It’s hog heaven for everyone!
Whether you love motorcycles or you couldn’t give a cog, this scavenger hunt at Milwaukee’s Harley-Davidson Museum will surprise and delight you. Sure, you’ll see bikes and memorabilia boldly displayed in the spacious, dramatic galleries, but you’ll also get a captivating tour of American history and pop culture—as you see the world reflected in the bikes through the decades. Plus, even something as simple as a glowing wall that features dozens of colorful gas tanks turns out to be as striking and engaging as a work of modern art.
The hunt features the best of the museum, revealing its strangest, funniest, and most fascinating objects and details. Your team will follow a trail of clues to answer tricky, humorous questions about all kinds of bikes, the inventive and fanatical people who’ve loved them, the movies the bikes have starred in, the resourceful roles the bikes played in wartime, and an array of hog-related toys.
Along the way, you might also find…
- Evel Knievel’s “Skycycle”
- A hog-riding cow
- Ernie and Bert racing Tom and Jerry
- The Cross Bones modified for Captain America
- A bike autographed by more than 6,000 people
- The original Wild Ones
- Fonzie’s possible predecessor
Plus, Silent Gray Fellows, Magic Lanterns, cops and robbers, cartoon kittens, astronauts and presidents, stupid stunts, wacky races, insane polo matches, insurance for Elvis Presley, Motor Maids, Knuckleheads, badass movie posters, and much more.
No knowledge of the museum or Harley-Davidson bikes is required: you just need good teamwork, sharp eyes, and comfy shoes. The hunt provides a great way for a mixed group to bond, have a blast, and explore and enjoy this great museum.
If you’re up for more of a challenge, try the Murder Mystery Edition. The objects on display provide clues in a tale of murder and international intrigue—and you have to crack a code before it’s too late.
What delighted clients are saying
“The hunt went perfectly last week. Everyone in the group talked about how much fun they had. They thought the Harley museum was a unique place for an event such as this, so I thought that was great given a good portion of the group was from out of town.” —a Fortune 500 company
“The group enjoyed the hunt tremendously. Thank you for making it a great experience for our teams.” —the organizer for a group of 90 people from a pharmaceutical company that did this hunt
Contact us to learn more—and find more fun in Milwaukee!