Discovering history in London and Cardiff just got even more exciting thanks to these fun treasure hunts you can play on your phone. Challenge your powers of observation as you explore London streets and parks or experience the National Museum in Cardiff.
Receive clues and hints directly to your phone or tablet. Follow the trail and learn interesting facts with each correct answer. The hunts are available for both Android and iOS smartphones and tablets via the ClueKeeper app.
The hunts take around two hours and can be used as a walking tour of each location. There are currently five Treasure Hunts in London self guided hunts to choose from:-
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.
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
See some amazing street art, while unravelling cryptic clues in south London.
The hunt takes around 2 hours and is available for private hire. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This has been held on 17 August 2013 and 14th October 2013
Tickets are £10.00 per person from