Corporate Scavenger Hunts


Turn Your Next Company Outing into an Adventure—with a Dash of Culture

Watson Adventures corporate scavenger hunts use witty, tricky questions in fast-paced games that bring out the best in a city—and the best in you and your teammates. Our team-building hunts have been acclaimed by ABC News, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Herald, the Chicago Tribune, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and numerous other media outlets. Since 1999, more than 200,000 hunters have gone on our hunts from more than 1,000 prestigious companies. Contact us for a quote.

How corporate scavenger hunts work

In museums, historic neighborhoods, and other locations, hunters compete to answer questions in hunts designed to:

  • get people relaxed, laughing and having fun
  • foster teamwork and togetherness in a dynamic new way
  • introduce people to fascinating—and often overlooked—places
  • lead to an exciting gathering over drinks after the hunt, which we can help you set up
  • leave you with more money to spend on that party

You’re not hunting for things (put back that Ming vase!) but for answers to tricky and humorous questions about the intriguing places and objects you discover. No previous knowledge is necessary—you just need a sharp mind and comfortable shoes. The game is like a walking tour spiked with caffeine. The team from your company that answers the most questions correctly wins. For a bit more, there are a variety of add-on options for you to choose from,  including the popular team photo challenges. Typically the game lasts two hours (with about half an hour more for set-up and post-hunt scoring), but the length can be customized to meet your needs.

Build teamwork while boosting morale-through fun

The questions emphasize nimble thinking and, above all, teamwork. They’re crafted to bring out the various skills of each member of your team. A person who’s good at seeing the big picture will get one answer, a teammate who’s good with wordplay will get the next, and someone who is good at navigating may excel at getting the team from place to place. The best teams quickly learn that they must use the strengths of everyone in the group.

Ready to get your company in the game? Choose a city in the yellow box at the top of this page to explore what events are available, or contact us now!

Scavenger Hunt Location:

Austin, Texas


Austin Is All a Game!

Explore amazing places in and around Austin, Texas, on scavenger hunts that are like walking tours spiked with caffeine. Through tricky, humorous questions you’ll see the best of such locations as Congress Avenue, Sixth Street, the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum,the Blanton Museum of Art…well, just about anywhere you want to hunt, indoors or out. We’re adding new hunts all the time, so contact us to tell us about your favorite place…and get in the game!


The Deep in the Art of Texas Scavenger Hunt

Blanton Museum of Art

Experience an art museum as an exciting adventure!

On the campus of the University of Texas, the Blanton Museum of Art is America’s largest university art museum—which makes it large enough for a great quest across the centuries. You and your team will explore the galleries in search of answers to tricky, humorous questions about the most fascinating secrets of the art on display.

There’s something for everyone: American marvels, wonders of the ancient world, treasures from Texas, masterpieces from European old masters, one of the country’s largest collections of Latin American art, up-to-the-minute eccentric contemporary works…prepare for your eyes to widen and your mind to boggle.

But you don’t need to be an art expert to do well at the hunt or even win. You just need good teamwork, sharp eyes and comfy shoes. We are masters of the museum hunt: we’ve created hunts in more than 30 great museums around the country.

Search for answers to such questions as...

• Find Mickey at a marathon. What do the hands above his ears indicate? Put your answer in digits. Answer: In Evergood’s ‘Dance Marathon’ the hands of a clock above Mickey Mouse indicate it’s 1:00.

• Who is about to get a rude awakening? Answer: The shepherdess in Crespi’s ‘Sleeping Shepherdess Teased by a Boy

• What animal seems to be photo-bombing a Biblical scene? Answer: A donkey or mule in Procaccini’s ‘The Visitation'

The hunt takes an hour and a half and is also available in a two-hour Austin Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt at the Blanton Museum of Art is also available. Contact us to learn more and find more fun!

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