A dynamic site to hold a team building exercise in the New York MET
Event Description: A captivating site for a corporate team building event, the Metropolitan Museum of Art (often referred to simply as ‘the Met’) is one of the world’s greatest art museums, rivaling the Louvre and Hermitage. Perfect situated on the eastern edge of Central Park, the Met first opened in 1872 with a Roman stone sarcophagus and 174 paintings. Today, the Met measures almost a quarter mile long and occupies more than two million square feet. Represented in the permanent collection are works from classical antiquity, Ancient Egypt, the European and American masters, modern art, African, Asian, Oceanic, Byzantine and Islamic art, musical instruments, weapons and armor…and that’s just the beginning!
During your corporate team building treasure hunt…you may encounter the imposing Temple of Dendur; an elegant Chinese courtyard; a golden harpsichord; Assyrian ruins and so much more!
Dr. Clue Gives You Three Ways to Customize Your Hunt Program
Not every corporate team building program is the same. Depending on your group, your focus may be integrating new people into the team and breaking down personal boundaries and divisions. Or you may have an existing department where teams could, with a little practice, cooperate and communicate more smoothly across teams and divisions. Or you might simply have a group that thrives on the use of technology. Let Dr. Clue customize your hunt program by selecting the content focus that best matches your group and your needs. Read more about our 3 ways to customize your teambuilding event.
Gather outside the museum on 5th Ave.
Introductions/Ice Breakers/Rules–30 minutes
- Stage 1 Hunt — 45 minutes (optional)
- Midbrief and Discussion of Roles & Ground Rules — 30 minutes
- Stage 2 Hunt –90-120 minutes
- Team Building Wrap-Up & Discussion–30 minutes
- Lunch/Dinner/Drinks at a Local Restaurant (optional):
Arrangements for and cost of dining not included in price quote.
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