Not art trivia, but the art of trivia

If you like the idea of a scavenger hunt at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but want to amp up the challenge, here's the game for you. Each question challenges your team to answer a trivia question, then that answer becomes a crucial clue to helping you find on cool object on display and answer a second question about it. 

No, it’s not a test of your art knowledge: the trivia comes from movies, pop music, history, sports, science, books—you name it. If you love pub quizzes or Trivial Pursuit, you’ll enjoy this hunt.

Knowing a hit songs could help you find out what's going on in a painting of a sneaky card game. Remembering how many stars make up a famous dipper can help you track down a goddess getting a constellation prize. And you know that Freudian theory that Woody Allen said shouldn't be applied just to women? That can help you spot the, um, shortcomings of a Roman statue.

If you get stuck, you can consult your smartphone—but keep in mind that the teams that get the answers faster will answer more questions and score more points.

If you love pub quizzes, you'll enjoy this hunt. It might be our most challenging hunt yet, so you'll probably want to pack your team with up to six brainiacs. The hunt is available in 90-minute and two-hour versions.

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