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Urban Capers Scavenger Hunts combine art and history with clever questions, all set in beautiful cultural locations. We operate around historic neighbourhoods like the St. Lawrence neighbourhood and Kensington Market, and at cultural destinations such as the Royal Ontario Museum and Distillery District. You are not collecting items, but rather answers to tricky and humorous trivia questions, all while exploring some of the city’s fascinating corners.
Urban Caper: Murder at the ROM
A curator has been murdered and a trail of clues left behind, connected to secrets in the collections. As you gather clues, you’ll begin to piece together a tale of greed, lust, pride, and revenge. Teams of two to six sleuths travel through the museum galleries, hot on the trail of a killer in this whodunnit.
Urban Caper: Kensington and Chinatown Caper
Uncover history, folklore, graffiti and street foods of the world in this scavenger hunt through Toronto’s most multicultural corner. Explore early Toronto architecture, haunted locales, teahouses, vintage shops and ethnic markets – all while answering our tricky trivia questions.
Urban Capers: Haunted Toronto Scavenger Hunt
Tales of intrigue, betrayal, and revenge abound on this evening scavenger hunt after dark through Toronto’s most haunted places… Search for gargoyles in the ivy, creepy public art and architecture, all while challenging yourself with Urban Capers’ tricky questions along the way.
Urban Capers: The Great Whisky Heist Mystery
In the Roaring Twenties, a huge shipment of whisky was stolen from the Gooderham & Worts Distillery and disappeared forever. Recent renovations turned up new evidence and with the help of Ernest Hemingway’s diary you may finally be able to solve The Great Whisky Heist Mystery.
Urban Capers: Secrets of St. Lawrence
Explore the roots of Toronto in and around the St. Lawrence Market, with stops at a hanging square, Toronto’s first post office and a grand vaudeville theatre. Wander into the building where Toronto’s first mayor held court, find street corner where electric lights lit up the night for the first time, and stroll through park dedicated to a notorious spy.