“A murdered curator, dastardly villains and a madcap scavenger hunt through the halls of New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art? Of course, we signed up. Two and a half breathless hours later, we’d sprinted seven miles from Egyptian hieroglyphs to cubism, found clues, solved puzzles and figured out whodunit. And were madly making plans for a return visit—to revel in Renoirs, not sleuth….These madcap hunts take you into every museum nook and cranny, as you discover things you had no idea existed.”
Read the full San Jose Mercury News story about a reporter who also tried our new Computer History Museum Madness Scavenger Hunt. It’s available on select weekends to the general public, and anytime for private groups.