Best for groups seeking to energize a party or networking event in a non-threatening manner. The classic game of bingo with a Dr. Clue twist.
Best for large, group dinners in a meeting or ballroom, where participants don’t know their table mates or the rest of the people in the room. Puzzle solving combined with creative performance!
Best for groups seeking a fun, energizing, networking exercise that gets people working and thinking together. Great for icebreakers, networking events, parties, cocktail hours, etc.
10 great puzzle clues leading to common locations (laundromats, gas stations, movie theaters) you might find in any large-ish city. Could be by car, could be on foot (with a little creativity). Download it and you’re ready to start hunting.
Best for adult groups seeking to create their own recreational treasure hunt: in and around their neighborhood pubs, bars and taverns.
You create your own treasure hunt: in you office, around you corporate campus, in a nearby park or museum, or out and about in your community, etc. We provide 7 fabulous puzzles (the time-consuming part); you do the scouting of locations. Voila–a hunt is born.
10 staff members from Marywood University met in Greenwich Village, New York. Their goal was to blend new staff with old, and to inspire more communication and connection going into the new school year.
A cardiovascular research group met at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Their goal was to shift from their old identity under one VP, to a new identity under two new directors.
A fun site to hold a team building exercise in Tel Aviv Event Description: A fascinating, up-tempo place to participate in a corporate teambuilding event, Tel-Aviv (in Hebrew “Hill of Spring”) –stretched along a beautiful stretch of the Mediterranean — is Israel’s largest city and its biggest commercial center. If…
A cool site to hold a team building exercise in Jerusalem Event Description: A riveting place to participate in a corporate teambuilding event, Dr. Clue’s Old City program focuses primarily on the Armenian and Jewish Quarters. A treasure hunt is often characterized by people “searching for clues through a labyrinth…