Boston, MA Scavenger Hunts
Welcome to Boston, a city crammed as full of delicious history and heritage as one of its famous lobster rolls. Colonial-style facades, cobbled streets and the infamous red brick line of the “Freedom Trail” give way to more culture and historical firsts than you can shake a tea bag at!
Our interactive Boston scavenger hunt makes history feels like it is alive and breathing at the tip of your fingers. Solve riddles in the graveyard of revolutionary heroes such as Samuel Adams and Paul Revere and recreate movie scenes outside of the old state house the American Declaration of Independence was first read out to the Bostonians below.
Teams will track down and unlock challenges located across the city encouraging communication, problem-solving, time management & leadership skills. There is something for everyone from multi-choice to against the clock, testing general knowledge and intellect to awesome photo and video challenges encouraging creativity and providing a great way to get to know team members better. With a live scoreboard updating throughout the event you and your co-workers will be kept on their toes throughout the most competitive and unique scavenger hunts available in Boston.
Worried About The Weather?
Don’t be! There are loads of awesome options for our Boston activities. Combine a traditional scavenger hunt along the freedom trail with our indoor activity, switching to an interactive indoor map that will guide your teams around the most dynamic marketplace in New England.
Have you really been to Boston if you haven’t gone into a traditional Boston bar? If you can’t stand the cold, head into a bar! Our challenge is the perfect option for teams that aren’t quite cut out for the New England chill.
Engaging team activities are what Wildgoose is all about and we want to give your team an experience they will not forget. All you need to take part is your smartphone loaded with the Mobile Adventures app and an open-mind! Take a look at our range of team activities available in Boston below...