The Great Montreal Scavenger Hunt is a team building session that allows your group to experience one of Canada’s oldest cities in a creative, active way. Our Montreal team building scavenger hunt incorporates the beautiful architecture and strong French culture and history while exploring museums, churches, office buildings and much more.
Your group will visit such interesting locations as the Museum of Canadian History, The Cours Mont-Royal Hotel, Canada’s oldest Art Museum, La Musee des Beaux-Arts, Carre Philip, St James United Church, Place du Canada, Maison Alcan, Cathedrale Christ Church, Place des Arts, Palais des Congres, St. Patrick’s Basilica, Place Ville-Marie and more.
This exciting program can be run all year long due to the extensive network of underground walkways that connects many of the buildings in the downtown. So whether you get sun, rain, snow or something else, you can be sure that your event will take place on the planned date!
Montreal Scavenger Hunt Boundaries
Here is a map depicting the area of our downtown Montreal scavenger hunt. Note that this may vary from program to program based on start and finish locations and hunt duration:
Nearby Scavenger Hunt Locations
Sample Montreal Scavenger Hunt Tasks
Take a photo of your team pretending to make snow angels, even if there is no snow.
What church in the hunt area has a neon sign?
This subway station has a stained glass window displaying the history of music in Montreal.
Take a photo of your entire team with Mont Royal in the background.
Montreal Scavenger Hunt Testimonial
Montreal Underground City Scavenger Hunt
Your Montreal team building event is now weatherproof! The Underground City, aka RESO, allows groups to travel the hunt area indoors. Need an activity for your corporate group in the winter? We can arrange an entire scavenger hunt in the underground. Planning an event in spring, summer or fall and concerned about the weather? We can plan to have your scavenger hunt outside, but teams can move inside and travel within the underground if the weather turns bad.