In a massive media hit, the Associated Press tagged along on our Murder at the Met Scavenger Hunt (at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art) for a story about our murder mystery hunts across the United States. USA Today was among about 200 media outlets that ran the story, “Museum Scavenger Hunt Asks: ‘Who Killed the Curator?’ ’’ Read the story.
“The hunt involving the murdered curator is tailored to a museum’s collection,” the story reported, “and also is offered at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Getty Center in Los Angeles, The Philadelphia Museum of Art and The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.”
Hunters also got to chime in: “I really like the level of difficulty,” said Matt Fuhrman, 22, a college graduate from Columbus, Ohio. “I read The Da Vinci Code and all the Dan Brown books. It was very much like the books.”
We now offer other murder mystery scavenger hunts in dozens of locations through the U.S.A. Go to Find a Scavenger Hunt, pick your city, and search for the “Murder Mystery” theme—or contact us—to learn what options are near you for a private group game. Or join us on weekends for a public hunt in six cities: get more information at Find a Public Hunt. Hurry before the trail grows cold!