As part of their company’s holiday season, credit card giant Mastercard came on a team building tour at the Met with us!
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The Rubin Museum of Art in NYC is one of our favorite spots for company team building in the city, especially if you’re looking to host an after-hours event!
This spring, we took more than a dozen Google employees on an unconventional team building tour of the Rubin. The group included employees from other countries who were in town visiting Google’s New York offices.
At the start of the month, we teamed up with Takeda Pharmaceutical Company to organize an event for a group made up of both employees and non-team members.
Some of their top sales reps, along with their friends and significant others, came together for a fun afternoon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Takeda wanted to encourage the team to get to know each other outside of work and to promote the importance of a healthy work-life balance.
What do you get when you combine the thrill of an Escape Room with the energy of a Museum Hack tour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art?
A whirlwind, narrative-based, team building puzzle we call Escape the Met!
What’s an Escape Room?
For the uninitiated, Escape Rooms are a phenomenon that have taken the “escape the room” genre of video games and put the experience into a physical location.
These rooms are filled with clues and elements that guests must utilize in order to “escape” in a certain amount of time; you’re not actually locked in, but it feels like it! Around the country (and around the world!), Escape Rooms have become a popular team building exercise!
A couple of weeks ago, a group of 7 guests from qualitative market research firm Marketry joined us for a fast-paced team building tour of the de Young, focused on giving the group a fresh dose of inspiration.
Before the tour, our guides had a phone call with Marketry to learn exactly what the group wanted to get from their exciting afternoon of team building at the museum. Knowing that it was important to highlight pieces at the museum that reflected the group’s interest, our guides did custom research for artifacts that made the company and industry shine, focusing on all things marketing.
Just before Christmas, we had the pleasure of leading a group from law firm Hamilton Thies & Lorch on a Chicago team building tour geared toward inspiring their team and boosting creativity.
Washington, DC is home to so much fabulous history, culture, and art that it can be overwhelming to pick the perfect activity for team building in DC. Our team building tours in DC celebrate the best the area has to offer.
As our rave reviews continue to show, museums and company team building events are a perfect match!
A few months ago, we hosted a team of thirty-six from Kings Collegiate Charter School on a two-hour tour of the American Museum of Natural History for an afternoon of creativity-boosting, team-building fun.
Company team building in NYC with us is so much fun, staff members actually want to come back and tour with us even on their days off!
Last month, a group of our renegade tour guides worked together to create a fun, out-of-the-ordinary team-building tour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York for a team of 70 that had reached out to WHISK, an event production and design agency headquartered in San Francisco. The group tasked WHISK with finding the perfect team building event that would work their company goals into a fun event that didn’t feel like a chore for staff members to attend.
Last month, we teamed up with a group from multinational professional services firm Ernst & Young to take them on an evening tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, all geared toward fostering strong team relationships — and having a great time in the process! Check out what the group thought of the experience in their team building review.