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An Amazing Afternoon of Chicago Team Building

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.

A group on a Chicago team building tour.
A group on a Chicago team building tour.

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Open Society Foundations Celebrates Girl Power At The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is full of amazing women, and we strive to celebrate them with our Badass Bitches of the Met tour!

Earlier this year, we had the opportunity to take a small team from the Open Society Foundations on a private Badass Bitches tour. The Open Society Foundations is an organization that works to bring social change for all citizens and describes its mission as “seeking to strengthen the rule of law; respect for human rights, minorities, and a diversity of opinions; democratically elected governments; and a civil society that helps keep our government power in check.”

Kate Telling stories
Kate leading a tour.

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How We Designed Two Custom Last-Minute Scavenger Hunts To Bring Some Fun Into Long Days of Meetings

It’s no secret: we love scavenger hunts.

We think they’re an awesome way to highlight cool pieces in the museum while still being a pretty great tool for subtle team building. Our scavenger hunts are super customizable, making them the perfect candidate for an event that’ll check all the boxes on your team building needs and wants list.

This year, we were lucky enough to create two brand-new custom scavenger hunts in two locations we’d never offered tours in before.

Solar City's team gets ready to compete.
Solar City’s team gets ready to compete.

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Teaching Teachers: A San Francisco Storytelling Workshop

We love helping people who don’t really love museums have a great time on a museum tour with us. Our mission is to help our audience feel more comfortable in these amazing spaces by engaging with them. We talk about their interests, tell crazy stories, and entertain them through our sassy, irreverent presentation style with the hope of reinventing their perception of museum spaces. Often, this fresh perspective comes as a surprise to our audience and they want to learn more about our methods. That’s where our storytelling workshops come in!

Earlier this year, a group of teachers wanted to learn about the way we engage our audiences, so they set up a team building tour and storytelling workshop in San Francisco to uncover the secrets we use to turn museum skeptics into museum believers. 

Museum Hack team building tours are great ways for groups of all sizes to gain a fresh perspective on the museum experience.
Museum Hack team building tours are great ways for groups of all sizes to gain a fresh perspective on the museum experience.

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A Unique Bachelorette Party In New York City

We love bachelorette parties in the museum.

A bachelorette party tour with us is a totally unique idea. The experience is classy, sassy, sexy, and one-of-a-kind.

This summer, we had the opportunity to take a lovely group of ten women on a bachelorette party tour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Most of the women were local, but some flew in from across the country to celebrate the bride-to-be, and we wanted to treat them to an incredible experience at the museum.

A Museum Hack bachelorette party at the Met
A Museum Hack bachelorette party at the Met

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A Fantastic Holiday Dinner Party At The Museum

The holidays are the perfect time to plan an amazing team building event to say thanks to your team for a great year and build up excitement for the year to come.

Late last year, a legal team from New York City-based Schroders Global, an asset management firm with teams all around the world, approached us for help creating an amazing holiday party for their nine employees. We knew the Rubin Museum of Art would be the perfect fit for the group!

The Rubin, located in the Chelsea district of NYC, focuses on drawing connections between art and the culture of the Himalayas region to citizens of contemporary Western society. The museum opened in 2004 and has since hosted more than 1.4 million visitors in more than 100 different exhibits.

Our guests from Schroders enjoyed both a dinner at the museum’s cafe, as well as a zen tour of the museum.
Our guests from Schroders enjoyed both a dinner at the museum’s cafe, as well as a zen tour of the museum.

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