Thoroughly enjoyed the day and had a lot of fun.Battersea Dogs and Cats Home
Checking out London’s museums and best-loved attractions has just got even more interesting.Lonely Planet
We strayed away from the crowds and saw some amazing things that we would have otherwise missed.Cultural Wednesday
How it works
Sign up & invite team leaders
The organiser can sign up in advance and invite team captains whenever they are ready, whether immediately or only on the day.
Teams solve a trail of clues
Team captains receive cryptic clues to their phone. Each clue leads to an interesting object where teams solve a riddle to get the next clue. Teams start 5 minutes apart from each other.
Organisers see team progress
As the organiser you can see team progress, how long they have taken and how many hints they needed. You can award prizes for speed, accuracy, or for being downright terrible at riddles.
Do we need to book a specific day?
No. You don’t need to book a particular day with us. Just make sure to check the museum’s opening hours. We advise making sure that the last team starts at least 3 hours before the museum closes.
How much time should we leave between each team starting?
We advise leaving at least 5 minutes between teams.
Where should teams wait?
You should arrange a meeting place for teams to wait before they start their hunt, and where they can return to once they finish. Most museums have cafes, but there are also pubs nearby.
What information do I need for each team captain?
You will need their names, email addresses and, if playing by SMS, their UK phone numbers.