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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.

  • Epsom

    Epsom is a small town that lies in the Valley of Epsom Downs. The Epsom Downs is widely known for its racecourse and Derby annually in June.

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  • Ermenonville

    Ermenonville is a commune in north France that has beautiful landscaped gardens, called Jean-Jacques Rousseau. It was designed by René Louis de Girardin and is well worth a trip if you are in the area.

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  • Exeter

    Exeter has a lot to offer its visitor, from Royal Albert Memorial Museum to the 14th century Underground Passageway and Roman city walls. It is a fantastic location for a treasure hunt event with the many historical and cultural sites on offer.

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  • Eynsham Hall

    Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed building based in North Leigh in Oxfordshire. It is an elegant Georgian house with around 3,000 arces of parklands, so what better place for your treasure hunt event.

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  • Farnham

    Twinned with Andernach in Germany and overlooked by Farnham castle there are plenty of discoveries to be made on a Farnham treasure hunt.

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  • Glasgow

    Only about 30 miles away from the capital Edinburgh, this Scottish city has a very different feel to it and its population is the largest city population of Scotland, greater than that of the capital. Glasgow is not seen by many as a tourist destination as it has a reputation for being a bit rough around the edges, but take our Glasgow treasure hunt and you will discover there is another side to Glasgow.

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  • Gloucester

    Founded in AD97 by the Romans, the city of Gloucester lies on the River Severn, close to the Welsh border. It has a beautiful Docklands and bustling city centre, not to mention the stunning Cathedral. But don’t take our word for it, discover Gloucester for your self with our Gloucester treasure hunt.

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  • Greenwich

    Greenwich is well known for its martime history and of course Greenwich Mean Time! It was the birth place of many of the Tudor royal family, including Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. There are many grand houses and plenty of clues for you to solve in your Greenwich treasure hunt.

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  • Guillestre

    Guillestre is a picturesque village in the south-east of France. It is based along the River Guil and surrounded by beautiful mountains.

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  • Harrogate

    Harrogate sprang up as a spa town after a mineral spring was discovered there in 1571. The waters which contain iron, sulphur and salt were believed by many to posses medical properties and people flocked here in the hope of healing their ailments. These sickly people brought an influx of wealth to the town and it grew into the spa town we know today. Visit the wells, the pump rooms and Valley gardens as part of your Harrogate 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.