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!