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Seaside Walk Week - Thames Treasure Trail (Thurs)
Thu 27 July 2017, 17:45 – 20:00 BST
Join us for a unique walking event and discover parts of London you never knew existed
As part of Seaside Walk Week 2017, the Family Holiday Association is hosting Thames Treasure Trails after working hours on Wednesday 26 July and Thursday 27 July.
Starting at a central London location, you'll be presented with a unique quiz. Your challenge will be to answer each question in turn, which will point you towards the next location and clue and so on until you reach the finish and prize-giving at a pub near to London Bridge rail and Tube station.
The quickest team to (accurately) complete the trail on each evening will win our treasure.
Created by our friends at the British Guild of Tourist Guides (also known as Blue Badge Guides) you can be sure to discover hidden and fascinating gems of London's rich history that are missed by the majority.
If you would like to book to take part on Wednesday 26 July please click here.
Create your own team with friends or colleagues (up to a maximum of four people) or we can help you find fellow quizzers to join up with on the day. The trail will take about 60 minutes to complete, followed by drinks when the winner will be announced.
Don’t worry if you get stuck along the way. You’ll be able to use your ‘phone a guide’ lifeline in exchange for a small donation to our charity!
The cost is £15 per person (including one drink at the finish!). So that’s just £60 for a team of four. All profits will go towards helping struggling families to get the breaks they need.
Our thanks to the British Guild of Tourist Guides without whom the event would not be possible.
- Tickets are non-refundable or transferable.
- Details are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change at short notice.
- Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
- Participants take part at their own risk.
- It is the responsibility of participants to ensure that they are sufficiently fit and healthy to take part. Participants should seek advice from their GP or a helath professional if they are unsure.
- Clothing and footwear appropriate to the terrain and weather conditions should be worn.