Uncover Music City’s secrets…
…on a game that takes your group in search of historical and hysterical locations in the heart of downtown, from the State Capitol to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Clever clues will lead your team to fascinating places—famous and obscure—and you’ll choose which ones to track down, based on where you want to begin and end the game. No previous knowledge of Nashville is necessary: you just need sharp eyes, comfy shoes, and good teamwork.
Highlights on these Nashville group activities include…
- The honky-tonk clubs—and Ernest Tubbs—along Broadway
- Wise words from stars outside the Country Music Hall of Fame
- A legendary location at the heart of the civil rights movement
- Famed musicians permanently posed outside the Ryman Auditorium, the original home of the Grand Ole Opry
- Places where Presidents Jackson and Polk once stepped
- Huge, colorful, crazy murals on the sides of buildings
- Insanely tempting treats at Goo Goo Clusters
- The Arcade, Printers Alley, Second Avenue, and other streets that have retained landmark buildings steeped in history
- An artistic gathering of country stars that’s part “Last Supper” and part “Last Round”
Your team might tackle such questions as…
- Second Avenue used to be called Market Street. With its back to the Cumberland River, this was Nashville’s bustling main drag in the 19th century, packed with saloons, stores, and wholesalers. Not far from the George Jones Museum, find Butler’s Run, featuring a very good boy, excellent at following the command, “Stay!” What name makes him sound suitable for a spread in Vanity Fair? Answer: In the passageway through a building called Butler’s Run, leading to a nice view of the river, a statue honors a dog nicknamed the Canine Bon Vivant. Good boy!
You’ll also be challenged to take unusual and creative Team Photos, find or create objects, and meet up with our Hunt Host for a surprise bonus challenge.
Don’t just stay in Nashville—see Nashville! Whether you’re visiting from out of town or you’re a born-in-a-Nudie-suit local, you’ll be surprised and delighted by this game that reveals downtown’s secrets.
If you think you might work up an appetite on this Nashville scavenger hunt, consider the Munch Around Downtown Edition: your team’s challenges include choosing snacks to snag and tidbits to bite along the way.
Recommended by Modern Bride
See the best of downtown Nashville as bachelorettes, brides-to-be, bridesmaids, and the rest of your friends go in search of objects and take team photos, with each challenge somehow relating to all things bridal. It’s a classic scavenger hunt with Watson Adventures’ distinctive, humorous twist—and it’s a fun way for your friends to get to know one another better.
Our Hunt Host will meet you at the start to set up the game and set the mood, and again at the end to score the results and announce the winners. You can add on our customized Know Your Bride Quiz, featuring unusual and humorous questions about the bride and her fellow celebrants.
Please note that the hunt does not include or allow alcohol, and the hunt does not take you into bars. But if you like, the hunt can finish at a bar, where the Hunt Host will announce the results and raise a toast to the winners. And there are certainly a lot of honky tonk bars along Broadway in the heart of the hunt territory, near the legendary Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Want to hunt somewhere else? Just name your neighborhood and we’ll bring the game.
The Bride ’n’ Go Seek Bachelorette Scavenger Hunt in Nashville starts at $700 for up to 20 people and $30 for each additional person.
“My sister’s Bride ’n’ Go Seek bachelorette hunt was last Saturday, and I just want to say thank you for making it the funnest bachelorette most of us have ever experienced. The clues were very creative and got all of our creative juices flowing. We are still e-mailing and laughing about it. I have recommended it to other friends planning bachelorettes. I can’t wait for my next Watson Adventure!”