New Orleans scavenger hunt

New Orleans Scavenger Hunt

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    Host a New Orleans French Quarter Scavenger Hunt Party! This scavenger hunt is a light-hearted and entertaining challenge that allows you and your guests to compete in an ultimate race against time. The party will be a huge success for any occasion as long as you and your guests relax, strategize and take some hilarious proof pictures to provide lifelong memories. If you live by the French Quarter or if you are planning an awesome party in Cajun country, you have GOT to host 'The Fabulous French Quarter Scavenger Hunt Party.'

    This hunt was last updated on 11/11/17. 

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    Game rules:


    Your guests will draw for teams, pick team leaders, and then with sealed scavenger hunt task envelope in hand - it is game on! The teams navigate their way about the French Quarter to complete as many of the awesome scavenger hunt tasks as possible while taking hilarious 'picture proofs' of the tasks for the judging session back at home base when the time is up!

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    Example tasks
     Head over to Lafitte’s Blacksmith Bar on Bourbon Street (the oldest structure used as a bar in the United States). Get a picture proof made of your team under the front sign posing as blacksmiths. Be creative! Bonus point if you take a restroom selfie!
    Go to the Crescent City Brewhouse on Decatur Street and have your picture made underneath the 'Oyster Bar' sign. Two team members should pose like oysters. Be creative!
    Have your favorite cocktail (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) at 'One-Eyed Jacks' on Toulouse Street. Get a picture proof of your team enjoying the cocktails.


    Can you imagine that? Hysterical! And these are only four of the thirty fun tasks you will find in the game kit!

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    1. It was fun!

      What I really liked about the scavenger hunt was that it was all in the French Quarter and the locations / businesses were all historically significant. We only had 4 people and the 4 of us went together and took basic photos at each place. We stopped and shopped, bought candy, had drinks, so we did not make all 28 locations, but what we did do were all really interesting. Great time and great locations! Next time I want to go to all 28 places / locations. on Nov 17th 2016

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