Our San Francisco Scavenger Hunt is a year-round corporate team building activity in this superb location! This great western city features beautiful views, rolling hills, historic sites, a popular waterfront, American icons like the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz and great diversity between the various neighborhoods that are all within walking distance of downtown.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to see one of the world’s most livable cities in a way that your group has never seen it before!
Sites included in the San Francisco scavenger hunt
The Great San Francisco Scavenger Hunt will take your group to many interesting tourist locations and here is just a partial list:
- The cable cars and the cable car museum
- The Embarcadero
- Ghirardelli Square
- Fishermans’ Wharf
- Pier 39
- Coit Tower
- Lombard Street
- Grace Cathedral
- The Financial District
- Yerba Buena Gardens
We Can Customize the Ideal Team Building Activity For You
The exact locations visited by your group will depend on where you start and finish the hunt. For example, if you start in the financial district, your hunt wont include Pier 39. We can customize many other features of the hunt, just let us know what you have in mind.
A map of the hunt area
Here is a map showing the boundaries of our standard San Francisco scavenger hunt. Some groups may prefer a North Beach and/or Fisherman’s Wharf scavenger hunt.
And it is not just San Francisco team building scavenger hunts that we provide. We’ve done programs in San Jose, Foster City and Palo Alto as well. However, our San Francisco scavenger hunt is the flagship hunt in the area because of the great history, interesting architecture and pleasing walkability of the area (with the exception of the occasional small hill).
Here are some sample scavenger hunt tasks for San Francisco:
Take a photo of your team in front of the Chinatown Gate.
Take a photo of the number 1915. It has to be large!
What is buried underneath the Apollo building at Battery and Sacramento?
Who is waiting outside the Hotel Frank?
Check out some San Francisco Scavenger Hunt photos
Why is this such a great hunt location?
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