Boca Raton Museum of Art
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April 30, 2016
Boca Raton Museum of Art Scavenger Hunt!



Do you think that you could be a detective? When you visit the museum bring this scavenger hunt with you and see if you can figure out which artworks the clues describe, just like Sherlock Holmes!   
Each artwork has 3 clues. Read all 3 clues and then find the artwork they describe in our sculpture garden. There are 5 sculptures to find. The game is afoot, Dr. Watson!

Scavenger Hunt

•    I am nine feet in height.
•    My creator was born in France.
•    People love to listen to me.
•    Who am I? _________________________________________

•    I am a mammal.
•    I am a carnivore.
•    You might have a pet that is a distant relative of mine.
•    Who am I? _________________________________________

•    I am located at the most southern point of the Sculpture Garden.
•    I am made from recycled objects.
•    My creator was born in the city that houses the Liberty Bell.
•    Who am I? _________________________________________

•    I am located on the east side of the Sculpture Garden.
•    I have a triangle for a face.
•    My creator was born in London.
•    Who am I? _________________________________________

•    I am located at the most northern end of the Sculpture Garden.
•    If I was real I might be a basketball player for the Miami Heat.
•    My body is covered with a maze.
•    Who am I? __________________________________________

Posted by: Kelli Bodle, Assistant Curator @ Friday, December 16, 2011 12:00:00 am 
How fun!!
Posted by: Leigh @ January 31, 2012 4:16:00 pm

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