What do Aaron Burr’s death mask, the biggest Picasso in the U.S., surprising folk art, and a whimsical pigeon have in common? Why, they’re all things you’ll encounter during a whirlwind scavenger hunt of the New-York Historical Society! Your team will follow a trail of clues through special exhibitions and answer tricky, humorous questions about the cool stuff you discover, all along your quest to see amazing objects associated with the life and death of Alexander Hamilton. No New York history knowledge required: just bring your sharp eyes and comfy shoes. The hunt lasts one hour, can be played on any smartphone, and is FREE!
New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, between 76th and 77th Streets
Free with Museum Admission on pay-as-you-wish Friday evenings. First come, first served.
This program is part of our Summer of Hamilton series.
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