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Come and explore history on your doorstep


The London Bridge area of London is situated in Southwark. This London borough has a host of extraordinary literary connections.


Charles Dickens lived in the area and set several of his novels there.

The Tabard inn, featured in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, was situated in Southwark.

The Elizabethan theatre the Rose and Shakespeare’s Globe were along Bankside. The reconstructed Globe Theatre and exhibition are open to the public as are the remains of the Rose Theatre.

Borough Book and Bankside - A literary Treasure Hunt


This is an outdoor Treasure Hunt with a literary theme, covering the area from Borough High Street via London Bridge to the Millennium Bridge.


Unravel cryptic clues and photograph funny assignments while exploring this interesting and historic part of London.


Starting at Southwark Cathedral, the hunt will end at a nearby pub for a drink, a chance to announce the scores and to laugh at each others photos.


Teams of 2 to 5 participants.

Bring a phone/digital camera to complete the photo challenges.

Lost in a Good Book - 
A literary Treasure Hunt

Name:

Lost in a Good Book - A literary treasure hunt near London Bridge

Starting Location:

Southwark Cathedral

Duration:

2.5 hours plus scoring and prize giving.

Difficulty:

Easy to Medium

Required :

Bring your phone for challenges

Please dress for British weather


Provided:

Clue packs and pens and map of area.