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Private Scavenger Hunt Events

A Secret City scavenger hunt is the perfect team-building activity for your group, company or organization. We can stage any of our time-tested hunts, just for you! Our prices are affordable and we handle everything. You just show up and participate!

Our private scavenger hunt events make a great addition to your group’s calendar and provide you with a fun way to experience NYC’s best attractions. Our hunts let you dive into the details of NYC in a hands-on, interactive way. You’ll be on your feet, digging into the nooks and crannies of New York City, discovering and experiencing it in ways that aren’t possible on tours.

Companies & Organizations:

Are you planning a corporate offsite, retreat or outing? Our scavenger hunts are great company team-building events! Members of your organization will have an enriching experience, coming back to the office with stronger bonds, reinforced team-work skills, greater knowledge and fond memories to share with their coworkers forever. Read more >

Tour Groups, Meetups, Social Clubs & Private Parties:

Do you run a social club, Meetup group or have a large circle of friends? Perhaps you represent a tour group that is coming to New York City and you’re looking for fun activities to add to your itinerary. Maybe you’re planning a surprise party for your boyfriend or girlfriend and 20 close friends. Nothing beats a scavenger hunt, followed by a party!

School Groups:

Our scavenger hunts are great for school groups. Any of our hunts can be tailored to the needs of your curriculum and are always age-appropriate. Contact us today to discuss how we can create an interactive, real-time adventure that your students will never forget!  Great memories, strong friendships and team-leading skills will be forged.

Wondering if a scavenger hunt is right for your group? Let’s talk!

Private Scavenger Hunt Events

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A message from the British Mission to the UN, after their hunt:

A message from Grand Street Settlement, about their experience: