Treasure Hunts in Birmingham

The Midlands is the easiest area in the UK for many big companies to get together for their  meetings, conferences and their workforce team building events, being pretty much slap bang in the middle of the country. The Treasure Hunt Company has dozens of requests each year for treasure hunts in Birmingham in particular, as the modern city has a lot to offer for events of all sizes. This is why it features in our Top 25 Cities for Treasure Hunts!

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Teams can start off the day for meetings in one of the city’s many fantastic hotels, like the Macdonald Burlington, the Malmaison, or the Radisson Blu Hotel, have lunch in the restaurant and then set off for some fun and fresh air for the afternoon for one of our Birmingham Treasure Hunts.

Birmingham is ideal for our iSpy Treasure Hunt, which uses a variety of technical gadgets and challenges the teams to make their own videos, take photographs, receive surprise bonus challenges through their walkie talkie radios, and collect as many clues as they can by the time they reach their final destination!

The route will take them exploring through the Mailbox and by the canals, around the bustling markets near the Bullring, through Centenary Square and to the spectacular Cathedral.

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The route can take teams down the canals hunting for their clues

Kye Harman, one of our Event Managers, said:

“I really like the feel of a Treasure Hunt in Birmingham as the tall buildings and big wide streets makes the teams feel like they have to search hard for their treasure!”

For more information on the full range of our events, including an iSpy Birmingham and City Explorer events, visit our website or call the fabulous sales team on 0845 006 06 06.

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