Museum Hack is a team building company. That means we specialize in corporate events, fun activities for teams, and workshops that help employees improve their skills (like leadership, empathy and communication).
We know that the most productive and successful teams need a break from the cubicle for some leg stretching and a change of pace in order to keep the creative juices flowing. Our team building tours are customized to meet unique company needs and give employees a museum insider feeling with fun activities, crazy gossip, and unique stories.
Charter School Business Management recently came on a customized team building adventure with us at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They are dedicated to helping grow and sustain the charter sector, providing financial and operations services and training around the country. With a focus on high quality instruction, CSBM recognizes the importance of storytelling in student and charter sector achievement.
We whisked their group to the Met to uncover the hidden, inspiring, and amazing stories behind the over 270,000 works of art. We also led them on fun team bonding activities, including our “5 Elements of a Hack” storytelling workshop. We then challenged their group on a test of their hack skills, dividing them into teams to pitch against each other for who should win the Temple of Dendur for their fictional city. Finally, we ran a competitive Scavenger Hunt through the Met, splitting them into small groups to see who could hunt the fastest and with the most accuracy to win a prize.
Ideas were sparked, the team bonded, and everyone had a super time during the tour!
They left us this awesome testimonial after the tour:
“We had a nice time and the cocktail was a nice bonus! We toured the Metropolitan Museum, and our host Bex was personable, kind, and really funny. She was a great storyteller. We loved the scavenger hunt. It allowed us to bond and run around the museum asking complete strangers to take our pictures (at times). We would most definitely visit again in the future.”