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Pickle Pea Walks
Pickle Pea Walks - three lively opportunities for your guests to be excited by history! Walk with one of their historical figures (actors portraying real people from the past) who have firsthand knowledge and the inside scoop on White House history. Each walk comes with a different story to tell, a different vantage point and a different period of history to describe.
Facts are not the main focus - feeling history is!
Choose from Three Walks about White House History -
The White House as a Home - Led by Quentin Roosevelt, the youngest child of President Theodore Roosevelt and the First Lady Edith Roosevelt. That White House gang was oh so mischievous.
The White House as an Office - Led by Liz Carpenter, First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson's gregarious press secretary. Her vim and vigor are positively catching!
Musings with the White House Gardener - led by Mr. John Ousley, the first official White House gardener. A philosophical look at the early years of the White House.
Each Walk is based on a charming script written by an award-winning DC playwright.
They would be delighted to make history come alive for their guests!