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Accomplice: New York
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Tom and Betsy Salamon’s unique adventure—part interactive theater, part scavenger hunt, part walking tour—draws participants into an amusing web of puzzles and intrigue. You can choose between the three-hour New York tour, which takes participants through various neighborhoods of lower Manhattan, or the two-hour Village tour, which travels through quirky Greenwich Village. Groups of as many as 11 are booked every half hour. 

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Don't want to give too much away, but this was definitely lots of fun! I think I've been to better organized and executed scavenger hunts, but this one definitely has some unique fun elements! Like drinks and food! We went on a public hunt and some other members of our group were not super into it, which put a bit of a damper on things, so I would definitely suggest doing it with a large group of like minded friends! Also, the 3 hour one can maybe be a bit much, for older or younger folks. Be prepared for lots of walking, map reading and meeting some interesting characters! 


If you're looking for an incredibly fun and really unique experience for a birthday, celebration, or any kind of activity in NYC, I highly recommend Accomplice! Though I did it a long time ago, I can't imagine must has changed (for the better!). Accomplice organizes massive scavenger hunts for small groups throughout the city. I believe there are two locations - South Street Seaport/Chinatown/Little Italy and through Greenwich Village. The time I did it we did ridiculous things like buy a live frog, bike across the Brooklyn Bridge to find a clue, meet a Borat-inspired personality in an Italian restaurant, and so much more. It's such a great activity to do with a group of friends while seeing parts of the city you may not usually get to.