City Questing

Solve puzzles and riddles and explore your city!

Available locations:
- Waterloo / Westminster, London
- Tower Hill, London
- Regent's Park, London
- Rochester, Kent (NEW)
Treasure Hunt for Adults
Why not make your next trip to London that little more exciting, by booking a city treasure hunt for adults.
Taking a short break in the capital with friends or work colleagues can be a great way to unwind and recharge the batteries. Over 20-million people do it every year. You can enjoy an evening trip to the theatre, a meal in one of the myriad cosmopolitan restaurants, or a beer in one of the equally plentiful old English pubs. You can spend your day, or days, rushing from one majestic palace to another. Taking the mandatory photographs before joining the crowds trudging to the next crowded tourist attraction. Or you can enhance your daytime activities in a more stimulating and inspiring way, by signing up your group for an adult treasure hunt.
Treasure hunt ideas for adults
Signing up for your treasure hunt is simplicity itself. Once you’ve picked your quest you can enjoy it any time you like up to thirty days from registration, giving you plenty of time to fill in the rest of your visit. Here are a few funny treasure hunt ideas for adults to whet the appetite.
Brainstorm in London: With so many places to see and visit in the city, this is an ideal treasure hunt in London for those on their first trip to the capital. You may find yourself looking for clues around Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London or The Shard. Your treasure hunt begins at the London Eye, so get there early, and enjoy the magnificent view across the city from the top of the wheel, before beginning your quest.
Touristic treasure hunt: Another great quest for first time visitors. Starting in Trinity Square Gardens, following the clues and answering the riddles may take you to St Katherine Docks, HMS Belfast, The Postal Museum or the Sea Life Aquarium among others.
The Greenwich Quest: Enjoy a little time away from the bustle and traffic of London’s streets with this fabulous hunt. Starting at the National Maritime Museum you may find yourself hunting clues around the Cutty Sark, the Royal Naval College or in beautiful Greenwich Park.
As you can see City Questing provides excellent range of amazing treasure hunt ideas for adults, so do not hesitate to gather your team and start the adventure.

Add a little fun to your chosen game. Split your party into teams and add a little competitive element. Last team finishing buys the tea and sticky buns. Or how about undertaking your quest in fancy dress. Guardsman costumes are very popular on treasure hunts, and should bring a few smiles as you navigate your way through clues and questions. Treasure hunt activities for adults are becoming an increasingly popular and fun way for visitors to take in the sights of London town. Each quest lasts approximately 2.5 hours.