The museums might be closed…
But you can still explore them on this unique, puzzle-filled, museum of art virtual tour. As you solve tricky brain teasers, puzzles, and riddles, their answers will lead you to fun questions about artworks and artifacts in museums all over the country. You’ll see amazing art and earn points for finding fun facts, all without leaving your home.
No knowledge of art or the museum is required. You just need sharp eyes and great teamwork on this adventure. Thanks to video conferencing technology and our custom game app, people at home can play along with a Watson Adventures host, work with teammates, and have fun together. This game sends you searching for the strangest and funniest details in art hidden on museum websites, so you’ll want a smartphone or computer and a good Internet connection.
The game is available for the general public on select weekends, and for private groups just about any time! Also, private groups can opt for the special Mixed Alliances edition that rearranges the teams at “halftime” to increase the number of people you interact with during the game. Want to see more of New York City’s best museums? Escape to New York: Virtual NYC Tour Game is also available for private groups.
Take a virtual tour of New York City
Love to tour New York but can’t get out to see all the sights? Sit down in front of a computer and strap in for an online game that shows you the best of the city from the comfort of your home. On teams, you’ll gather with our Host on Zoom (or a similar platform) and use our browser-based app to answer unusual trivia questions that lead you to discover great websites of landmarks and museums and answer tricky questions about what you discover. You’ll see quirky art, find surprising objects, peer inside majestic rooms, and virtually wander through sites that reveal New York’s many treasures.
Stops on the journey include…
- Greenwich Village
- Central Park
- Grand Central Terminal
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Museum of Modern Art
- American Museum of Natural History
…plus an array of lesser-known but amazing places. All you need to win is good teamwork and a sense of humor.
This virtual NYC tour is a great team-building activity for groups of all sizes. You can use the game to introduce newcomers to the wonders of the city, or remind longtime New Yorkers of how great the city is and how much of it remains to be discovered.
Tackle trivia on a team while working from home
This is the team building trivia game for people who don’t like trivia games—and for those who love trivia games. In multiple rounds, teams will tackle a variety of challenges that emphasize teamwork. Even if you think you don’t know the answer at first, a little brainstorming often produces the correct answer—or a darn good guess! It’s even more fun when your guesses pay off.
But this game involves more than just trivia questions! Our host/emcee will also guide you through visual puzzles and a scavenger-hunt round. Along the way, you’ll discover some of your colleagues’ hidden talents and unusual expertise. Best of all, you’ll laugh as much as you ever have in your own conference or break room.
Thanks to Zoom and the Watson Adventures custom game app (which runs in any browser), people working at home can play along with the host, communicate with teammates, and have fun together. The experience is a great morale booster for groups of all kinds.
You can book this game just about anytime for your group. On select weekends the game is available to the general public.
Customized Trivia Games for Private Groups
- The Customized Trivia Slam Game, with questions tailored to your company, group, or special occasion
- The International Edition, featuring trivia that spans the globe, written so the game can be enjoyed by people whose first language is not English
- Guest of Honor Editions: The Virtual Birthday Party Game, The Virtual Graduation Game, and The Virtual Bridal Shower Game
- Trivia Slam Second Edition, for groups who’ve done the original edition and can’t get enough
- The Jewish Trivia Slam Game, great for synagogues and other groups
Contact us to learn more and get in the game!
STOP A KILLER? GET A CLUE!
There’s a killer on the loose, and it’s up to your team to stop him! The madman—or madwoman—bumped off a famous art critic, then taunted the police to expose him/her by completing a virtual murder mystery scavenger hunt through America’s great museums. Your task: to play the game, follow the clues, find the art, answer amusing questions about what you find online, and suss out the name of the killer, the scene of the crime, and weapon used. Think you’re up to the challenge?
Using video conferencing, you’ll join our Host in launching the game in our app, which works in any browser. Working on teams, you’ll follow links to art on museum websites, tackle tricky questions for points, and consult photo clues to narrow the list of possible suspects, weapons and crime scenes. No previous knowledge of art is required. But you’ll be amazed at the art you discover—and with any luck, you’ll catch the culprit.
Games for the general public are available on weekends. Games for private groups are available anytime, including a Kids Edition, for kids and adults to play together, ages 8 and up.