Explore brand new cities or your beloved hometown with the ScavengerHunt.Com! App. These interactive, competitive and fun scavenger hunts are being played in over 200 cities worldwide.
How It Works
The app will seamlessly guide you to the best landmarks and hidden gems around a city. With the app, a built in map means you’ll never stray far from the course.
Receive questions at each landmark. Answers can be found on location hidden in plaques, art or on the buildings themselves.
Work together with your team of 1-10 people. Each person on your team will choose an interactive role and they’ll receive text and photo challenges along the way.
More Roles = More Fun
There are more than 100 roles to choose from, including special roles to match the season or occasion.
Guide your team as a reindeer during Christmas. Complete outrageous challenges before your bachelorette party tackles the big wedding. Celebrate every birthday with a special adventure. Make date night electric with heartwarming tasks.
Play To Win!
With every challenge tackled by your team, you’ll collect points. Play to win and you can top your city’s leaderboard or explore slowly to build those lasting memories. So long as you’re having fun.
Easy To Book, Easy To Play
There’s no need for a reservation to play and hunts are suitable for all ages and occasions. Play with friends, kids, co-workers or a new crush. Simply assemble your team and start the hunt whenever you like, wherever you like.
--We added over 200+ hunts in 300+ cities
--Added new roles
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Savannah Scavenger Adventurous
This was a fun way to learn about the cities’ history and hunted places. We did the hunt with our teen kids and we all had a blast. Thumbs up!
App doesn’t work; stupid
I was just in a group of 4 that did this in Scottsdale. We were all supposed to do the hunt in different roles. The app doesn’t seem to support more than a single person/role; I couldn’t see how to connect this app to my role in the hunt. The hunt itself wasn’t that good. There are much better walking tours put out by the city. Geocaching is much better. Although it did take us to a few interesting places, a lot of it was just plain stupid. Take goofy pictures of ourselves and upload them for worthless “points”? Why? Beyond that, it didn’t even work right. Pictures sometimes wouldn’t upload (possibly a cell phone issue), and pictures wouldn’t upload from the photo library (a web app issue, and something they need to fix). Time limits to do stupid human tricks would expire because the uploads weren’t working. Just avoid this and do something fun. Find a real walking tour.
A compass on the map and more exact directions would other than travel ‘a little ‘ ways down the street.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.