Testimonials

We think our company team building experiences are awesome, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Read on to see what companies like Google, Elizabeth Arden, Facebook, Stripe, and others have thought of their team building tours with us.

Team Building Resources
Carly Hill

A Night of Team Building at the Fraunces Tavern

Plans. They’re always changing, but luckily, our guides are great at improvisation and turning even the most unexpected situations into something awesome. We recently had the pleasure of working with a team from RMS – Risk Management Solutions, a company founded in 1988 at Stanford University that helps financial institutions and other public organizations with […]

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Team Building Resources
Carly Hill

A Leadership Summit for Knewton, Museum Hack Style

Customization and engagement are at the heart of everything we do. While we love creating exciting, unusual museum tours, over the years, we’ve found that our methods of engagement that work really well inside the museum are also incredibly effective outside the museum. A few months ago, we had the opportunity to demonstrate what we […]

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Team Building Resources
Carly Hill

Introducing: Team Building Activities at Your Office

Team building activities should be fun. It’s a simple principle, but it’s one that we swear by here at Museum Hack. A focus on “fun” is also one of the top reasons why we’re so excited about our new team building offerings. There are several elements that make up an amazing team building experience, but […]

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Team Building Resources
Carly Hill

Case Study: Team Building with Local and Remote Teams in San Francisco

Finding a great team building activity can be tough when your entire group is local, but the pressure is really on when you’re trying to plan an amazing afternoon to introduce and connect your local team with another group traveling in for the experience from overseas. That’s why Stripe, an Irish Internet-based payment processing company, […]

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Team Building Resources
Carly Hill

Are museum tours the right activity for your company?

Museum tours aren’t for everyone and they’re probably not the first thing that comes to mind as a fun, engaging team building activity that will actually have your employees enjoying themselves. At least, that may have been true before Museum Hack, but we’re working to change those ideas. As our motto goes, we do museum […]

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Testimonials
Carly Hill

How To Plan An Amazing Birthday Party For Kids In A Museum

Planning a kids’ birthday party that can keep a dozen children entertained for a few hours can be tough, but planning a party that will interest a handful of nine-year-olds inside a museum? It may sound impossible, but it was a Herculean task we were ready and willing to undertake when a father contacted us […]

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Testimonials
Museum Hack

Bringing LGBTQ History to Life with Big Gay Met

Our renegade museum tours focus on bringing the hidden stories and juicy secrets of museum collections to life.  This year, we set out to make our tours even more fabulous by bringing a new part of the museum to life: the gay side. Our Big Gay Met tours are a whirlwind romp through the greatest […]

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Team Building Resources
Carly Hill

A Day Of Team Building In San Francisco With Facebook

We love it when companies come back to us for fun team building activities with new teams and Facebook is one of our favorite companies that we’ve had the pleasure of working with several times (and on both coasts!) over the years. Last month, we were honored to host Facebook twice in San Francisco for […]

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Consulting Case Studies
Museum Hack

5 Tips for Designing a Great Conference Session

We love attending museum conferences.  They’re a great opportunity to make connections, discuss concerns and solutions, and share best practices.  Museum Hack has presented at several conferences, including our most recent presentation at the New England Museum Association conference on “The Language of Museums.” Ethan Angelica and Kate Downey received amazing reviews of their session: […]

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Consulting Case Studies
Carly Hill

Case Study: How to Bring 900,000+ Instagram Followers Into Your Gallery

One viral hit can be a king-maker: for an individual, a company, a charity, a museum – but you see all of these people on their phones, scrolling through Facebook, checking Instagram, sending tweets, and you can’t help but wonder why they’re not sharing your thing. There is a solution — when you learn how […]

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