Black history comes alive
…on this scavenger hunt that reveals the best of the Culture and Community Galleries in one of the new jewels in the Smithsonian museums crown.
On teams, you’ll follow clues that guide you through the galleries to find amazing objects and answer fascinating questions about them. No previous knowledge of the museum or Black history is required: you just need sharp eyes and comfy shoes.
Scavenger hunt highlights include…
Muhammed Ali’s boxing gloves and other sports hero memorabilia
Chuck Berry’s gleaming red Cadillac
Laughs with Richard Pryor and Moms Mabley
Personal items used by James Baldwin and other famous authors
A visit to the Bronx, the birthplace of Hip Hop
The scavenger hunt includes Photo Challenges and a Bonus Challenge with the Hunt Host. This game is great for corporate groups promoting diversity, or school groups on field trips, or anyone who wants to learn more about Black history and culture.
What delighted clients are saying about the Black history scavenger hunt
“The group really enjoyed the hunt. It was a great way to introduce the museum to those who had never experienced it, and many of the participants are excited about going back to explore it on their own. Sharlette [the Hunt Host] was amazing and we really appreciated her hosting the hunt.” —a recruiting manager for a law firm
Contact us to learn more about the scavenger hunt at the National Museum of African American History & Culture—and find more fun in Washington, D.C.!
Photo by Bernd 📷 Dittrich