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New Orleans: 3-Hour Interactive Scavenger Hunt

Product ID: 25626
Experience a unique tour of New Orleans on this 3-hour interactive scavenger hunt. From the waterfront, along the Mississippi, and through the bustling marketplaces to Jackson Square, learn all about the city's rich history as you compete to win the game!
About this activity
Duration: 3 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Combine the educational elements of a guided tour with the thrill of a competitive scavenger hunt
  • See the sights of New Orleans as you play, from its famous landmarks to its overlooked gems
  • Experience a completely unique way of interacting with "The Big Easy"
Full description
Turn New Orleans into a giant board game with the Urban Adventure Quest interactive scavenger hunt. Combine the thrill of the race with a unique sightseeing experience of the city.

Beginning near the downtown waterfront, let your smart phone guide you along the Mississippi river and through some of the city's renowned marketplaces, solving riddles, finding clues, and completing challenges, all the while discovering more about the area's history.

Hustle through the sights and sounds of the city, from Jackson Square along its many fabled streets, meandering through famous landmarks as well as New Orlean's many overlooked treasures. There are few tours of the city quite as exciting, and even fewer as unique!

Points of Interest on Your Quest:
• Spanish Plaza
• Water Front
• French Market
• Cafe Du Monde
• Jackson Square
• Washington Artillery and Cabildo
• Bourbon Street
Includes
  • Smart phone scavenger hunt access for 1 team
What’s Not Included
  • Smart phone or iPad with internet access
  • Transportation to the starting point

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Meet at the corner of Poydras Street and Convention Center Boulevard. The tour is guided by your smart phone, so you will not be met by a tour operator. Public parking is available at Harrah's Casino or in the direct area.

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Important information
Know before you go
Teams may be as large as you like, although the game typically works best with no more than 6 people on each. Larger groups can be split up to compete for the best point score and time. Each team needs to purchase a Quest with a unique email address and password.

All the information you need to start the game will be sent to your smart phone.

We suggest bringing water, snacks, money, a city map, calculator, pencil, paper, and of course, a fully charged smart phone.

From US$ 44 Per group up to 6

Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 9 reviews

Review summary

  • Service
    4.8 / 5
  • Organization
    5 / 5
  • Value for money
    5 / 5
  • Safety
    4.8 / 5
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Awesome, fun & educational!

I live in Baton Rouge, only 80 miles from New Orleans so I've been MANY times during my life. This scavenger hunt was so fun, learned so much about New Orleans I didn't know & saw places/things I didn't know about. I highly recommend this to locals and visitors alike. Really fun & loved that you can go at your own pace.

March 26, 2019

A great way to start our trip!

We got to New Orleans and had to wait for our room, so we left our bags and went out on our scavenger hunt. It was a great way to get a taste of New Orleans. We found our way around the city and got our bearings. It was a great start!

February 21, 2018

Fun & Interactive

This was a fun tour and gave an interesting exposure to the City of New Orleans. It was a hot day when we did it with a lot of walking. It took us from the Riverfront to the top of the French Quarter, as well as in between, * Using puzzles like word searches made the experience more interactive. It took us about 3 hours which was well beyond the suggested time frame.. so plan accordingly. * We had disagreement with a couple of the answers.. still have confusion about our very first question. Sometimes, it was better not to think to deeply and make sure you use any info presented in front of you. Don't assume you know the answer. * Even with a new phone and battery, I exhausted my battery by teh final question. So, have a backup. * We would be excited to do this scavenger in other cities that we visit.

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May 28, 2016

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Urban Adventure Quest

Product ID: 25626