Frequently Asked Questions
What is Triangle Treasure Hunt?
Triangle Treasure Hunt offers unique treasure hunt experiences where guests use their minds (and feet!) to solve puzzles, find clues, and crack codes while discovering some of the most unique and interesting places within the Triangle area of North Carolina.
Where does the treasure hunt go?
The treasure hunt experience will require you to take a walking adventure to various locations throughout Downtown Raleigh. We can’t give away too many clues just yet!
How long does it take?
The hunt lasts between 1-1.5 hours depending on how quickly your team is able to solve puzzles, find clues, and crack codes.
How many people does a team consist of?
Teams can be comprised of 1-5 people. Larger groups can split up into multiple teams.
How much does the treasure hunt cost?
Individual guests are $25/person + tax. Private bookings will be determined based on the amount of guests in your group.
What should I bring with me?
Dress comfortably, all the way down to your shoes! If you are participating in an evening treasure hunt, we will provide you a flashlight. If your phone has one, that works too. In case of rain, bring along an umbrella to protect you from the elements. We recommend bringing a bottle of water to stay hydrated during the hunt.
The experience takes place entirely outdoors and involves walking to and from various locations. Bring appropriate clothing for the weather (i.e. hats, jackets, etc.).
Are private or corporate bookings available?
Yes! Triangle Treasure Hunt is perfect for private events, birthday parties, corporate outings, or team building opportunities for groups of all sizes. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your private experience and include your group size and desired date/time.
What happens if it rains?
Triangle Treasure Hunt operates rain or shine! If the weather forecast calls for rain, we recommend bringing a jacket, poncho, or umbrella along to protect you from the elements. We only cancel experiences if there are unsafe or dangerous conditions.
How much physical activity is involved?
Participants will walk an average of 1.5 – 2.5 miles. Your own two feet on the ground is the only acceptable mode of transportation!
None of the following are permissible: personal vehicles, Uber/Lyft, taxis, buses, bicycles, rickshaws, segways, trolleys, or the new fad…scooters.
Modifications can be made for any individual with a disability who wishes to participate.