Recommended by Modern Bride
On this group game, bachelorettes, brides-to-be, bridesmaids, and friends will go in search of objects and take Team Photos in the neighborhood of your choice, with each challenge somehow relating to all things bridal. It’s a classic scavenger hunt with Watson Adventures’ distinctive, humorous twist—and it’s a fun way for your friends to get to know one another better.
Our Hunt Host will meet you at the start to set up the game and set the mood, and again at the end to score the results and announce the winners. You can add on our customized Know Your Bride Quiz, featuring unusual and humorous questions about the bride and her fellow celebrants.
Please note that the hunt does not include or allow alcohol, and the hunt does not take you into bars. But if you like, the hunt can finish at a bar, where the Hunt Host will announce the results and raise a toast to the winners.
The Bride ’n’ Go Seek Scavenger Hunt starts at $700 for up to 20 people and $30 for each additional person.
Modern Bride listed the Bride ’n’ Go Seek Scavenger Hunt among their recommended “Enticing Activities for Your Out-of-Towners.”
“My sister’s Bride ’n’ Go Seek bachelorette hunt was last Saturday, and I just want to say thank you for making it the funnest bachelorette most of us have ever experienced. The clues were very creative and got all of our creative juices flowing. We are still e-mailing and laughing about it. I have recommended it to other friends planning bachelorettes. I can’t wait for my next Watson Adventure!”
Looking for a memorable way to pop the question?
Take your significant other on one of our acclaimed scavenger hunts, and we can include the Big Question in one of the challenges—such as in the puzzle box with a surprise message.
How’s this for drama: one resourceful gentleman knew that his girlfriend’s favorite place in the world was the Metropolitan Museum of Art, so he called on Watson Adventures to stage our Met Madness Hunt for the couple and their friends and family. At the finish line, to everyone’s astonishment, the gentleman got down on one knee and said, “For me, the hunt was over when I found you….” He produced a diamond, and the screams of delight alarmed and then amused more than a few guards.
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In the spirit of the great adventure that is marriage…
…give the gift of adventure by sending your friends and family members on a scavenger hunt at the start of your wedding weekend! Brides and grooms who want to do something out of the ordinary to welcome out-of-town guests can treat them to a whirlwind tour of a museum, neighborhood, or other location so they get to explore the area while getting to know one another better.