Competition At The Museum

A combination of Culture and Team Building Activity in Malaga

Experience Box always aims to offer unique and special experiences, so here is one you have never seen before. How about a mix of a guided visit of the spectacular Automobile and Fashion Museum in Málaga and a competition of F1 car building.

The first part of the experience will be a complete guided visit of the museum for the group. Each room represents a different time period (the twenties, thirties and so on). So you will see the type of cars that existed at that time and the fashion/clothes people used to wear at that period.

After that comes the second part, which we like to call the “team building” part : a competition to see which team will create and build the best Formula one. All team members will have to cooperate closely and in an organized way in order to design and create their own F1 vehicle, as if they were an official formula one team. Teams will have to choose wisely who is the correct person to perform each task, like for example mechanic, design, engineering, time management, Manager, etc.

This activity combines many team building aspects such as:

  • Communication
  • Leadership
  • Time Management
  • Change Management
  • Strategy

Once each team has finished and properly built their car, these will be tested on an agility circuit to prove that their design and construction is the best in all aspects (speed, aerodynamics, safety, etc). We will make sure to provide all the tools you need to build the car and the circuit.

If you are looking for a team game in order to reinforce teambuilding, look no further!

Who's it for?

This experience is the perfect occasion to do something original with your group: a guided visit of the wonderful Automobile and Fashion museum of Málaga, followed by an activity where each group will have to set up a strategy to create the best Fomula one.

Additional Information

Number of participants
20 to 400
All year round, subject to availability
Languages Spoken

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