Dimensions Puzzle Hunt: "What the Tortoise Taught Us"
Puzzlers, unite! The Dimensions Puzzle Hunt is back with an all-new adventure entitled "What the Tortoise Taught Us." Produced by constructor Nathan Curtis for the 150th anniversary of the publication of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, this hunt promises an afternoon full of puzzles, conundrums, and other entertainments inspired by the work of Lewis Carroll.
MoMath's Dimensions Puzzle Hunt is a thrilling, competitive, and addictive way to spend an afternoon with friends and family, tracking down clues and solving riddles. Dimensions is meant for intrepid experts and bold novices alike, to be solved at the Museum over the course of a few hours, and features word puzzles, logic puzzles, secret codes, and prizes.
If your team of co-workers, classmates, pub trivia pals, or karaoke buddies is ready to take on the challenge, you can sign up for a unique afternoon of camaraderie, games, and fun! We recommend teams of 3-5 people. If you don't have enough for a team, we will help match you with others.
Dimensions is appropriate for adults and high school students. Please note that team slots are limited, and we encourage players to register early.
Online registration will close at 3 pm on Friday, October 2, and event details will be sent via email to all registered players after this time.
A limited number of at-door registrations will be offered at the event for a flat rate of $200 per unregistered team on a first-come, first-served basis. For individuals adding onto an existing team, the at-door registration rate will be $40 per unregistered player.
Check-in begins at 3 pm, with a brief presentation at 3:15 pm to announce rules and gameplay. We strongly encourage teams to arrive promptly or up to ten minutes early.
11 East 26th Street
New York, NY 10010
|Player Ticket||$ 35.00|