Love and Marriage Treasure hunt

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Treasure Hunts in London has just run its annual Love and Marriage Treasure Hunt at The Tate Britain.

Romance was in the air, and in the gallery, as teams set off to hunt for clues. They solved clues and puzzles, while answering questions about love and marriage, couples and engagements.

The Tate Britain’s collection of British art  ranges from 1500 to the present day. It includes works from Constable to Turner, Blake to Hockney, Bacon to Waterhouse to Gainsborough.

 

This year we went to the Spying Room for our after hunt drinks.

This room gets its name from the famous MI6 across the River Thames. This used to be a cosy lounge room, but is now a restaurant with full waiter service.

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February is the month for romance.

And  just because Valentine’s Day is over, it doesn’t mean you have to give up on looking for love.

On 18th February 2017, Treasure Hunts In London are running their Love And Marriage Treasure Hunt At The Tate Britain.

Love And Marriage Treasure Hunt

Come and explore this top London art gallery on a full afternoon of entertainment.

Start by exploring the collection held by The Tate Britain. You will be armed with a pack of clues that will lead you to art on the theme of Love and Marriage. It won’t be a guided walk. You will be expected to HUNT for the TREASURE. You’ll have to solve cryptic clues and puzzles to work out what you are hunting for. Then you’ll have to search the building to find the art works location. Once you’ve found it you’ll have to answer the question to win the points.

After the hunt, it’s a short walk to the after hunt drinks and prize giving.

With a full three hours of fun, what’s not to love?

Book your tickets today!

Our latest adventure was a visit to The Wallace Collection

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The Wallace Collection is an unusual London museum as it is housed in an historic London town house. This national museum houses unsurpassed displays of French 18th-century painting, furniture and porcelain with superb Old Master paintings and a world class armoury in its 25 galleries.

We explored the house looking for objects and artwork on the Themes of Love Treasure Hunt.

 

Our next adventure is the Love and Marriage Treasure hunt at the Tate Britain.

Tickets are available from http://treasure-hunts-in-london.co.uk/love-and-marriage.html

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Are you looking for something different to do with your loved one around Valentine’s Day?

Would you like to take them somewhere cultural, but fear you will be bored traipsing around a museum or gallery without any direction?

Want to include a fabulous treat into the bargain?

Well fear not, because Treasure Hunts In London have got it covered!

The Themes of Love Treasure Hunt

The Themes of Love Treasure Hunt takes place on Saturday 11 February 2017 and Sunday 12th February 2017.

This is not just a visit to a top London Art Gallery, but a full afternoon of entertainment.

Start by exploring the Wallace Collection with this love-themed treasure hunt. By taking part in this intriguing quest, you and your guest will discover interesting items held within the collection as you search to find answers to the clues. Prizes are awarded to the winners and there are chances for bonuses.

After the hunt, enjoy a cream tea treat in the Wallace restaurant, the french brasserie set in the glass-roofed courtyard and sculpture garden.

With three hours of fun what’s not to love?

Book your tickets today!

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Happy New Year!

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A Review of

Clue-solving adventures 

in 2016

We have shared some great adventures.

 

We’ve explored a number of top London art galleries and museums.


We’ve discovered heritage around London.


We’ve solved puzzles in Escape Rooms …..


…and taken part in puzzle hunts and solved murder mysteries…..


We’ve enjoyed wine and chocolates, tried craft beers and ciders, indulged in cream teas and cocktails……and even visited one of London’s top five Italian restaurants for our after-hunt celebrations and prize giving.


Some of us have had fun in costume……


And we’ve all learnt something new, come across treasures we didn’t expect and discovered new places as we’ve explored. So forget about the bad parts of 2016 and let’s look forward to a better, brighter new year

Join us for more wonderful Clue Solving Adventures in 2017