Our games bring out the secrets of amazing places as your team follows clues and answers tricky, entertaining questions about what you discover. In our virtual games, teams meet with our Host via Zoom, then head into breakout rooms to explore museum websites, search virtual landmarks, walk faraway streets, and more, in search of answers to tricky, humorous questions. Depending on the game, you might also solve a murder mystery, or crack the puzzles of a criminal mastermind, or do a deep dive on a favorite city, or tackle challenges on an unusual "virtual pub quiz."
No previous knowledge is necessary. You just need a connection to the internet, a pair of sharp eyes, and great teamwork. Check out all of our Virtual Team-Building Games,
Since 2004, countless companies, social groups, and schools have joined our real-world scavenger hunts to explore the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk, the Yale University campus, Mystic Seaport, the Wadsworth Atheneum, and downtown Stamford, Hartford, Greenwich, and beyond. Whether you’re looking to delve into a fascinating neighborhood or an amazing museum, we have a scavenger hunt to surprise and delight you.
The Today Show, the New York Times, Travel + Leisure, and dozens of other media outlets have acclaimed our team-building games.
You can also make like Sherlock Holmes on Murder Mystery Editions; master puzzles to beat a criminal mastermind on our team-building Escape Games; get team members to collaborate even more on our Mixed Alliances hunts; entertain people for whom English is not their first language on our International Editions; or get youngsters and adults working together on our Kids Editions for families and school field trips.
Wait—have we missed your favorite town? No worries! In addition to the Grab ’n’ Go Scavenger Hunts, the Murder Mystery Mayhem Scavenger Hunt can be played in any outdoor location. Indoors, you can take on the Trivia Slam or the Murder by Team Building Game.
Learn How It Works, or check out our Virtual Team-Building Games, or contact us to find more fun in Connecticut!