San Francisco Scavenger Hunts

Awesome SF Scavenger Hunts at Museums

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Hello San Francisco! Museum Hack hosts custom scavenger hunts for corporate teams and private groups in the Bay Area! Our one-of-a-kind hunts take you on a fast paced adventure through the best locations in the city, including the de Young Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco and Golden Gate Park. Our scavenger hunts are optimized for team building and feature fun photo challenges. Your hunt can be competitive or collaborative -- it's up to you!

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A Radical New Approach to Scavenger Hunts

Museum Hack takes a completely new approach to scavenger hunts in San Francisco. Your hunt takes place in a museum and includes stories, photo challenges and prizes. These are not your traditional clues! You will take #selfies with the art and find your statue twins -- all on a fast paced scavenger hunt that will have you racing to the finish. Our goal is for you to have fun and experience the museum in a way you never imagined before.

Your hunt can be customized to your group. For example, a technology company or startup could do a "Technology Through Time Scavenger Hunt" at the de Young Fine Arts Museum, and you could do your own unique theme at Golden Gate Park. Customization is optional but encouraged. We also have scavenger hunts suitable for families with young children and groups from other organizations like schools and charities.

Non-Traditional Clues

So you can appreciate the museum instead of just racing through it

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Photo Challenges

Take #selfies with the art

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Compete to Win

Fun prizes for your team

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Testimonials From Museum Scavenger Hunters

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We took our staff team of 8 to the DeYoung Museum for bonding and team-building. Museum Hack did not disappoint! We laughed the whole time and had a great time with a scavenger hunt through the museum. Our tour guide Adrian was awesome and made the tour relevant for our team. It was funky and fun-filled, and made us feel like we were the happiest people in the museum.

Lauren S, Berkeley, California
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I love SF and all of its glorious institutions and we have been wanting to go to the De Young. I booked this tour for my family and Museum Hack did not disappoint. Adrian was our guide and the tour was two hours. Unlike the standard tour of a museum, this tour was filled with memorable stories about this lovely city. We visited many parts of the de Young that but for Adrian, we would have never seen. Highly recommended for locals and visitors alike.

I highly recommend a Museum Hack tour and to do a scavenger hunt with them if possible -- I think the hunt was one of the highlights for my group! (even as we got incredibly competitive)

8TidyMom, SF, California
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A really fun and unique museum experience. Adrian was an amazing guide with great energy and interesting back stories to some of the pieces. If you're really into museums but are looking for a new experience, this is a must try.

In preparation for the tour, the staff at Museum Hack consulted with us about what kind of experience we were looking for and what our interests were, and they were able to put together a customized tour and scavenger hunt that helped staff get to know each other, have some fun, and spend some well-deserved and well-appreciated time away from the office. We played some games together and even met a surprise guest performer! Our tour guides were definitely the best thing about the entire experience. Museum Hack has hired one of the most interesting, enthusiastic, funny, and well-informed groups of people I've ever met, and it was clear that they had worked hard to research topics that were relevant to us (a federal law enforcement agency) and present them in a fun way. Museum Hack helped us to realize that it's okay to have a good time in a museum! Thanks, Museum Hack!

pwatts8, San Francisco, California


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