Tiny Doors of Atlanta

Learn about our city with a fun hunt through parks or well-known landmarks.

Clue Town Books 

This series of walkable hunts leads your family searching around Atlanta with clues. Hunters use landmarks to solve puzzles and the solutions reveal how to get to the next checkpoint. Choose from Emory University, Piedmont Park and more. Purchase a book on the website or at local retailers.

Tiny Doors of Atlanta

These miniature doors are handcrafted and painted to go along with their locations, and some even include tiny figurines and pets. Find Tiny Doors of Atlanta at Krog Street Tunnel, Old Fourth Ward Skatepark, King of Pops and more.

The Secret Doors of Decatur

The Secret Doors of Decatur can be found at the Decatur Visitor Center, Wylde Center and more. Artists hand painted or decorated these doors and placed many at well-known Decatur landmarks.

Scavenger Hunt Atlanta

Sign up for one of these adventures, which are custom designed for each family or group, and no two are the same. Past examples include the City Scavenger Hunt and the ATL Mad Dash, which includes the use of MARTA stations. Visit the website or call to request a custom hunt.

Big City Hunt

Download the Big City Hunt app for a 2-hour excursion around Atlanta. Purchase tickets on the app or website, and gather a team of one to 30 players. Each person will have an interactive role in the hunt from fun photo challenges, local trivia and riddles. Earn points by completing the activities.

The Urban Adventure Quest

This website offers another option to hunt around downtown Atlanta starting at Centennial Olympic Park. After purchasing, downloading and creating a profile, follow clues from your phone, complete challenges and earn points.

6 Best Scavenger Hunts in Atlanta
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