The Monument treasure hunt provides another great part of London where the history of the capital can be read on the walls. Surrounded by restaurants, bars and some very quirky shops perfectly suited for our treasure hunts.
Monument was built to mark the site of the start of the fire of London in 1666. It’s height of 62 meters represents the distance from the Kings Bakers were the fire began. Designed by Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke it is still the highest isolated Doric Colum in the world.
The area lends itself perfectly to treasure hunts with hidden treasures such as the gardens of St Dunstan’s Church and the narrow streets of Cornhill. We even have a few unique challenges in this location as well as the usual mix of cryptic questions which will reveal some amazing facts.
To the south is the famous London Bridge, the North extends into Bank and to the East and West Tower Hill and St Paul’s respectively which can be incorporated to make a huge treasure hunt that will keep the teams going all day.
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As with all our events we cram as much fun and creativity into your day with plenty of opportunity to see the amazing sites of London. If you have a team of competitive individuals looking for a great day out of the office with the chance to learn about some of the more obscure places in London then please call and we will put together a memorable event for you.
See London in a whole new way!