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Team Building in San Francisco

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    Wildly creative team building scavenger hunts customized for any occasion or group size in San Francisco!

    Back in 2001, we ran our first cellphone-led, team building scavenger hunt here in San Francisco. And fortunately for all, it was a big hit. Ever since, we've been running games in the Bay Area almost daily. San Francisco remains one of the most dynamic and exciting places to play.

    If you're not from here, you might be a little scared of what you might find during a Go Game in San Francisco. And if you are from here, you'll definitely be scared of what you find here. Original hippies in the Haight? Stressed out businessmen in the Embarcadero? Nerdy engineers in grey hoodies? Caffeinated poets in North Beach? Liberal vegan yoga teachers? Actually, those LVYT types are everywhere.

    San Francisco: it's really the only city strange enough to have produced The Go Game.

    The Go Game Team Building San Francisco

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    Embarcadero

    The Embarcadero is a great game zone, and it's incredibly convenient if you want to stay close to the office. Explore the waterfront, local vendors, hidden clues and more! The area is a bustling mecca of San Francisco's workforce and artisanal treats. Is that banker just blabbering into his cell, or is he part of the game? The only way to find out is by playing!


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    Fisherman's Wharf

    The Wharf is tourist heaven. Sure it's a cliché of a cliché, but it holds its own as a game zone. The views across the bay are amazing, the t-shirts are cheap, and it's always bustling. Pier 39 has its own street performers, carousels, and lots of fried dough! Highlights include the Maritime Museum, a real beach, and a man disguised as a bush. Find the nooks and crannies the tourists never dare to discover.

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    Haight-Ashbury

    Keeping the 'hip' in 'hippie' and the 'tree' in 'street theater,' the Haight has the street culture to make for a dazzling game. The game is home to landmarks like the Red Vic, Amoeba records and Golden Gate Park. This game zone is truly a San Francisco original!




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    The Mission

    The hipster capital of the West Coast, now known as the Valencia Corridor, is your new game zone! Conspiring latte-sipping WiFi users and undercover gelato vendors pepper the sunny streets with the flavor of mystery! Your own awe-inspiring performances will take place against a backdrop of a selection of the world's most inspiring urban art. Our Mission game is guaranteed to make for a colorful experience for you and your team.

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    Union Square

    Recently remodeled, the Union Square area is truly an international delight, packed with wealthy shoppers, cable-car riding tourists, spray-painted gold people and the occasional soap-box preacher. These forces co-mingle to create a really hopping game zone.

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    North Beach

    Home of the Beatnik Generation, North Beach is probably SF's most historically rich neighborhood. Old Italian cappucino-sippers, Tai-Chi aficionados and Party-Bros co-mingle to create a flavor all its own. The games here typically start in Washington Square Park and wrap up in any number of the great restaurants that fill the neighborhood. 
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    Chinatown

    The Chinatown game zone centers around Grant Street, probably the most colorful strip in the all of San Francisco. It's a hive of activity, with street vendors, fruit markets, and tourist shops all vying to out-do one another. Your team will have a memorable adventure here, and learn a lot of cool history to boot!

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    Market Street

    The heart of San Francisco, centrally-located Market Street is the lifeline of the city and features everything SF has to offer! Our upper Market St game zone brings out the vibrant hideaways and art so in-your-face-you-missed-it you never knew were there. Plus, it's easily accessible and close to great restaurants and bars.

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    Financial District

    Known as "Wall Street of the West," the Financial District is home to the city's largest concentration of law firms, corporate headquarters, insurance companies, real estate firms, banks, and other financial institutions. Your group can play The Go Game around the iconic Transamerica Pyramid, Embarcadero and California Street. Show those financial stiffs how to have fun by playing "Stealth Disco" or "Historical Ballet!"
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    Hayes Valley

    Located between the historical districts of Alamo Square and the Civic Center, Hayes Valley used to be a much different place, filled with crack houses, seedy bars, and other venues for illegal activity. Today, Hayes Valley is home to high-end boutiques, cafes, art galleries, and interior-decorating shops. During the night, the area is alive with happening bars and restaurants.

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    Marina District

    Our upper Market St. game zone brings out the vibrant hideaways and works of art you never knew were there.

     

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    Presidio

    The Presidio is a former military fort on the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula. Today it is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. This is a great game zone that provides your players lots of room to run, grass to stain their pants, and strangers to annoy!
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    SOMA

    South of Market, or SoMa as the locals call it, is full of classic character. Surrounding Yerba Buena Gardens, this is a very popular game zone to play in!
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    “What an amazing experience - probably in the top 10 experiences of my life! Such fun, great memories and bonding with folks on the team I don't get to spend much time with.”

    Dawn Engle
    Marketing at Lexis Nexis

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