Posted on April 25, 2022
Take advantage of the Jubilee bank holidays with Treasure Hunt Birmingham. With bank holiday weekends just weeks apart, and games all over the UK- can you and your crew take on the Jubilee Challenge?
Who doesn’t love May? The weather’s warming up, days are getting longer and in the UK we have not just one, but TWO bank holiday weekends, and in honour of the Queen’s Jubilee 👑 one is FOUR days long! (Can I get an Amen?! 🙋🏽) We’ve been preppin' the ship here at Treasure Hunt HQ, we’ve got the winds in our sails and are adding games in new cities all the time. So we’d like to throw down a gauntlet- can you and your crew take on two quests in two different cities this May & June?
It’s designed for adults, so you’ll have a laugh together. Crews can be any size, although it might be more fun to split into smaller groups and see who can be the first to solve the final clue! (8+ are welcome too if you want to make a family day of it - 15 and under go FREE).
You’ll be testing out your essential pirate skills - following treasure maps, solving cryptic clues, and looking carefully around the city to find the answers. You’ll be answering to Captain Bess, your bossy pirate leader who’ll send messages to your phones to guide you along the way.
As well as our route in Birmingham, we have games across the UK. Some treasure hunt cities are within an hour of each other. The challenge is simple, assemble your crew of landlubbers and complete two different hunts in two different cities during the two bank holiday weekends in May.
Conquer both quests and be among the first to unearth the lost treasure of Captain Bess (alright, alright, there’s no actual treasure. But you get to discover the hidden treasures in two wonderful cities!)
“Good fun, we really enjoyed ourselves. Solving the clues was interesting and I think there's a good mix to suit all ages. A different and fun way to see the city, it included some nice stops.”
—Munira C, Tripadvisor
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