Exiting St Paul’s underground station, on our way to the Museum of London, we stumbled across another art trail through the City of London. At first we thought it was just a sculpture of large golden letters, but as we proceeded along the road we realised they formed a sentence – If You Turn….. It turns … More Art Trail Around the Corner In The City
One Friday evening we gathered at Chancery Lane Tube Station to join Vic Norman on one of his Dragon and Flagon London Pub Tours. Dragons mark the borders of the square mile of the City of London and give part of the name of this tour. The other half of the name – Flagon – is the … More Dragon and Flagon London Pub Tours
Being fans of puzzles and clue solving, our group were looking forward to visiting the Science Museum’s latest exhibition called Top Secret……. Our tickets told us the exhibition was housed in the basement gallery to the rear of the Science Museum, so we headed there via Space and The Modern World only to find the lift did … More Top Secret at the Science Museum
Sitting on the edge of Epping Forest, on the London/Essex border, is the London suburb of Chingford. It is host to an array of urban and countryside heritage. … More Chingford’s heritage
18th August 1940. It had started as a normal day. The WAAF were serving tea to the airmen playing darts and cards when the attack happened. No-one expected the Luftwaffe to launch a resurgent attack on Britain. With their air base hit by the first wave of heavy bombing, the airmen abandoned their darts match. As the … More The Battle For Britain
Black. The game started with complete darkness. And music… Edgy, scary music designed to make players nervous… We entered not knowing what to expect. Sure, we’d played other escape rooms. Ones where you sift through drawers and empty cupboards looking for clues. But this game was different. This game was the Breakin’ Blackwing’s Cave room … More Holy Foul- Up, Blackwing!
Artists and Artisans Treasure Hunt Spend the afternoon exploring Trafalgar Square Your adventure begins near the Sainsbury Wing entrance of the National Gallery. Come and collect your explorer packs before setting off to discover heritage around the Trafalgar Square area. Venture along streets and down alleyways, discovering interesting items as you hunt down answers to … More The Trafalgar Square Treasure Hunt and Drinks Reception
The Postal Museum opens on 28 July 2017 ‘British postal services helped to shape the modern world. The Postal Museum works to connect people through this human story of communication, industry and innovation by making it accessible to all.’ The Postal Museum’s Collections Development Policy The collection spans five centuries of history, revealling Britain’s remarkable … More Delivering the unexpected
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 … More Treasure Hunt app offers adventures around London and Cardiff
One of our friends invited us to take part in Handmade Mysteries latest escape room. We were told to meet at The Depot and await instructions. At the appointed moment, Wynne, our wooden, toy soldier guide arrived to take us to Poppa Plock’s wonky workshop. First impressions on entering the toy factory was that it was … More Demented dolls and a scheming ventriloquist dummy…..