The Casino Grab ’n’ Go Scavenger Hunt

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The Casino Grab ’n’ Go Scavenger Hunt

Las Vegas bares it all…

…with a surprising game that captures the energy and spirit of the Strip and provides an unusual adventure for any group. On this scavenger hunt with a twist, you’ll need to find or create offbeat items, take hilarious photos, meet with staffers for a surprise bonus challenge, and more.

Your group will work together to…

  • Take Unusual Team Photos:Complete themed photo prompts. Demonstrate your best poker face, act out your own Vegas show, imitate an impromptu Vegas wedding, and more.
  • Collect & Create Interesting Items:As in a traditional scavenger hunt, this game tasks your team with finding or cobbling together certain things. You might have to find a lucky charm, hit a jackpot, and more.
  • Decode a Mysterious Message:Is what happens in Vegas hidden in this mysterious missive? You’ll never know unless you crack the code and reveal the message.
  • Join the Hunt Host for a Surprise Challenge:Interact with your host, either in person or remotely, to complete a special bonus challenge.

If you’ve been looking for an activity that brings together a diverse group of people, you’ve found it! It’s perfect for corporate conferences, birthday parties, bachelorette parties, social-group gatherings—you name it. Out-of-towners and locals alike will love living it up in Vegas in a whole new way.

Add-On Location Questions

For an additional fee, your group can scour the Strip and answer tricky, entertaining questions about the area’s hotspots, including some of the most famous casinos in the world.

You might answer such questions as…

  • In Caesars Palace, along the Appian Way, find Michelangelo’s masterpiece. Aside from the fact that he’s a replica, what is the “foundation” for his connection to his twin? Answer: The exact replica of Michelangelo’s ‘David’ is carved from the same Italian marble used for the original.
  • At the Flamingo, visit the Wildlife Habitat. Don’t be coy, but search the waters for a colorful fish that sounds like that. What year was Hanako born? Answer: A sign near koi fish reveals that the longest-living documented koi, named Hanoko, was born in 1755.

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