour, which elegantly strolls through the Georgetown neighborhood to examine 200-year-old mansions and talks about the olden days when horse-drawn carriages were pulled by eagles. There's also a series of Saturday and Sunday tours dedicated to individual neighborhoods, providing locals with the opportunity to master their living zone.

819 G St SW
Washington,
DC
US

There will be a $1.25 ticketing fee assessed for each ticket in addition to the price of the Groupon.

601 F St
Washington,
DC
US

The Washington Kastles are the 2009 champions of the World Team Tennis league, a 35-year-old tennis association co-founded by Billie Jean King that pits 10 co-ed teams in head-to-head action against one another as they compete for the King Trophy and a chance to face Borlock, the many-tentacled galactic tennis champion from the Ursa Wimbledon nebula. During the July 12 match, watch the Kastles take on the New York Buzz, including former number-one-ranked player Martina Hingis. You'll also receive a free Kastles T-shirt (a $15 value), and have the chance to ask Kastles coach Murphy Jensen to sign your lock of Andre Agassi's hair during a Groupon-exclusive meet-and-greet (a $25 value). With the second option, get the free T-shirt plus a seat during the July 18 match against the Boston Lobsters. Although the Washington Kastles' roster boasts both Williams sisters, neither will be playing at these matches.

509 7th St NW
Washington,
DC
US

The GW Colonials take on the best teams in the nation and around the Atlantic 10 in the newly-renovated Charles E. Smith Center, boasting great action, great concessions and a great family-fun atmosphere for college athletics.

714 21st St NW
Washington,
DC
US

Jump to: Reviews | Baseball History1909: Honus Wagner becomes baseball's greatest shortstop despite having no arms. 1947: Jackie Robinson breaks the color barrier, six wooden boards, and a pile of bricks when he mistakes his MLB debut for a karate tournament. 1985: The Cleveland Indians draft the entire cast of the film Major League four years before the film comes out.

1500 S Capitol St
Washington,
DC
US

Supporting the efforts of the Children's Charities Foundation, the BB&T Classic Basketball Tournament kicks off the college-basketball season with a doubleheader of hoop-scoring. Game One will pit the George Washington Colonials against 2011 NCAA Final Four participants the VCU Rams. The second game will match up the University of Maryland Terrapins and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, finally determining which team can wring out more sweat out of their jerseys. Fans can catch both games in the capacious confines of the Verizon Center, enjoying a bird's-eye view of deft passes, soaring leaps, and referees huddling up to figure out where they’ll go for dinner.

601 F Street Northwest
Washington,
DC
US