Sukkot Scavenger Hunts

Do something different this Sukkot!

Playing the ScaVentures City Dash game you will have fun, you’ll feel like you’re on vacation, you’ll explore a new area and you’ll keep away from other people – all in your own time and at your own pace (we expect the game will take you around 2 hours).

Nachlaot Scavenger Hunt & City Dash

Looking for an interactive, outdoor and fun way to learn about the history of the one of Jerusalem’s oldest neighborhoods?

Nachlaot is one of Jerusalem’s best-kept secrets, and on this tour game, you will discover this colorful, surprising and eclectic neighborhood. You will get to know the pioneers of the early Jerusalem neighborhood, you will make your way through alleys and you will peek into the Machaneh Yehuda market – all this while engaging with the unique Nachlaot vibe.

Participants are divided into small groups and each person is given a role – photographer, scribe, guide and more.

Old City Scavenger Hunt & City Dash

Looking for an interactive, outdoor and fun way to learn about the history of the Old City of Jerusalem? A Jerusalem Old City Scavenger Hunt is the answer. Play this fun game with your whole family, race against other teams as you solve riddles and clues that take you to your next destination.

Explore the Old City and learn about its history and discover on route the untold secrets of the Jewish Quarter. The tales of inspiring people, ancient places and tremendous events will come to life as you explore your route with maps and mission packs in hand.

Participants are divided into small groups and each person is given a role – photographer, scribe, guide and more.

Valley of Ghosts (Emek Refaim) Scavenger Hunt & City Dash

Looking for a fun and interactive, outdoor and fun way to learn about the history of Emek Refaim, in the heart of the German Colony? A Jerusalem Valley of Ghosts Scavenger Hunt is the answer. Solve riddles and clues in a dash from destination to the next! Discover the story of the founders of the colony and learn more about the rich history of the neighborhood, which dates back to the late 19th century.

Participants are divided into small groups and each person is given a role – photographer, scribe, guide and more.

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