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Treasure Hunts

Our treasure hunts are written to be bespoke to your event. So, we can write a treasure hunt with start and finish locations to suit you. We find that town centres and hotel venues are the most popular choice for corporate events. If you do not have a specific location in mind, then don't worry. Just get in contact and we can help find a suitable venue. We can suggest a location that is ideally suited to the size of your group and the nature of your event.

  • Cambridge

    This famous university town sits on the river Cam and, as you would expect from such a seat of knowledge, is full of beautiful college buildings and other historic architecture. Will you be brave enough to get on a punt as part of your Cambridge treasure hunt?

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  • Camden Market

    Camden Market is the fourth most popular place to visit in London, so what better place to spend an afternoon doing your treasure hunt event. The market has been going since 1974 and has become very popular for crafts, bric-a-brac, clothes and food.

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  • Canary Wharf (West India Dock)

    Canary Wharf is a major business district in London and home to some of the countries biggest finanical companies. Canary Wharf is based in the West India Docks on the Isle of Dogs in East London, which used to be one of the busiest docks in the world. It is now one of the busiest areas in London.

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  • Cannock

    Once a thriving mining community, since the closure of the pits Cannock has been forced to re-invent itself. Situated on the edge of the AONB which is Cannock Chase, it is surrounded by beautiful views and stunning countryside. There is a Go Ape on the Chase so why not combine two activities in Cannock, the Cannock treasure hunt and a session at Go Ape or a walk on the chase.

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  • Cannon Hall

    Cannon Hall is a country house located a little north of Barnsley in South Yorkshire. The Hall has 70 arces of parkland as well as a farm and museum so you will have plenty to see during your treasure hunt.

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  • Canterbury

    Home to the legendary Chaucer, Canterbury is certainly worth a visit or a pilgrimage! Visit the gothic style Cathedral and the shrine to St Thomas Becket on your travels around this beautiful heritage city.

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  • Chelmsford

    Chelmsford has everything a good city should have, excellent shopping, beautiful parks and rich historical sites. Visit the Victorian railway viaduct, the River Can and the cathedral on your treasure hunt event.

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  • Cheltenham

    England's most complete regency town, Cheltenham spa is architecturally stunning. Why not combine the excitement of a Cheltenham treasure hunt with a relaxing spa therapy for the perfect team building day.

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  • Chertsey

    Chertsey is a town in Surrey situated on the River Thames, with good rail links to London. It is often used as a base for visiting London, but why not explore Chertsey instead, with our wonderfully presented Chertsey treasure hunt.

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  • Chester

    Chester lies on the river Dee close to the border with Wales, and dates back to Roman times when there was a Roman fort on this site. Chester boasts one of the most complete city walls in England and has the beautiful black and white rows which are architecturally unique to Chester, discover all this and much much more with our exciting Chester treasure hunt.

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Can't find your Location?

Don't worry, we can write a bespoke treasure hunt to suit you in any location. We are happy to help find a suitable location or venue for your event. Just get in contact.

DIY Treasure Hunts

We are happy to provide DIY treasure hunts wherever possible. Please get in contact to find out if your chosen location is available as a DIY treasure hunt.