The great London Treasure Hunt

Our amazing treasure Hunt is the perfect way to discover all the history and landmark of London whilst building bonds and having fun at the same time.

The hunt takes in so many famous sites in just 3 hours - Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Nelsons Column, Leicester Square, Covent Gardens, the river thames, Westminster Abbey, Saint James Park, the London Eye...and much more! 

First we divide your group into teams of 6-10 people (you decide) and then we deliver their treasure hunt packs to them - our funky rucksacks containing digital cameras, maps, roadbook, pens, and coloured bandanas - and then we set them off on their route. Every team goes a different route - it doesn't matter if you are 20 people or 200, we organize the clues in a logical order to make sure the teams don't just follow each other, but also to ensure that they don't zigzag all over London, wearing your people down.

The walking time is around one and a half hours - about 4-5 miles (7-8 km). So in 3 hours there is time to find all the clues, do the extra fun challenges we add to the mix, see nearly all of the major landmarks of London, and have a good time getting to know their colleagues more and working as a team.

And of course our extra challenges make sure that the teams don't miss out on the finer touches of London and the British way of life - rest assured you'll be seeing London buses, red phone boxes, cups of tea and cucumber sandwiches. All in all a jolly good day out!


Price: 28 GBP + VAT per person

Duration: approximately 3 hours

Start and end point: We adjust to your requirements, but ideally close to Charing Cross and Saint James park. We can also present the activity and divide the teams in your hotel prior to departure for the event.

Fresh Thinking


At Fresh Activities we specialise in healthy, fun, outdoor activities

Our activities are designed to challenge and stimulate - to open up your creative thinking and help you to work together as a team.

Activities for 10 to 1,000 people.

Eastbourne, East Sussex, and across the UK