Month: August 2015
Treasure Hunts in London organised a treasure hunt exploring parks around Vauxhall.
The adventure started at Oval underground station.
Players gathered at the station to collect their clue packs.
They reviewed the questions before setting off to explore the parks.
All the clues were given as haikus.
It was a very hot day and one team found a novel way to cool down.
The hunt ended with a drink at a nearby pub. The answers were given to the clues, the winners were announced and prizes distributed.
While graffiti was seen as a problem in some areas in the 1980’s, in Brixton it was seen as a way to brighten the area. Consequently, the council began commissioning street art.
Brixton has a lot of street art, which the London Mural Preservation Society is now charged with maintaining. Some art is by international street artists, while others is by local community groups.
Street Art Treasure Hunt
Treasure Hunts in London run an adventure that explores the street art found around Brixton.