Outdoor scavenger hunts in New Orleans
Make the Big Easy a bit more challenging—in the best possible way—on our scavenger hunts that provide a whirlwind tour of the French Quarter, the historic heart of New Orleans. On these team-building activities that are great for any group, you’ll follow a trail of clues that reveal the secrets of the charm-filled blocks in and around Jackson Square. Along the way, you’ll be challenged to answer amusing questions about what you find.
You might need to inspect cannons in the Washington Artillery Park during your team-building adventure. Or get a thorough nose-dusting of powdered sugar at Café du Monde. You’ll search out Lafitte’s Blacksmith Shop, Fats and Jumbo, the Old Absinthe House, and a pope’s “umbrella” at the St. Louis Cathedral. And you’ll collect only answers, not beads, on Bourbon Street.
No knowledge of the French Quarter is necessary: you just need great teamwork and a sense of humor. Laissez les bons temps rouler and you might earn bonus points! If you savor a good challenge, your group can also solve a murder mystery, on a hunt where hidden history provides crucial clues. You might prevent an international crisis...and eat a beignet or two.
If the weather’s not your friend, or you’re stuck in a conference room, consider the Trivia Slam or the Murder by Team Building Game.
Virtual team-building games
We've used our decades of experience running real-world games in New Orleans and other cities across the U.S. to create virtual scavenger hunts and other online games that connect colleagues and friends by having fun together. You can also explore museums across the U.S., take a virtual tour around the world, solve a murder mystery, or tackle entertaining trivia and unusual challenges.
Check out all of our Virtual Team-Building Games here.
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Find out why numerous Fortune 500 companies visiting Louisiana have asked us to stage memorable adventures for their groups and why our team-building games have been recommended by USA Today, Travel + Leisure, Lonely Planet guides, and National Geographic Traveler, among many others.
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