Antwerp Fashion Hunt

Discover the Antwerp Fashion Hunt group game!

 

What is the Antwerp Fashion Hunt?

The Antwerp Fashion Hunt is a strategic group game with a fun mix of assignments, including activities, theme assignments and photo assignments.The aim of the game is to help Alexander, a last-year student at the Fashion Academy, complete his graduation collection. The team that earns the most points in the agreed time wins the Antwerp Fashion Hunt.

The game is available in NL, F, D and EN.
 

How many participants can play the game?

The game can be played with groups of 6 to 200 participants.
 

How much does the game cost?

You can obtain a tailor-made offer from:

Admire
All About Belgium

Borealis DMC

Jada events

Midnightcoffee

Wave Events

 
Prices start from € 15/per person for a basic version of the game with a large group.
 

For whom is this game suited?

The Antwerp Fashion Hunt is suitable for people of all ages, for men and women, whether you are looking for a fun activity for a group of friends or for your company, fun guaranteed!
 

Where can I start?

You don’t need to follow a fixed trail. You can start anywhere you want. Your playing field is Antwerp’s city centre.
 

When can I play it?

Remember that some locations are closed at night. We recommend that you play the game during daytime.
 

Is the game physically demanding?

The game is played on foot but you can choose to follow a compact trail. You don’t have to complete all the assignments because this is a strategic game. So in effect you determine how physically demanding the game is.
 

How long does the game last?

You can decide how long you play and how much of the trail you cover yourself in function of the players.
 

Do you need to know a lot about fashion?

Although fashion is the theme of the game it is first and foremost a fun, alternative way of exploring the city, so no, you definitely don’t need to be a fashionista.
 

Do we need to provide something ourselves?

No, a fun carry bag with everything you need for the game will be provided to every group. Slip on a pair of comfortable shoes and you are ready to do battle.
 

Where can I book the game?

You can book the Antwerp Fashion Hunt with one of these companies:

Admire

All About Belgium

Borealis DMC

Jada events

Midnightcoffee

Wave Events

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