How are the virtual scavenger hunts played? Your group will meet with our host on Zoom, and then teams will go into breakout rooms and follow clues to explore websites of museums, historic neighborhoods, amazing landmarks and more. You'll be searching for answers to tricky, humorous questions about what you find. No previous knowledge is necessary.
Which game is best for your group? Depending on the game you choose, you can uncover the secrets of museums and famous places, or solve a murder mystery, or explore great places in particular cities, or go on a virtual trip around the world, or tackle tricky trivia and unusual challenges in a "virtual pub quiz," or even play a game for Harry Potter fans. See all of our Virtual Team-Building Games.
Real-world games: When it's safe and comfortable for groups to visit museums and outdoor spaces again, join us to discover how Atlanta is a great city for a scavenger hunt! At least if it’s a Watson Adventures scavenger hunt. On teams, you’ll uncover the secrets of a great museum—or aquarium!—or explore a cool neighborhood while on a quest to find answers to funny questions and complete other fun challenges. Along the way, you might discover that the best thing about Atlanta is your teammates.
Our Top 5 Real-World Atlanta Scavenger Hunts:
The Grab ’n’ Go Scavenger Hunt, which can be played in just about any outdoor location, will have you tackling humorous Team Photo Challenges, creating or collecting unusual items, and cracking a mystery message.
The High Hilarity Scavenger Hunt at the High Art Museum provides a whirlwind tour of the best—and the weirdest and most amusing—paintings and sculptures, and you’ll find that teamwork matters more than expertise if you want to win.
The Swimming with Sharks Scavenger Hunt at the Georgia Aquarium doesn’t actually require you to get in the water—but you will need to sharpen your eyes to find the fascinating fishy fact
The Atlanta History Mysteries Scavenger Hunt reveals the secrets of the Atlanta History Center’s remarkable artifacts, featuring folk art, music masters, Civil War relics, sports memorabilia, and more.
The Murder at the Art Museum Scavenger Hunt challenges you to catch a killer and prevent an international disaster by uncovering secrets at the High Art Museum.
The fun doesn’t stop there! We also offer fun team-building activities at the Fernbank Museum and Zoo Atlanta.
Can't get out of the office? The Trivia Slam and Murder by Team Building Game can be played at almost any indoor location.
Kids Editions, suitable for ages 7 and up, make for memorable school field trips.
Find out why such Atlanta companies as Google, Coca-Cola, Porsche, Cox Communications, Home Depot, and Equifax love our hunts.
Learn How It Works, check out our Virtual Team-Building Games, or contact us—and find more fun in Atlanta!