Description Our Brand New Clue Trek Virtual is our classic clue-based treasure hunt experience — transported to the internet! You and your virtual team will join your Dr. Clue facilitator in our virtual office space (powered by Sococo.com), where you’ll use video chat and screen share to work together —…Details
It’s a beloved gag in any movie wanting to make fun of school or corporate team building events: The infamous “trust exercise” where one person is supposed to close their eyes and fall into the arms of another employee… who, of course, gets distracted and lets their partner go thud.Details
“Why do you use treasure hunts rather than scavenger hunts for team building?” It’s a pretty common question we get here, and an understandable one. Using scavenger hunts for team building is a relatively common form of outdoor team building, whereas treasure hunts are less often seen. Many don’t even…Details
In the event you’ve been thinking about integrating some outdoor team building activities into your employee development programs, we’ve got one big piece of advice for you: ALWAYS create a team agreement beforehand!Details
There’s an old story that goes like this: “An elderly man has endured the insults of a crowd of ten-year-olds each day as they passed his house on their way home from school. One afternoon, after listening to another round of jeers about how stupid and ugly and bald…Details
Our Most Popular San Francisco Team Building Event Venue Description: Your Dr. Clue corporate teambuilding exercise in North Beach/Chinatown moves from the exotic streets of Hong Kong (or so it seems) to the boulevards of Rome or Florence. It’s like 2 countries in one! Neighborhood History: First the Italians came. …Details
Congratulations. You made it to the end of the hunt!
Your final password is: “Penguin“
Please find Dr. Clue and tell him the password.
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A cool site to hold a team building exercise between Trenton and Princeton, NJ Event Description: The brainchild of sculptor and philanthropist J. Seward Johnson in 1984, Grounds for Sculpture (GFS) is the ideal place to experience contemporary sculpture in a familiar, accessible, and informal setting. The home of over…Details