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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.

  • Bromley

    Bromley is a district in south-east London and is historically a market town. It is known as a major metropolitan town outside of London and has grown significantly over the last 30 years. A great place for a treasure hunt outside of London.

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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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  • Croydon

    Croydon it a historic market town and was known for charcoal production and brewing. It was mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086 but is now known for its shopping! With great links to central London it makes a great place to have your treasure hunt event.

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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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  • Kew Gardens

    Kew Gardens is a fantastic venue for a treasure hunt, and a treasure hunt adds another dimension to an already fabulous day out. Visit Queen Charlottes Cottage, find the oldest Redwood and take a trip through time in the Evolution House, all part of the Kew Gardens treasure hunt.

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  • Selsdon Park

    Selsdon Park Hotel & Golf Club is a beautiful country house in the county of Surrey. It is a stunning location for your treasure hunt with over 200 acres of grounds.

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  • Whitechapel

    Whitechapel is a district in East London and is probably best known for the Jack the Ripper murders in the 1880s. The murderer was never found, although many names have been suggested. Why not have a Jack the Ripper themed treasure hunt in Whitechapel?

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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.