Brighton Treasure Hunt

Brighton is just over 50 miles from London and this makes it a very popular location for corporate and private events. The ancient settlement of Brighthelmston dates from before The Domesday Book (1086) but the town is known as a more modern, diverse and colourful destination these days.

Eight million tourists visit Brighton each year and the town has a thriving conference industry regularly hosting the Liberal Democrat, Labour and occasionally the Conservative Party Conferences. Our Brighton Treasure Hunt takes in famous landmarks such as The Royal Pavilion, the lively promenade and, of course, the beach.

Highlights of a Treasure Hunt in Brighton

We provide a Brighton treasure hunt pack with clues, puzzles, a scavenger list of items which must be collected and a digital camera for pictures and evidence.

One of the advantages of a location such as Brighton for a treasure hunt is that there is always so much going on around you. You might meet the Tin Man on the promenade or become involved in a street procession.

We can provide you with full event support, finding a suitable hotel and even arranging transport. Brighton is a great location for a team building treasure hunt.

Some Brighton Treasure Hunt Facts

Brighton was the location of Bing Crosby's last public performance, in October 1977. Britain's oldest public electric railway runs beside the beach, dating from 1883 and The Duke Of York's is the oldest cinema in the country, dating from 1910.

You'll find out other interesting local facts on your Brighton Treasure Hunt, but these ones won't feature because you would already know the answer!

If you do not want a fully managed Treasure Hunt we can offer self-managed packs covering Brighton.


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Treasure Hunt Events
Twin Oaks Lodge, Mount Pleasant Lane, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 8LS