Seaside Walk Week Thames Treasure Trail
Date(s) - 26/07/2017 - 27/07/2017
5:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Discover parts of London you never knew existed on this walking event with a twist!
As part of Seaside Walk Week we are hosting the Thames Treasure Trail on Wednesday 26 and Thursday 27 July. Starting at a central London location you will be given clues and questions that will take you on a trail across the Thames and allow you to explore parts of London you may have never seen before. Each question will lead you to the next location and thus the next clue, until you reach the finish line and prize-giving at a pub in central London where you will receive a complimentary drink. The quickest team to (accurately) complete the quiz will win our treasure!
The quiz is specially created by our friends at the British Guild of Tourist Guides (also known as Blue Badge Guides) so you can be sure to discover fascinating gems of London’s rich history that are missed by the majority. Get your brain ticking and have a look at last year’s quiz here!
The event is perfect if you live or work in London as it will take place after working hours and take about an hour to complete, followed by drinks where the winner will be announced. Create your own team of friends and colleagues (up to four maximum) or let us join you up with other quizzers on the day.
Tickets cost £60 for a team of four or individual places can be bought for £15 each and a complimentary drink is included in the price of the ticket.
This is a fantastic event to test your mind and guide you off the beaten track. Fancy your chances at winning our treasure? Come and give it a go!
All profits will go towards sending more struggling families away on breaks to provide some relief from life’s hardest challenges and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Create your own walk
If you can’t make it to our Scarborough walk, why not have a look at the walking trails on offer in your area and plan your own. Or have a peek at our two other official events on offer with a walk in North Cornwall and Scarborough.
Our thanks to the British Guild of Tourist Guides without whom the event would not be possible.