I love Halloween, and we love all the traditions that come with it. Actually, no, I'm too much of a wimp for most scary movies, and I think candy corn is pretty vile. But the general idea of Halloween? Here for it. And if you know how we do things, you know where this is going: we've got a Halloween scavenger hunt just for you. You can't spell haunt without hunt, y'know.
Back in 2020 we created a virtual scavenger hunt for all those folks wearing costumes at their desks, and it was a total blast. But now that we can, y'know, go outside? It's time for an in-person hunt that's full of silly, spooky, fun.
We built the Haunted Hunt in Grapevine as a way to celebrate Halloween all October long. Like all our hunts, it's a wild search through town, a quest to unlock riddles and answer clues before time runs out. You travel on foot through this historic town and examine statues, plaques, and decorations in an effort to solve a spooky puzzle.
Grapevine is already pretty spooky. There's the old calaboose jail that held prisoners years ago. Ghost sightings abound at the old hotels on Main Street. And visitors to the wineries have spotted all sorts of visions, particularly after a glass or three. Heck, there's a dang hearse parked on the corner of Franklin!
With the scavenger hunt, we've created a rib-tickling riddle that will put your braaaains to work. Explore the town as a team and search for the answers to puzzles and clues. If you're a fraidy cat, don't worry. No zombies are going to chase you, nothing's going to leap out and say boo. The scariest thing you'll face is some tricky puzzles, and maybe your competition.
Grapevine is known as the Christmas Capital of Texas, and it's a fair designation in December. But before that, the Halloween decor covers the city in pumpkin-colored delights, a fantastic celebration of fall and the changing seasons.
A very short drive from DFW Airport, Grapevine is an easy trip from most neighborhoods in Dallas. Treat yourself to a trip to a charming town with plenty of restaurants, nightlife, wine-tasting, and thrilling cowboy history. And while you're there, don't forget to try the Haunted Hunt.
Costumes are, of course, encouraged, and there will be plenty of tricks as well as treats for all. It's a fun, funny way to mark the season without scaring yourself too much. It's an ideal team building activity and perfect for Halloween fun with friends in Grapevine Texas.
If you're planning a Halloween team building event in the DFW area, the Haunted Hunt is a great option. Wondering how to throw a halloween party in Grapevine? We're a great place to start. If you want a unique way to celebrate Halloween in North Texas, check out the Haunted Hunt.
Who knows, maybe you'll even score some candy corn.
Get in touch today to book an event with us, and find out how we can make your Halloween celebration a treat!