Easter treasure hunt
Get your thinking caps and comfy shoes on and come exploring Lambeth parks
This Easter bring your friends and family on a treasure hunt through the parks of Vauxhall.
As well as some large parks, find smaller areas that are like an oasis within the dense urban setting. Discover nature. Not just trees, flowers and plants, but animals and insects along the way.
Oh, and did I mention that the clues for this hunt will be Haiku’s?
Tickets are available for
Friday 14th April and Saturday 15th April
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)