Washington, D.C. Tours<br />  & Scavenger Hunts

Washington, D.C. Tours
& Scavenger Hunts

D.C. Team-Building Games for Groups

Top 5 Outdoor & Virtual Games

Search for secrets near the White House, or explore Georgetown, or turn your favorite neighborhood on our outdoor scavenger hunts. Stuck inside? Tour D.C.’s best museums and landmark locations on our virtual games, as you follow a trail of clues across art- and history-filled websites in search of answers to fun, tricky questions.

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Washington, D.C. Tours<br />  & Scavenger Hunts

Whether you’re part of a corporate group or a bunch of friends looking for fun, you can book a private D.C. virtual tour for any occasion, from corporate team building to birthday parties to field trips. Or gather a team of friends for our virtual weekend public games that are open to any team. See all of our Virtual Team-Building Games.

When D.C.'s museums accept groups again, you can enjoy scavenger hunts of all kinds, including murder mysteries, at such places as the National Gallery of Art and various Smithsonian museums, including the National Museum of Natural History. Hunt locations in nearby Virginia include Mount Vernon. Currently the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum is mostly closed for renovations, but we recommend hunts at the museum’s spinoff, the Udvar-Hazy Center, near Dulles Airport.

“Anywhere you want” options that foster team building include the Grab ’n’ Go Scavenger Hunt, the Trivia Slam, and the Murder by Team Building Game. Also available: Escape the Museum games and International Editions.

Kids Editions, in which children and adults play together, make for great school field trips and birthday-party celebrations. Particularly popular is the Wizard School Scavenger Hunt, for Harry Potter fans, at the National Gallery of Art.

Since our first Washington event in 2005, numerous media outlets have featured our team-building games, including the Washington Post, USA Today, the Today Show, ABC’s World News Now, National Geographic Traveler, Travel + Leisure, and the Washingtonian.

Learn How It Works or start exploring Virtual Team-Building Games, or contact us—and find more fun in Washington!

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