San Francisco Treasure Hunts

The San Francisco

Chinese New Year Treasure Hunt

TICKETS

2018 San Francisco
Chinese New Year Treasure Hunt
Saturday, March 3
4:00 pm to 8:00 pm (doors open at 3:00 pm)
New location: Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center gymnasium, 555 Chestnut Street between Powell & Mason Streets

BOX OFFICE DETAILS

Order tickets online through our EventBrite page. Ordering tickets early is encouraged.
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TICKETS

A maximum of 800 tickets (750 if it rains) will be sold
$45
Through January 8 (limited # available at this price)
$50
January 9 – February 9
$60
February 10 - 11
$25
Kids 14 - 17 (must be accompanied by an adult)
$15
Kids under 14 (must be accompanied by an adult)
Beginners who solved all the clues in 2016: We recommend that you move up to the Regular Division for 2017. Help make room for the newbies!

Special offer: If your company hires us to create a team-building treasure hunt, we’ll give you four free tickets to the Chinese New Year Treasure Hunt!

Partial proceeds benefit the San Francisco Circus Center.

WHAT TO BRING TO THE TREASURE HUNT

Definitely bring:

  1. Your Ticket to the 2017 Chinese New Year Treasure Hunt
  2. Comfortable footwear (you will do a lot of walking and / or running in the course of the hunt)
  3. A spirit of adventure and a zest for new experiences.

Helpful but optional items:

  1. A smart phone or tablet.
  2. Snacks or drinks in a backpack.
  3. Strongly recommended: a clipboard or piece of foamcore for your answer sheets (8-1/2”x11”)

Everyone gets a detailed map of the playing area, and every team receives an alphabetic street index. You’re encouraged to bring your own maps, guidebooks or reference works to aid in solving clues. While familiarity with San Francisco geography is an advantage, the ability to collaboratively solve a puzzle and work as a team are more important.

For non-ticketing questions please check our Chinese New Year Treasure Hunt FAQ page. For further questions, please email us at questions@sftreasurehunts.com

“I highly recommend San Francisco Treasure Hunts to any manager looking to bring their team together over an afternoon of puzzles & fun.”

Mark Provost, Salesforce
“Our team loved the hunt. I loved how (Jayson) Wechter mixes in history. He’s a really fascinating guy. Sort of part historian part tour guide, part facilitator.”

John Ghasghai, TiVo Inc.
“It worked just as well for the participants from across the country as it did for the natives.  A great team-building event!”

Eric Schmautz, Wells Fargo
“Our customized Angel Island hunt was intellectually & physically stimulating. We enjoyed rising to the challenges and would do it again. We all had a great time."

Sara Ruiz, Genentech, Inc.
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