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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.

  • Drayton Manor

    Why not make your day out at Drayton Manor even better with your very own Treasure Hunt event! Drayton Manor is available as a Managed, DIY or Smartphone Treasure Hunt!

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  • Dublin

    Dublin is a fast growing and vibrant city, which is very popular with visitors. Although it is a big city, the center is relatively small and easy to navigate on foot – so perfect for a treasure hunt for any occasion!

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  • Dunchurch

    Dunchurch is a beautiful village with a lot of history. It has been declared a conservation area due to the amount of buildings with historic interest. Some date back to the 15th century and still have thatched roofs. It is in easy reach from Dunchurch Park Hotel if you fancy a break from your meeting.

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  • Dunstable

    Just 30 miles north of London, Dunstable is a beautiful market town on the edge of the Chiltern hills. The town is split into four quadrants by Icknield Way and Watling Street which cross in the middle. You can discover more about Dunstable, its landmarks and culture by doing our Dunstable treasure hunt.

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  • Durham

    Home to Durham Cathedral and the Castle World Heritage Site, Durham has plenty to see and do. It has a fascinating history and some very interesting attractions, including the Locomotion: The National Railway at Shildon and Beamish Museum, where you can experience what life was like in the past.

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  • Easthampstead Park

    Easthampstead Park is a victorian country house in Berkshire. It is a popular venue for conference and events and an ideal location for a treasure hunt.

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  • Eastwood Hall

    Eastwood Hall is a short drive outside of Nottingham and a great venue for your conference or team building event. It is set in 26 acres of grounds and a short walk away from Eastwood, where you could have your treasure hunt event. Alternatively, check out our Nottingham treasure hunt.

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  • Edinburgh

    Capital of Scotland and seat of the Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh is a city of great cultural significance and diversity. Discover the history of Grassmarket, walk the Royal mile and soak up the atmosphere of Edinburgh. The Edinburgh treasure hunt is one of my personal favourites and has been one of our most popular UK treasure hunt destinations in 2012.

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  • Elsecar

    Elsecar is a small village in South Yorkshire, which used to be a coal village. It is now a conservation area due to the many historical sights in the village. Highlights include the Elsecar Heritage Centre and the Newcomen steam engine, which is the only one left in the world!

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  • Englefield

    Englefield is a beautiful village in Berkshire and was the sight of the Battle of Englefield in 870. The Saxons won this battle and it is believed that the village was named after it, meaning 'English field'.

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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.