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Escape to New York: Virtual NYC Tour Game

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.


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  • kids
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Escape to the Museum Scavenger Hunt for Kids

Explore Museums All over the Country—at Home!

Round up your teammates for an online adventure that challenges you to explore museum websites in search of the craziest, zaniest, secret-and-surprise-stuffed-fulliest (is that a word?) works of art you’ve ever seen outside of your dreams. Once you follow the clues and find the masterpieces, you’ll be challenged to answer a tricky, humorous question about what you see.

No knowledge of art or any museum is required: you just need sharp eyes, sharp wits, sharp teammates, and sharp pencils. Wait: sharp pencils not required, because you’ll be reading the clues and answering the questions in our spiffy app, bursting with links and hints and sound effects and other fun stuff.

Virtual scavenger hunt highlights include…

  • Sue the T-Rex at the Field Museum in Chicago
  • A tour of the Texas State Aquarium with a sloth
  • A bison stampede at the Milwaukee Public Museum
  • The Space Shuttle Discovery at the Air & Space Museum
  • Vintage arcade games at San Francisco’s Musée Méchanique

The game is suitable for ages 10 and up, and we recommend at least one adult per team. This virtual scavenger hunt is a great way to connect with kids with friends or classmates. Contact to learn more about a private game for your group!


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  • kids
  • teens
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The Murder at the Virtual Art Museum Scavenger Hunt for Kids

Fun for Kids and Adults Together

Oh no! A famous art expert is missing, and an anonymous person claiming to have killed the expert is daring you to stop him—or her! This diabolical person has created a virtual museum scavenger hunt for kids involving art in famous museums, and has hidden in the game clues that reveal where the crime took place, what weapon was used, and the name of the killer. Can your team of detectives beat the killer at his or her own game?

You’ll play the killer’s game by visiting museum websites, finding works of art, and answering tricky questions. Close-up details of the art will provide visual clues to help you zero in on the masterpieces you need to examine. No previous knowledge of art or any museum is required.

To play, all you need is a desktop computer and our app that launches in any browser. You’ll connect with our Host and perhaps your teammates in other places by using a video conferencing platform that runs on your computer.

The game is suitable for ages 10 and up, and we recommend at least one adult per team. Think you have what it takes to bring a criminal to justice?


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