Bigger is definitely better…
…at the DMA, one of the largest museums in the country. “A great city deserves a great museum,” the builders said, and they built just that. Your team will track down the answers to tricky, humorous questions on a whirlwind tour designed to highlight the best of the museum’s famed Ancient Mediterranean, Texan, European, South Asian, American, African, and Decorative Art collections.
Your adventure might reveal…
- A girdle made of shellfish
- A rare Monet that’s like oil and water
- A Nigerian head that might ring a bell
- Ancient body piercings
- A hoofer that helped an Earl chill out
- A sculpture within a painting within a painting
But you don’t need to know anything about art or the museum to triumph on this group game. You just need a sharp mind and comfortable shoes—and a sense of humor certainly doesn’t hurt.
What happy hunters are saying
“It was a fun event for a holiday party—just the right amount of time. The clues were challenging without being too difficult, so everyone enjoyed themselves regardless of their ‘sleuthing’ skills. The course [through the museum] was well planned: it kept moving without the hunt turning into a marathon.” –Lori M., Practice Administrator, Newman & Taub Vision Center
Evil prowls the galleries…
…at the Dallas Museum of Art, where the body of your Watson Adventures Hunt Host was found this morning. Before he died, he drew a red star on the floor with his own blood. What does that mean? You’d better find out, and fast—by doing the scavenger hunt he created for your group. We think that he might have been leading a double life, and the hunt might contain clues that could identify the killer.
You’ll solve the mystery (we hope) by finding out how quirky details in great works of art fill in the missing pieces of a puzzle that could have international repercussions. Is your team up for the challenge?