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Discover history on your doorstep

On September 9 2015, the Queen will become the longest ever reigning monarch in British history. To mark the occassion Treasure Hunts in London are organising a Royalty-themed Treasure Hunt.

For the Golden Jubilee of George III on October 25 1809, the ageing monarch remained in seclusion at Windsor Castle. His modest celebration was witnessed by very few of his subjects, who preferred to arrange their own celebrations in locations across the country. According to The Telegraph "Their disparate junketings included throwing cakes from the roof of the Market House in Abingdon and freeing Danish prisoners of war in Reading." No cakes will be thrown nor prisoners released during this treasure hunt.

Instead, as with other Treasure Hunts in London events, there will be themed clues to solve, puzzles, photo challenges and assignments. This hunt starts when the teams collect clue packs and ends with a drink and prize giving at a nearby pub.

Rule, Britannia

A Royal Treasure Hunt

•Tickets must be pre-booked
•Teams of 2 to 6 players
•Teams are responsible for their own safety on the London streets
•Bring a smartphone/digital camera to complete the photo challenges
•Additional tasks may be sent by text throughout the game

•Ticket price includes a drink at end of hunt

NB A minimum number of teams are needed for this event to go ahead.


Rule Britainnia,

A Royal Treasure Hunt

Starting Location:



2.5 hours plus scoring and prize giving.


Easy to Medium

Required :

Bring your phone for challenges

Please dress for British weather


Clue packs and pens and map of area.

Rule, Britannia
 A Royal Treasure Hunt

16 April


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