Aurinia at the Met: “Everything was very easy to organize!”

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When you have a geographically dispersed team, in person events can be critical to team bonding and communication. But getting everyone in one place doesn’t have to mean bagel breakfasts and long speeches. Instead, you can plan a fun outing for your group.

If your team is new to a city, the go-to tourist attractions are usually a good bet. In NYC that means the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the Empire State Building, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and other infamous locations.

But if you really want to maximize your team building, we recommend giving a “fun upgrade” to your tours.

At Museum Hack we specialize in fun team building activities, which means we don’t just tour the museum and recite boring facts. Instead we play games like “Buy, Steal, Burn”, where your team shares their favorite and least liked pieces in the gallery.

We also take yoga breaks, do team chants, and other energizing activities that fight museum fatigue. Basically, if you come on a museum tour with us, your team is going to have a really good time (and your team will bond over it, guaranteed)

Here’s an example. Aurinia Pharmaceuticals came on a private tour with us at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. After, they shared with us a quick note about their experience. 

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Our company was in New York for a meeting, we had flown from all over the US and Canada and wanted to do something fun, we are so glad we booked with Museum Hack! Everything was very easy to organize! Our tour guides were engaging and entertaining. The tour was very personable and interactive. They really know there stuff, and we are already talking about booking them for our next meeting event in the Big Apple. Knowing how big the Met is, I am glad we had someone fun showing us around.
-Lori F., Executive Assistant at Aurinia Pharmaceuticals Inc.

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