Visit museums across the country—virtually!
Discover odd and unusual art and artifacts on this unique, puzzle-filled, museum of art virtual tour. Answers to tricky trivia questions lead you on a quest to explore online museums all over the country. You’ll pick your way through galleries, search for amazing masterpieces, and earn points for uncovering humorous details, all without leaving your comfy chair.
No knowledge of art or the museum is required. You just need sharp eyes and great teamwork on this adventure. Thanks to video conferencing technology and our custom game app, people at home can play along with a Watson Adventures host, work with teammates, and have fun together. This game sends you searching for the strangest and funniest details in art hidden on museum websites.
The game is available for the general public on select weekends, and for private groups just about any time!
Special editions for private groups
Want your colleagues to mix more during the game? The Mixed Alliances edition rearranges the teams at “halftime” to increase the number of people players interact with during the game.
Want to see more of a particular city’s best museums and landmarks? Escape games for New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, the San Francisco Bay Area, Texas, and Washington, D.C., are also available. If your group includes people from a variety of countries, whose first language might not be English, check out the Around the World Scavenger Hunt. Contact us to learn more—and find more fun working at home!
A Virtual Global Adventure from Home!
Feeling a bit cooped up? Need to take your mind for a stroll? Here’s a team-building game that will take you around the world in 60 minutes! Just get your group on Zoom to meet with our Host and we’ll send you off to explore the world’s best museums and historic locations—all via amazing websites. Your challenge: follow our clues, find amazing objects, and answer tricky questions about them.
Stops along the way include…
- A 360-degree view of the ancient streets of Pompeii, Italy
- A dash through caves in France in search of prehistoric paintings
- A centuries-old pagoda in Kyoto, Japan
- A creepy “mermaid” in London
- A you-are-there walk-through of an artist’s haunting studio in Mexico
And that’s just a taste of this traveler’s buffet. It’s the perfect game for any company looking for a team-building activity that brings together far-flung colleagues with a mix of backgrounds and interests. The game is in English, but written with players in mind whose first language is not English. The Asia Pacific Game is a special edition focusing on that part of the globe.
Our app, which works in any browser, will deliver the clues, the links to eye-popping websites, and the tricky questions; you just need to enter the answers. No previous knowledge is required: you just need nimble fingers, sharp wits, and great teamwork. Magic carpet sold separately.
Take a virtual tour of New York City
Love to tour New York but can’t get out to see all the sights? Sit down in front of a computer and strap in for an online game that shows you the best of the city from the comfort of your home. On teams, you’ll gather with our Host on Zoom (or a similar platform) and use our browser-based app to answer unusual trivia questions that lead you to discover great websites of landmarks and museums and answer tricky questions about what you discover. You’ll see quirky art, find surprising objects, peer inside majestic rooms, and virtually wander through sites that reveal New York’s many treasures.
Stops on the journey include…
- Greenwich Village
- Central Park
- Grand Central Terminal
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Museum of Modern Art
- American Museum of Natural History
…plus an array of lesser-known but amazing places. All you need to win is good teamwork and a sense of humor.
This virtual NYC tour is a great team-building activity for groups of all sizes. You can use the game to introduce newcomers to the wonders of the city, or remind longtime New Yorkers of how great the city is and how much of it remains to be discovered.