Get a little creative this Fourth of July. Here are five fun party games to entertain all the guests at your upcoming holiday barbecue.
But if you’re tired of the usual and want to try your hand at something different for a change, here’s your list.
A one-of-a-kind scavenger hunt will take place in Hollywood Monday for fans of the hit TV show, “Breaking Bad”.
The Boys in Blue will launch a scavenger hunt Thursday, giving fans the chance to attend a sold out game and meet team owner Earvin “Magic” Johnson.
With the advent of GPS technology and smartphone applications, going on a scavenger hunt with friends has been taken to the next level, and it’s easier than ever to coordinate. Some businesses charge several hundred dollars to put on a corporate team-building scavenger hunt, but all that’s required to get your next adventure underway is the time it takes to download an app and set up or find a quest in your area.
Geocaching and letterboxing are modern day treasure hunts – instead of gold doubloons under an X in the sand, you’ll discover fun trinkets, detailed artwork, and a side of the city you’ve never seen. A great family endeavor, too.