Spring had sprung as teams of treasure hunters took to the streets
Starting at the National Gallery to the north of Trafalgar Square, they were greeted by Bo Peep and given instructions, before setting off to hunt for heritage……and sheep.
The “Art and Artisans” treasure hunt helps treasure hunters discover some of the famous people that have lived and worked around Trafalgar Square. As well as looking for statues and plaques, this special Easter Treasure Hunt required teams to complete special springtime challenges and find “sheep” dotted around the area.
During the hunt teams were given the chance to win additional prizes by completing a bonus assignment at the National Portrait Gallery.
The hunt ended at a nearby pub with drinks and Easter eggs for all the participants and prizes for the winning team.
More treasure Hunts In London
For details of the latest public hunts, visit www.scavengerhunts.london
Get out and about around Trafalgar Square on Easter Saturday
There are seasonal surprises at the
This Easter come on this special heritage hunt
Discover some of the famous people who lived and worked around Trafalgar Square
Unravel cryptic clues, photograph funny assignments and compete for prizes
- Tickets £15 (individual) to £60 (team)
Something for the school holidays…..
….Discover art on the streets of London with the Family Street Art Treasure Hunt
on Wednesday, 8 April 2015 from 2pm
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. This is your chance to discover some of the art that is found on the streets of Brixton while unravelling clues, photographing funny assignments and competing for chocolate prizes.
- Tickets £9 (young person) £10 (individual) to £45 (team)
A quick look back at some of the places visited during our Treasure Hunts in London in 2014. How many places do you remember?
where you would find the chocolate themed display case? The clue was in the Chocolate……The answer is
The Chocolate Museum in Brixton!
The statue is the creation of Italian artist Aron Demetz.
The statue is found in St James Square
Which Museum had the playing cards on display? Well, it’s not a museum that’s primarily associated with games, although it does have a lot of hands-on interactive areas………
The Science Museum
The photo shows the Japanese inspired water feature that has rocks at the bottom of an area cascading with water.
“Water Feature” is situated behind Liverpool Street Station, on a busy corner of Broadgate.
The Tridacna shell carved with a human head, which served as a container for cosmetics, is found in….
The British Museum
You would have discovered this Christmas tree while on Treasure Hunts in London “12 Days of Christmas” Treasure Hunts at
The National Portrait Gallery
You could have visited this old and new building during a treasure hunt around a former London village in….
The Treasure Hunters in London came across the leather bottle as part of the “Drink to me only” treasure hunt in
The Museum of London
London is full of arts and heritage
and it’s easy to miss the amazing things that are all around you.
Treasure Hunts in London helps you discover things that are often overlooked by providing a guided way to explore. Our hunts are fun adventures to enjoy with friends.
Aimed at adults, our treasure hunts combine exploring arts and heritage with solving clues and completing assignments. Using a mixture of cryptic, puzzle and straight clues, they lead to a destination, and a question that must be answered.
Outdoor Treasure Hunts currently on offer include:-
- A Treasure Hunt exploring Historic Chingford on the London/Essex borders.
- A Treasure Hunt exploring Street Art in Brixton.
- A Treasure Hunt exploring the area around Trafalgar Square.
- A Treasure Hunt with a literary theme, covering the area from Borough High Street to the Millennium Bridge
Want to explore some of London’s rich heritage?
As well as 40,000 listed buildings and over 150 ancient monuments, London contains 4 UNESCO world heritage sites. It is home to 857 art galleries and over 170 museums, including three of the top ten museums and galleries in the world. Treasure Hunts in London helps visitors and locals alike to explore some of the world class heritage that is in London.
Our hunts are aimed at adults, combining solving clues and finding arts and heritage.
A chance to combine exploring museums and galleries with solving clues and completing fun assignments with friends. We use a mixture of cryptic, puzzle and straight clues, that lead to a destination, and a question that must be answered. Along the way there are photo assignments and challenges to complete. Prizes are awarded to the winning team.
Come and discover some of London’s treasures with www.Treasurehunts.events.
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.