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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