Sometimes it’s the little treasures in life that make all the difference. Find out more about My Treasure Quest below.
Excitement, Adventure, & Fun!
My Treasure Quest is designed to help friends and family spend a bit more time together. With a common goal (the loot), some problem solving, and a bit of the outdoors, My Treasure Quest will let you experience the thrill of the chase without spending decades researching treasures lost to time.
With only a limited number of treasure hunters allowed to participate in many of the quests, there’s no need to worry about the masses beating you to the loot.
We aim to make treasure hunting realistic for everyone. Our quests are designed to engage smaller groups of people, provide meaningful (but not life altering) rewards, and encourage getting outdoors.
Treasure Tubes & URLs
Small booty. Big fun. The MTQ treasure tubes and hidden URLs are what you’re after!
No oceans to cross or mountains to climb. Phew!
Designed for all ages to enjoy. A simple and fun family activity. Both indoors and outdoors for the various quests.
Quest opportunities come up about once per week.
Small & Engaging
Each physical and virtual time sensitive quest is limited to approximately 150 adventurers. While finding the treasure is the goal, the real fun is in the quest itself. Each quest has a pre-sale period and then all adventures gain access to the clues at the same time. Additionally, quests are designed to be local so no need to book airfare or an ocean liner.
Upcoming & Active Quests
Don’t miss a chance to get you hands on the booty!
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