GPS Self Run Treasure Hunt for Two Teams
Take to the streets for an exciting treasure hunt adventure for two teams - the perfect way to explore, discover and really get under the skin of one of the UK's major towns or cities. Using a tablet or smart phone as your very own interactive guide, split into two teams and go head-to-head on this fun-filled activity with an interactive twist. Join forces with family and friends to uncover city hotspots, test your knowledge, earn points and of course, have plenty of fun! The GPS city explorer combines historical knowledge bites and local news with video clips, questions and fact about horrible histories, musicians, bands, sports personalities, celebrities, local food and drink and a whole lot more - who has what it takes to win?
- Try something completely different in a team setting
- Choose any UK city and work your way through the quest
- Uncover fun facts and top city hot spots along the way
- Add three free bespoke clues to personalise the hunt (worth £9)
- Availability Description
Because it is self run, the treasure hunt can be conducted on any day. For flexibility, it is possible to run it on any day up to four weeks after the date it has been booked for.
- Participant Guidelines
This experience is for two teams. There is no age restriction but children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult.
The weather does not affect whether or not the experience can go ahead, treasure hunts can take place in any weather.
The treasure hunt lasts around 90 minutes. Due to the length of tablet/phone battery life, we recommend completion within two hours.
- Numbers on the Day
Just two teams take part (we recommend a maximum team size of five participants).
- Dress Code
Dress comfortably and with the vagaries of the weather on the day. Bear in mind that the team are on the move and outside throughout the treasure hunt.
- Other Info
Two fully charged UK based smartphones or tablets (one for each team) are required for the treasure hunt (there is no charge for texting answers). A QR code and info are sent electronically and the app must be downloaded to get things started.