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Explore diverse Houston, with its museum and theater districts, its many parks, and its rich history in space exploration with a corporate team building game that is sure to energize your company!

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Check Out Some Of Our Awesome Houston, Texas Scavenger Hunt Locations

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Birthday Scavenger Hunts

From bungalows, skyscrapers and amazing restaurants to art galleries, theaters, and fancy shops, this vibrant neighborhood has it all! There are a slew of antique shops, thrift stores, and adorable boutiques to explore as well as fun bars to visit. The fun vibe in this Montrose team building scavenger hunt is sure to get your team pumped up!

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Downtown Houston

This lively neighborhood is full of awesome restaurants, theatres, shops, as well as parks and professional sports teams. Discover all the awesome things Houston’s Central Business District has to offer. Your team will really enjoy exploring this eclectic neighborhood during their awesome cityHUNT adventure!

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Discovery Green

Discovery Green is buzzing with 12 acres of green space, tons of people, restaurants, music, art and so much more. Whether you are looking for a laid back team building adventure or a scavenger hunt full of excitement, Discovery Green will have you covered! Get some fresh air outside the office and enjoy the day with your colleagues during this out-of-the-box team building activity.

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Midtown Houston

If you think Midtown Houston is all about the night clubs and party scene, you’re only half right. There is so much more to Midtown than just partying! It is full of history, culture, and art. Midtown has a big arts scene that is just begging to be explored. Don’t forget to check out the giant “Midtown” letters in Bagby Park for a great photo-op! This adventure-packed scavenger hunt will have your group talking about their team building event for years to come!

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Discovery Green – Kinder Lake

Scavenger hunt participants took a trip to Kinder Lake in Discovery Green Park! This park is surrounded by skyscrapers and is right in the middle of downtown Houston. Discovery Green hosts all types of community events, including concerts, fitness classes, flea markets, festivals, and more. The challenge for hunters was to find Kinder Lake and to take a photo pretending to fish. In the spring and summer, you can kayak around this lake while looking at the fish below and the Houston skyline around you.

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Wells Fargo Plaza – The Highest Peak

Did you know… the Wells Fargo Plaza is the tallest building in Houston? This building stands at a whopping 992 feet tall! While teams were strolling around downtown Houston, they had to look for this peak. Once they found this iconic building, they were challenged to take a picture of their tallest and shortest team member in front of the skyscraper.

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Discovery Green – Imaginary City

For this stop, teams were challenged to find and take a photo with Jean Dubuffet’s Monument Au Fantome sculpture in Discovery Green. This French name translates to “imaginary city” in English. This large free-form red-white-blue sculpture on Avenida de las Americas is the park’s most well-known artwork and one of Houston’s great treasures. The sculpture represents 7 features that all represent elements of Houston. These features are a chimney, a church, a dog, a hedge, a mast, a phantom, and a tree.

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Market Square Historic District – Murals

There are colorful murals and graffiti all throughout downtown Houston. One of the neighborhoods where you will find some of the most iconic murals is the Market Square Historic District. At this stop, teams explored this historic district that is home to some of the oldest buildings in Houston. The challenge was to find their favorite mural wall and to take a photo of their team in front of it.

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Bagby Park – Being Touristy

At this stop, participants visited Bagby Park. Bagby Park is a vibrant green space in the heart of Midtown Houston. The challenge at this stop was to find the Midtown sign and take a photo of team members climbing within it for a touristy, but memorable photo. The park serves as a place for the community to come together to enjoy the outdoors, walk dogs, and even enjoy a bite to eat from the park’s food kiosk. Bagby Park hosts many community events and concerts in an effort to bring local residents together for some wholesome family fun.

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City Hall – Hermann Square

For this stop, participants visited the iconic Hermann Square, which is located in front of Houston’s city hall. The square is named after George Hermann, who passed away in 1914. He was an entrepreneur, real estate investor, and industrialist in Houston. The historic square takes up an entire city block in downtown Houston. Hermann Square is a popular gathering place for lunch goers almost year-round and is also a prime location for special events. The challenge at this stop was to take a picturesque photo in front of the reflecting pool.

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Julia Ideson Building – Story Time

For the next stop, teams made their way to the historic Julia Ideson Building. Teams had to take a fun photo and have a little story time out front of the building. This public library is named after Julia Ideson, who was the first librarian and worked there for over 40 years! The beautiful Spanish-renaissance-style building was Houston’s only library from 1926 to 1926. It now houses many historical documents and archives.

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Houston Museum of Natural Science – Morian Hall

Participants visited the Houston Museum of Natural Science for a scavenger hunt! For this challenge, they had to go to The Morian Hall of Paleontology within the museum, which is packed with prehistoric beasts. This section of the museum does not have the same stagnant displays of ancient skeletons standing in a row that many visitors are accustomed to seeing. Rather, the predators and prey in the new paleontology hall are in action – chasing, eating, and escaping as they struggle for life. Participants had to get a photo of their team “running away” from one of these hungry beasts!

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Houston Museum of Natural Science – Cullen Hall of Gems

For this challenge, teams have to find the Cullen Hall of Gems in the Houston Museum of Natural Science. Once they found this sparkling exhibit, they had to take a picture of their team planning a heist. The Cullen Hall of Gems and Minerals is home to more than 450 beautifully crystallized mineral specimens, including some of the world’s most rare and beautiful examples.

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Why Scavenger Hunts?

We’ve explored other team-building possibilities for over 20 years, and we always come back to scavenger hunts. We’ve found them to be the most rewarding, fulfilling and human way for people to connect that’s inclusive.

There’s something for everyone. It doesn’t matter if you’re an introvert, extrovert, athlete or nerd. There’s a place for you in a cityHUNT.

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