Museum Scavenger Hunt Printable (free)

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Do you have a trip to the museum coming up in the next few weeks? If so you are going to love this free museum scavenger hunt printable.

Get the kids excited before the trip by asking them to color in the scavenger hunt before they go. That way you can talk to them more about the museum and what to expect.

This museum scavenger hunt printable is a fantastic game to play on a school or family outing. If you are playing with multiple children they can either work in teams or alone.

The winner of course is the one that finds all of the items listed first.

museum scavenger hunt

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Museum Treasure Hunt

This scavenger hunt for museums is an absolutely great way to get the kids more interested in the exhibits.

There are 12 items that need to be found:

  1. Pottery
  2. Sculpture
  3. Costume
  4. Something worn on the head
  5. Mask
  6. Portrait painting
  7. Fossil
  8. Landscape painting
  9. Books
  10. Land vehicle
  11. Animal
  12. Caveman

How to Play The Museum Scavenger Hunt?

Download the printable museum hunt below. There is 1 page with 12 images. Make sure to check the printer settings.

This free printable museum coloring page is free to print but is for personal, museum, and classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the page and add your email address to get the pdf file.

Before you head off to the museum the children can color in the images. Or they can color it in at the museum when they need a break from walking. Just make sure to carry some coloring pens.

A great prize would be that the winner can buy something from the museum shop at the end of the tour. Of course set a small amount, maybe a pencil, or a badge.

free museum scavenger hunt

Can I adapt this for older students?

As older kids often get left out of the fun, I wanted to give you some ideas on how to adapt this museum hunt for older students.

They can still hunt for the items, but this time, tell them to research the item they find it. Either on the phone when they are there, or when they get back home or to the classroom.

Then give a short summary of the items they have found. This can either be a fun writing activity or a discussion.

Other scavenger hunt printables you will enjoy:

Download the museum scavenger hunt free printable

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Last Updated on 18 April 2023 by homeschoolof1

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