Where it’s not the actors that go “BOO!”
Visit ghost-plagued buildings and haunted spots in the heart of Hollywood while learning stories about the restless souls you might disturb. On teams, you’ll answer tricky, humorous questions to unearth some seriously scary secrets on this chilling and thrilling tour of old Hollywood.
Listen for the celebrity ghost who plays a bugle in Room 928 at a hotel, check out a movie-themed bookshop whose owner stuck his head in an oven, and see if you feel the spirit of a man with a cape and top hat at the famously haunted Hollywood Wax Museum. You’ll also discover the haunting secret of the Hollywood sign, why the pool at Hollywood High is a dangerous place, where a blond bombshell’s ghost gets wet, and whose ghost likes to pace in front of the Chinese Theatre.
No knowledge of phantoms, poltergeists, hauntings, or Hollywood is required. Just bring your wits, your teamwork skills, and your bravery.
Revealed: The most fun and fascinating secrets in Hollywood!
The perfect mixture of classic, campy, and kitsch, this hunt takes you through the historic heart of the movie industry—centering on Hollywood Boulevard near Highland Avenue. On teams, you’ll be challenged to answer fun questions that reveal the hidden history and secret sights of such places as the Chinese, Egyptian, and El Capitan theaters, the Roosevelt Hotel (scene of the first Academy Awards ceremony), the Hollywood & Highland shopping mall, and the Walk of Fame, among other highlights.
You’ll also encounter Snow White at a coffee shop, Robin Hood, a shocking Guinness Record holder, an over-laundered John Wayne, Charlie Chaplin, Austin Powers, Marilyn Monroe, Bugs Bunny, Jimmy Kimmel, and more.
This scavenger hunt is a popular team-building activity with all kinds of groups, from out-of-towners wanting to see the legendary sights to locals who want to rediscover a classic neighborhood and find out what they’ve been missing.
The best kind of screen time
Introduce your little stars to Hollywood’s best, brightest, and quirkiest. This family-friendly edition of our popular adult hunt challenges kids and adults to work together to answer fun, funny questions along the boulevard of celluloid dreams. On your Tinseltown tour, you’ll be challenged to find celebs on the Walk of Fame, Snow White’s favorite coffee shop, and kooky displays outside of the Guinness World Records Museum and the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum. You’ll be surprised at how much history and fun is packed into just a few blocks!
Recommended for ages 7 and up. Teams must include at least one adult.