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We have started offering company team building events at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.! These events include a mix of passionate storytelling and fun bonding activities, using this world renown art gallery as the perfect venue for a fun and unique off-site outing. Here is what Elise, the event organizer for the Hilton team, had to say about the event.

We had a wonderful time. Several people have already told me that they want to go again on a regular ticketed tour with friends or family. I will absolutely be looking in to the “Little Hackers” to take my kids in the future and will take a tour in New York next time. I even got a comment from one team member that said he was really skeptical about spending 3 hours walking around an art museum but he found it really engaging and had a really fun time!

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Learn art history while team building at the National Gallery.

I especially appreciated getting some of the background on the art that your average person wouldn’t know just by looking at it.

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Molly shares her family while engaging with art in the National Gallery.

Hearing Molly’s perspective on pieces, including which were her favorite, added a great dimension to the tour. I am not convinced that “ugly americans” are the coolest thing at the National Gallery, but I do have a whole new appreciation for those (…creepy) kids than I would have before!

-Elise M., for Hilton Hotels and Resorts

Hilton Hotel logo old Find out more about our corporate events, or send us an email at [email protected] to start planning an event at the National Gallery with your team!  

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