Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure – Seattle - 1 Day

Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure - Seattle

Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure – Seattle. Enjoy one of the best things to do in Seattle: a Seattle scavenger hunt, one of the most independent and exciting Seattle tours! Use our app to explore Seattle in this fun scavenger hunt! Use the app to find things around the city in any order you’d like, take photos, and collect points.

You can also complete challenges for points. Take a look at the rankings to see how your score compares at any point! All of our scavenger hunts have a remote host via chat to help along the way. Come out and explore in Seattle.


  • Let’s turn Seattle into a giant game board! This Amazing Scavenger Quest is an interactive smart phone adventure hunt that combines the fun of the “Amazing Race” with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Seattle.

Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure – Seattle

Welcome to the Yukon Gold Rush-built town of Seattle, now known for its Caffeine Rush.

Your Urban Adventure Quest–Seattle will begin at the renowned Seattle Center and bring you on a game path around the Space Needle and among other renowned sights of the World Fair. You then board the Monorail system from Seattle for a fast ride to the downtown region where the adventure continues.

You will proceed to the city’s secret places and hidden gems down to the Pikes Place Market and around the back roads. Your clue-solving trip will end at the Monorail station for a return trip to the Seattle Center.
Adventurous Scavenger Hunt in Seattle by Operation City Quest

So grab that big latte to-go and watch some fish fly… play the game, see the sights, and experience Seattle with a Seattle scavenger hunt in a whole fresh manner.

Part play, part town tour, this Amazing Seattle Scavenger Hunt Adventure is an interactive adventure that allows you to navigate through a destination town while seeing the sights and studying local history. You choose to play in the town and decide when.

To embark on your own interactive scavenger hunting adventure, merely connect to the web-based Quest software using your smartphone. It’s simple to set up and it’s a small cost for the whole group!

With this thrilling Seattle scavenger hunt, let’s transform Seattle into a gigantic game board! This Amazing Scavenger Quest is an interactive smartphone adventure hunt combining the “Amazing Race” fun with Seattle’s three-hour sightseeing trip.

Guided by any smartphone, your group will find its way among the city’s well-known and ignored gems, solving hints and challenging while learning local history. And, for the highest rating, you can compete against other organizations.

Adventurous Scavenger Hunt in Seattle by Wacky Walks

Using a smartphone as your “guide” enables your team to begin and determine your own pace of play whenever you want. Start in the core of the state’s capital and go on a trip through the city’s historic locations while experiencing the thrill of Sixth Street and other distinctive facets of this high-energy city as you head down to the picturesque waterfront.

Offered for a group at a fixed price as opposed to pricing per individual, this town tour / game provides great value if you’re on a budget.

Starting Location:

Seattle Center
305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109
End Location:
End Location 2nd Street & University Street
Distance: 2.0 miles
Time: 2.5- 3.0 hours
Questions: 19
Bonus Qs: 3
Additional Cost:Monorail fare

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