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Things to do in Fredericton, New Brunswick

Things to do in Fredericton, History of Fredericton

Are you looking for things to do in Fredericton, New Brunswick? This Scavenger Hunt takes you on a self-guided walking tour, with challenges through the heart of the city.

See all the sights while having fun and learning some history! You will walk from the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly to Science East, Officer’s Square, City Hall and back again. All the while, you’ll take numerous side trips to discover more sites while taking on various challenges. Our Fredericton Tourist Scavenger Hunt was developed and tested in August 2018.

You will start your adventure in front of the Fredericton Convention Center and the Playhouse. Follow the instructions on your smartphone to solve challenges and get instructions to your next destination. The challenges are varied in difficulty and types to keep you entertained. They’re good for all ages.

You should plan a good 3 hours for this activity, wear comfortable shoes and be certain your phone is fully charged. As well, you’ll need a data plan as WiFi will not be enough. Further, a street map and bottled water could come in handy.

Things to do in Fredericton? See the sites!

Things to do in Fredericton, History of FrederictonOver your 2-hour adventure through the city, you will see:

  • Science East
  • Fredericton Museum
  • New Brunswick Legislative Assembly
  • Beaverbrook Art Gallery
  • Christ Church Cathedral
  • Officer’s Square
  • Old Government House
  • Wilmot Park
  • John River
  • Westmorland Bridge
  • Riverfront Trail
  • Fredericton Boyce Farmers Market
  • And more

Scavenger Hunt

Our scavenger hunt is a self-guided walking tour of the see you can do on your smartphone. Over 3 hours, it’ll take you to all the significant sites, teach you some history, and challenge you with puzzles and various questions. You’ll never walk more than 5 minutes between stops. Take as long, or as little, as you wish as you’re in control of your page on this adventure. Above all, we hope you have fun!

Learn more about the Fredericton Tourist Scavenger Hunt on our description page.

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COVID-19 update for Tourist Scavenger Hunt

COVID19 update

COVID19 updateWe wish to keep you informed about our status during the COVID-19 outbreak. More specifically, we want to reassure our clients, and those planning to try a scavenger hunt in the coming weeks.

First off, rest assured that we are currently free of the virus. We live on the South Shore of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. As of March 13, 3 pm, there are only 17 confirmed cases in Quebec. Extraordinary measures have already been taken by the government to prevent things from getting out of hand.

We care about your safety and your health. As such, we don’t only comply with our government’s recommendation. We are paying close attention to those of the governments where we operate as well. That includes the United States, France, Netherlands, Portugal, Austria, Hungary, and the Czech Republic.

Scavenger Hunt Status

Our scavenger hunts will remain available throughout this crisis. Our activity is one you engage in with 1 to 5 other persons for a period of approximately 3 hours. 

There is no expiry date on your scavenger hunt. Should you choose not to do it now because of the outbreak, we totally understand.

You can do it anytime in the future, at your leisure.

However, we recognize some of you have bought our activity as part of a trip that you may have canceled. Know that we will honor all requests to transfer your purchase for any other scavenger hunt of your choosing.

Large crowds

As our activities normally lead you through important tourist locations, you would normally encounter many people, Times Square, Place Jacques Cartier, Praça do Comércio, Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre and Fisherman’s Wharf are such examples.

Governments have forbidden events and gatherings of over 250 people. Due to the current situation, we believe you are unlikely to encounter large crowds along your scavenger hunt, should you wish to proceed to do so at this time.

Sanitary conditions

As we are not responsible for the cleanliness of the public places our activity leads you through, we encourage you to stay safe by wearing gloves and avoid touching the various monuments and info-signs we identify. 

Further, we encourage you to refrain from using handrails, unless you are wearing gloves. You don’t know who touched them before you, and whether or not they were infected.

Customer Support

Our customer support will remain available throughout this period, as it normally is.

You can reach us through our online form, by email at info@touristscavengerhunt.com, by phone at 514-949-5201, or by text at 475-215-1013.

We are here to answer any questions you may have.

Our Plans

As the level of activity decreases during this time, we’re making the most of that newly available time.

We will be making available in the coming weeks English versions for the following scavenger hunts :

  • Vienna Ringstrass
  • Vienna Historic Center
  • Prague Old City
  • Prague Castle
  • Amsterdam

Further, we are, so far, planning on developing many new scavenger hunts in the UK, 1 in Philadelphia, 2 in New York City, and 1 in Brussels, which we will test this summer. 

This is of course if the situation takes a turn for the better. Otherwise, they will be tested at a later date.

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Things to do in Moncton, New Brunswick

things to do in Moncton, history of Moncton

Are you looking for things to do in Moncton, New Brunswick? This Scavenger Hunt takes you on a self-guided walking tour, with challenges through the heart of the city.

See all the sights while having fun and learning some history! You will walk from the Moncton Public Library to Riverfront Park, to the Aberdeen Centre by way of the Moncton Events Center. All the while, you’ll take numerous side trips to discover more sites while taking on various challenges. Our Moncton Tourist Scavenger Hunt was developed and tested in August 2018.

You will start your adventure in front of the Marriott Beauséjour. Follow the instructions on your smartphone to solve challenges and get instructions to your next destination. The challenges are varied in difficulty and types to keep you entertained. They’re good for all ages.

You should plan a good 3 hours for this activity, wear comfortable shoes and be certain your phone is fully charged. As well, you’ll need a data plan as WiFi will not be enough. Further, a street map and bottled water could come in handy.

Things to do in Moncton? See the sites!

things to do in Moncton, history of MonctonOver your 3-hour adventure through the city, you will see:

  • Bore View Park
  • Riverfront Park
  • Resurgo Place
  • Capitol Theatre
  • City Hall
  • Municipal Court
  • Moncton Market
  • Parc des arts du Sommet
  • Moncton Events Center
  • Théâtre l’Escaouette
  • Aberdeen Centre
  • And more

Scavenger Hunt

Our scavenger hunt is a self-guided walking tour of the see you can do on your smartphone. Over 3 hours, it’ll take you to all the significant sites, teach you some history, and challenge you with puzzles and various questions. You’ll never walk more than 5 minutes between stops. Take as long, or as little, as you wish as you’re in control of your page on this adventure. Above all, we hope you have fun!

Learn more about the Moncton Tourist Scavenger Hunt on our description page.

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Things to do in Midtown New York

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Are you looking for things to do in Midtown New York? This Scavenger Hunt takes you on a self-guided walking tour, with challenges through the heart of the city.

See all the sights while having fun and learning some history! You will walk from the New York Public Library to Times Square, to Radio City Music Hall and the Waldorf Astoria hotel. All the while, you’ll take numerous side trips to discover more sites while taking on various challenges. Our Midtown New York Tourist Scavenger Hunt was developed and tested in May 2018.

You will start your adventure in front of Grand Central Terminal. Follow the instructions on your smartphone to solve challenges and get instructions to your next destination. The challenges are varied in difficulty and types to keep you entertained. They’re good for all ages.

You should plan a good 3 hours for this activity, wear comfortable shoes and be certain your phone is fully charged. As well, you’ll need a data plan as WiFi will not be enough. Further, a street map and bottled water could come in handy.

Things to do in Midtown New York? See the sites!

things to do in Midtown New York, history of midtown new yorkOver your 3-hour adventure through the city, you will see:

  • Grand Central Terminal
  • New York Public Library
  • Bryant Park
  • Times Square
  • MetLife Building
  • Madame Tussauds New York
  • Radio City Music Hall
  • Waldorf Astoria
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Patrick’s Cathedral
  • Saks Fifth Avenue
  • And more

Scavenger Hunt

Our scavenger hunt is a self-guided walking tour of the see you can do on your smartphone. Over 3 hours, it’ll take you to all the significant sites, teach you some history, and challenge you with puzzles and various questions. You’ll never walk more than 5 minutes between stops. Take as long, or as little, as you wish as you’re in control of your page on this adventure. Above all, we hope you have fun!

Learn more about the Midtown New York Tourist Scavenger Hunt on our description page.

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Things to do in Montreal’s Entertainment District

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Are you looking for things to do in Montreal’s Entertainment District? This Scavenger Hunt takes you on a self-guided walking tour, with challenges through the heart of the city.

See all the sights while having fun and learning some history! You will walk from the Place des Arts to the Black Watch Highland Regiment, Monument National and St-Denis Theatre. All the while, you’ll take numerous side trips to discover more sites while taking on various challenges. Our Montreal’s Entertainment District Tourist Scavenger Hunt was developed and tested in March 2018.

You will start your adventure in front of Place Des Arts. Follow the instructions on your smartphone to solve challenges and get instructions to your next destination. The challenges are varied in difficulty and types to keep you entertained. They’re good for all ages.

You should plan a good 3 hours for this activity, wear comfortable shoes and be certain your phone is fully charged. As well, you’ll need a data plan as WiFi will not be enough. Further, a street map and bottled water could come in handy.

Things to do in Montreal’s Entertainment District? See the sites!

things to do in Montreal's Entertainment DistrictOver your 3-hour adventure through the city, you will see:

  • Place des Arts
  • The contemporary art museum of Montreal
  • Desjardins Complex
  • Nouveau Monde Theatre
  • Club Soda
  • MTelus Theatre
  • UQAM
  • St-Denis Theatre
  • BAnQ great library
  • Montreal Friendship Gate
  • Quebecois Cinematheque
  • Gesù
  • Imperial Cinema
  • And more

Scavenger Hunt

Our scavenger hunt is a self-guided walking tour of the see you can do on your smartphone. Over 3 hours, it’ll take you to all the significant sites, teach you some history, and challenge you with puzzles and various questions. You’ll never walk more than 5 minutes between stops. Take as long, or as little, as you wish as you’re in control of your page on this adventure. Above all, we hope you have fun!

Learn more about Montreal’s Entertainment District Tourist Scavenger Hunt on our description page.

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Things to do in Lower Manhattan

things to do in Lower Manhattan, history of lower manhattan

Are you looking for things to do in Lower Manhattan? This Scavenger Hunt takes you on a self-guided walking tour, with challenges through the heart of the city.

See all the sights while having fun and learning some history! You will walk from Battery Park to Ground Zero, to City Hall and Federal Hall. All the while, you’ll take numerous side trips to discover more sites while taking on various challenges. Our Lower Manhattan Tourist Scavenger Hunt was developed and tested in May 2019.

You will start your adventure in Bowling Green Park. Follow the instructions on your smartphone to solve challenges and get instructions to your next destination. The challenges are varied in difficulty and types to keep you entertained. They’re good for all ages.

You should plan a good 3 hours for this activity, wear comfortable shoes and be certain your phone is fully charged. As well, you’ll need a data plan as WiFi will not be enough. Further, a street map and bottled water could come in handy.

Things to do in Lower Manhattan? See the sites!

things to do in Lower Manhattan, history of lower manhattanOver your 3-hour adventure through the city, you will see:

  • New York City Hall
  • World Trade Center
  • Trinity Church
  • 9/11 Tribute Museum
  • Battery Park
  • Governors Island
  • Statue of Liberty
  • Ellis Island
  • Castle Clinton
  • Wall Street
  • New York Stock Exchange
  • Brooklyn Bridge
  • And more

Scavenger Hunt

Our scavenger hunt is a self-guided walking tour of the see you can do on your smartphone. Over 3 hours, it’ll take you to all the significant sites, teach you some history, and challenge you with puzzles and various questions. You’ll never walk more than 5 minutes between stops. Take as long, or as little, as you wish as you’re in control of your page on this adventure. Above all, we hope you have fun!

Learn more about the Lower Manhattan Tourist Scavenger Hunt on our description page.