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:-
Discover parks and gardens in Vauxhall
Take your friends and family on a treasure hunt exploring some of the parks and gardens in the Vauxhall area of London.
Explore from Kennington to Waterloo using the latest Treasure Hunts in London heritage adventure.
You will visit eight parks and gardens, three of which have been awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award. As well as large parks, you will discover small areas that are an oasis within a dense urban setting. Along the way discover some of the history of the area.
Available on ClueKeeper
- The app gives you the clues and lets you submit answers directly on your smartphone or tablet.
- Currently available for both Android and iOS smartphones and tablets.
- Each hunt costs £12.99 per team.
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
Treasure Hunts in London organised a treasure hunt exploring parks around Vauxhall.
The adventure started at Oval underground station.
Players gathered at the station to collect their clue packs.
They reviewed the questions before setting off to explore the parks.
All the clues were given as haikus.
It was a very hot day and one team found a novel way to cool down.
The hunt ended with a drink at a nearby pub. The answers were given to the clues, the winners were announced and prizes distributed.