Lancaster Puzzling Adventure: Interactive Smartphone City Game
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Lancaster

Embark on a 2-hour Walking Adventure turning Lancaster into a playful quest. Utilize your smartphone as your tour guide, as you answer riddles and tackle tasks throughout the city. Entrance fee applies per group.

Duration: 3 hours
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
Highlights
  • Lancaster - Take a fun and educational trip around downtown Lancaster while surveying an eclectic array of art, shops, and historic architecture.
What's Included
  • Scavenger hunt tour for up to 12 team members.
What's Not Included
  • Food and drinks
  • Smartphone
Additional Information
  • Must have a US cellular data service plan
  • Registration Instructions will be found on the Voucher after completing purchase
Location
35 S Prince St
South Prince Street
Start address is recommended parking.
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

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Shelly_w
Mar 2, 2024
Puzzles - It was great wandering around the city finding new things to do on a later date. I am also very competitive and this puzzling adventure gave me motivation to really pay attention to what’s around me so I could get my goal time and score. It was a lot of fun!
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100deannas
Jun 30, 2023
Very fun and full of information - If you are a history buff or even someone that likes to know unique facts and see different sites of the places they visit, you should definitely do this adventure. It's only a couple of hours at the most. We had a great time.
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Tracy
Jul 26, 2023
Confusing and Disappointing - Transparency: We stopped after 15 of 26 questions. Walking through Lancaster city the night before we did this activity, we were excited for the "Puzzling Adventure" to learn more about the beautiful and historic buildings and neighborhoods that we saw and "explore the city's gems." We participated in a self-guided walking tour in Bethlehem, PA and had a very positive experience, so we were looking forward to this. The tour started at a very unremarkable parking lot, and the directions to our first stop were unclear. As a result, the first three questions were a bit of a mess. Steinman Park was a gem, so we stuck with it. I would suggest starting at a clearly recognizable site (like the giant monument in the middle of the city) and leaving parking to individuals to figure out. Once we got our bearings the directions were pretty easy to follow, but they were out of date and took us through neighborhoods that were much like any other city. There were several times that the clues were inaccessible due to construction fences that were up around required stops. During the 15 stops that we made, we read many signs and plaques posted by historical societies, researched questions on Google and learned tidbits about individuals, but we learned very little about the city itself. Again, we did not complete the activity because it was frustrating and we lost interest, so there is a possibility that things improved a great deal during the last 11 questions.
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