Indoor hunts help you explore the collections in London’s Museums and Galleries while solving puzzles and clues.
Museums to be explored include
The British Museum, The National Maritime Museum, The Museum of London and the Science Museum
Art Galleries visited include The National Gallery, The Tate Britain, The National Portrait Gallery.
Outdoor hunts allow you to discover different areas of London
Areas to be discovered include Trafalgar Square, Westminster, London Bridge and Southwark, Piccadilly, Liverpool Street and Spitalfields, Brixton, Chingford (london villages)
All of our hunts have an event facilitator who meets the teams to give out clue packs and explain how the hunts operate. Players are given contact details for the event facilitator in cases they require hints or other information. We believe it is important that people have fun and do not get frustrated if they require additional assistance.
Everyone gets access to the clues – we give teams printed clue packs and additional copies of the questions are available via coded access online. Each team must submit a mobile phone contact so the event facilitator can contact them during the game. The phones can also be used to complete the photo assignments. Phones are not included in price of hunt.
The hunt itself takes around 2 to 2 ½ hours plus scoring and prize giving. Some people take longer searching and like to linger over areas of interest. We do not see our hunts as races but prefer people take their time, and enjoy discovering new things.
Street Games are similar to Outdoor Scavenger hunts.
In addition they include costumed actors, additional challenges, prizes and surprises.