Month: April 2014
Many famous people lived and worked near Trafalgar Square.
Treasure Hunts in London are giving you the chance to discover who they were and where they lived as well as finding interesting statues and monuments. The Trafalgar Square Treasure Hunt includes unravelling cryptic clues and photographing funny assignments. you also get to compete for nominal prizes.
Buy your tickets in advance and meet us by the steps towards the National Gallery.
As with all our hunts, you can join as an individual, or bring your own team of up to 5 participants. You will also need a smartphone/digital camera to complete the photo challenges. Comfy shoes would probably help too. The hunt will end at a nearby pub for a drink, a chance to announce the scores and to laugh at each others photos.
If you love solving puzzles, exploring new places and having tons of fun, come along.
This Treasure Hunt will run on Saturday, 10 May 2014. Tickets are available here.
The latest hunt from Treasure Hunts in London will involve more than searching for blue plaques and statues. It will involve hunting the naughty Easter Bunny too.
This is a special Easter Event is run by Treasure Hunts in London and Thinking Bob.
It is a mixture of Scavenger hunt, solving clues, photo challenges, interaction with fairy tale characters and hunting eggs.
The Easter Bunny has been partying with The Knave of Hearts and has been leaving eggs scattered around London’s arts and heritage. The fairy tale world have sent their top “spin doctor” and his assistants Mary-Mary and Alice to try and sort out the mess.
They need your help!
Join the Spin Doctor and his assistants trying to locate the missing eggs. Along the way solve some clues, take photos, and complete special missions.
Come and join the special Easter Event hunt run by Thinking Bob and Treasure Hunts in London by getting your tickets from
Treasure Hunts in London are running a treasure hunt exploring the London/Essex border town of Chingford.
Epping Forest and the Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge
Chingford is home to the Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge. This was built on the orders of Henry VIII in 1543 and contains exhibitions on Tudor history.
Next to the Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge is “The View”. This is a new visitor centre, with interactive displays telling the story of Epping Forest.
Both offer free entry from 10am to 5pm and are a ten minute uphill walk from the Chingford bus and train stations.
During the hunt, teams will be able to search for, amongst other thing, a number of blue plaques around the area. This includes a newly replaced blue plaque following a request for its restoration by Treasure Hunts in London.