MetroDemic Scavenger Hunts Los Angeles
Where is it at?
MetroDemic Scavenger Hunts
630 W 5th Street
Where are we going today?
Want to spend the day running around Los Angeles trying to save the city from outbreaks ravaging the city? That's exactly what kids can do when they take part in MetroDemic Scavenger Hunts!
MetroDemic Scavenger Hunts is a game that can be played within the city at any time! How? Because you just download the hunts on your phone, and then you have it to use whenever you please. How cool is that!
The idea of the game is that there are virtual bumbling scientists waiting with a map of the city for you. The map gets downloaded onto your smartphone, and then you have to hustle as a family, on foot, within a 3-block radius of the iconic US Bank Tower.
When you reach each outbreak site, your team (your family) will have to really dig deep into that memory bank, and answer fun and bizarre challenge questions. Topics range from the 1984 Summer Olympics, to celebrity wedding disasters!
Of course, you have Google there to help, but try and do it without - it's more fun!
When you get a question right, you save lives! Good for you! But...when you get a question wrong, that outbreak will get worse. Make sure you pay attention, because the story will keep unfolding, and the epidemic might just take a life of it's own!
MetroDemic Scavenger Hunts are a super fun and unique way to see the city, and for those active kids to get out and about. The hunts are PG rated, so more suitable for the older kids, but you know everyone who plays will have a great time!
So let's get out there and save Los Angeles!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$45 per team
- ChildrenSame as adult
When can we go?
Any time you like!
All year round!
It's great for working as a team, so why not get the students involved!.
There are plenty of places in the area to grab food once you've finished!.
Make sure you take bottled water with you.
Any Top Tips?
You need a smart phone to play, and the games last up to around 90 minutes.
Need a little extra help?
The game is a physical one, and requires 90 minutes of walking and standing. There are also steps and walkways.
You can play with up to 4 people per team.
What people are saying?
by Josh Carlson
Plenty to see and do in this popular Fort Worth destination. Play in the fountain, stroll past the shops, admire the seamless blend of old and new Deco architecture, and enjoy a meal on any number of outdoor patios. Pokéstops abound in this family-friendly haven.
by Jose Camarillo
Sundance squere is a great place to meet up with friends and family. What makes Sundance Square really special is the events they have here like concerts, movies and plays free of cost. Recently it has been a place to meet up with other Pokémon Go players.
by Brentny McCune
It's such a beautiful area set right in the middle of downtown Fort Worth. It's nice to walk around and admire some of the architecture of the city. At night it's very magical, especially with the water fountains.
by Matt Blair
This is one of my favorite spots in Ft. Worth. There are tons of shops and dinning options all around this hub of the city. It is a great spot to come and relax. They have a large water exhibit kids can run through if you don't mind them getting wet. lots of seating, and a Starbucks in the square itself.
by Trey Lanzer
A very nice place in downtown Ft. Worth where you can just sit down, relax, and enjoy your day. A place to take in some good views of the downtown area. Great when the weather is cooperating.