Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, BC (indoor)
Total Hunt Time
About 3 to 4 hours, depending on options selected
Located on the Point Grey cliffs, on the campus of the University of British Columbia, Vancouver’s Museum of Anthropology was voted “Tourist Attraction of the Year – Canada” by the Canadian Travel & Tourism Industry Awards. Its cool and spacious halls house one of the world’s finest displays of Northwest Coast First Nations art in a spectacular building overlooking mountains and sea. This is the place to learn about the Kwakwaka’wakw, Nisga’a, Gitksan, Haida, Coast Salish, and other Northwest Coast peoples. Everywhere you look you find totem poles, feast dishes, and canoes – as well as the world’s largest collection of works by internationally acclaimed Haida artist Bill Reid, including his famous cedar sculpture ‘The Raven and the First Men. During your treasure here, expect to visit a two-headed snake with renowned spiritual powers; a raven with a 20-letter name; a totem pole with a sea monster and much, much more.
Gather at the entrance to the Museum of Anthropology.
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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