Warning: This isn’t your ordinary tour
And thank goodness for that because it’s much, much better. Instead of just getting a whirlwind tour of this amazing museum, you’ll also get a team-building experience that will make you laugh, think, and bond with your group. You’ll follow a trail of clues though the galleries and tackle tricky, entertaining questions about the surprising art you find.
Your discoveries might include…
- A shark attack against a guy named Watson (no relation, we hope)
- The only painting by Leonardo da Vinci in an American museum
- An eye-popping saint—literally
- An ancient version of American Idol you can’t afford to lose
- A remarkable Civil War scene made more famous by a Hollywood movie
And those are just a few of the highlights on this hunt. Don’t worry: you don’t need to know anything about art or the museum to play or to win. You just need a sharp mind and comfortable shoes. This “level playing field,” in which anyone can contribute to the victory, makes the game a perfect activity for any corporate group looking to add a dash of culture to a team-building outing.
The International Edition is perfect for groups with participants whose speak English as a second language.
A Kids Edition, for children and adults to enjoy together, is available for school field trips, scout outings, birthday parties—you name it! Suitable for ages 7 and up.
What people are saying about the National Gallery Scavenger Hunt
A 5-star review on Google: “My team and I did a scavenger hunt with Watson Adventures as a team building exercise, and we had a amazing time! The hunt was very interactive and allowed us to work together to get through each question, all while seeing beautiful art! Also, huge shout-out to our guide, Marquis!”
“We had a great time. Sharlette [the hunt host] was amazing! She was engaging and super energetic, and the team really enjoyed her enthusiasm. Last night at dinner, everyone just kept talking about the Hunt. We truly enjoyed it. The National Gallery was wonderful and it was great being able to use the questions to see everything the museum contained. It was also really fun to work within our teams to see how different minds work. We each learned new strengths.”
“We just wrapped up our adventure at the gallery and we had a blast! Thank you so much to you guys.”
Contact us to learn more about the scavenger hunt at the National Gallery of Art—and find more fun in Washington, DC!