Earlier this month, Museum Hack announced a contest to give away two tickets to a new VIP Tour of the de Young museum right here in San Francisco. The contest will run throughout the month of July with the winner being announced on August 8th.

Team members from Stripe, a UK-based payment processing company on a Museum Hack team building tour in SF.

Team members from Stripe, a UK-based payment processing company on a Museum Hack team building tour in SF.

Fast-Paced and Unconventional Museum Tours

Museum Hack is a renegade tour company founded by entrepreneur, and former museum-cynic, Nick Gray. Museum Hack got its start in New York City and is designed to engage individuals who wouldn’t typically be interested in a museum tour. Museum Hack has recently expanded its operations to Washington D.C. and now, San Francisco. They offer two tours at the de Young Museum.

Valued at almost $140, these tickets could be your pass to a great date night or fun evening with friends. Museum Hack offers a “by locals, for locals” tour that highlights the lesser known, strange, and salacious details of the de Young Museum. Their tours are guaranteed not to disappoint.

But wait, there’s more!

Museum Hack has also developed an excellent approach to team building. Museum Hack has created customized team bonding events for a large number of companies (like Facebook, Google, and Adobe) in New York City, Washington DC, and the Bay Area. These events remain in the same vein as their zany, fast-paced, renegade public tours and have helped employers see a huge ROI within their company as their team members laugh, play, and learn together.

Keep an eye on Museum Hack for exciting new public tours or contact them to set up a customized team bonding tour for your company.

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