Twenty plus challenges. Two hours. One epic adventure. Your team will solve puzzles, complete challenges, and explore historic landmarks. On this modern day treasure hunt in New York City you will compete for the top spot in your city. You can start you scavenger hunt at any time your group is ready. Learn how it works.
Below are the top rated photos challenges that teams have completed on the Midtown Park Hopper Scavenger Hunt:
Team Rolo Dream Team: Take an epic photo with your team.
Team M&m: Take a team photo as if you were in a photo booth. Funny faces are encouraged!
Team Stephanie's Day Camp: Take an epic photo with your team.
Team Pussy Poppers!!: Show your team spirit. Take a photo in your best cheerleader poses or make a human pyramid.
Team The Avengers!: Take an epic team photo that could serve as your next album cover.
Team Funky Flaxes: Take a picture of an arch or column. If you can't find one, make one yourself!
Team Funky Flaxes: Take an epic team photo that could be a poster for your scavenger hunt!
Team Gold Team: Take a photo of a teammate posing as their favorite hero (or villain).
Team Gold Team: Take a photo of a teammate and make sure they're okay!
Team The Squirrelly Scavengers: Capture a photo of the Captain walking an imaginary runway.
Team Gold Team: Crack a joke and snap a photo of your team holding their sides.
Team Gold Team: Take a photo for this caption: 'Just two peas in a pod'
Team The Squirrelly Scavengers: Gossip columnist and author Elsa Maxwell is credited with using scavenger hunts as games at parties, effectively solidifying how scavenger hunts are perceived today.
Team Gold Team: Take a photo of the youngest person on your team trying to lick their nose.
Team The Squirrelly Scavengers: Take an epic team photo that could be a poster for your scavenger hunt!