GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN UPDATE: We have options for you while the major museums are closed. In Union Station we offer two entertaining hunts, including a murder-mystery game. If you’re willing to spend a bit more, our scavenger Hunt at Madame Tussauds provides singularly surreal fun.
There’s one thing all parties can agree on: Washington can always use more fun. And there’s no more fun way to explore D.C.’s neighborhoods and museums than on our acclaimed scavenger hunts. On these team-building adventures, you’ll follow a trail of clues and answer tricky, humorous questions about what you find.
You can book a private event for your group anytime, or bring a team to weekend hunts that are open to anyone.
Since our first D.C. event in 2005, many media outlets have featured our hunts, including the Washington Post, USA Today, the Today Show, ABC’s World News Now, National Geographic Traveler, Travel + Leisure, and the Washingtonian.
Check out our Top 5 Washington, D.C., Scavenger Hunts:
- The National Treasures Scavenger Hunt uncovers surprising secrets and strange facts about the U.S. at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.