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London NHM ReadyCityGo®
£149 for 2 teams
Additional teams £60 each
(max 5 people per team)
Optional 'Branding' £30 one-off
Postage & Packing FREE*
The London Natural History Museum ReadyCityGo® Challenge is a fun, bite-sized way to explore the vast and fascinating museum that is unsurpassed when it comes to the natural world.
Add some friendly competition and you've got a novel all-weather activity for a hen party, stag weekend, group visit, birthday celebration, anniversary, social get-together or team building day out, especially if your budget is limited.
You don't need to be a boffin in botany, a guru in geology or a doctor in dinosaurs to enjoy this self-run treasure hunt (but if you are, that's fine). 'Overview' not 'Overload' means there is wide appeal for all and no-one should get bored.
Can your team be first to work out the best route around the museum, solve a cunning mixture of clues, puzzles, tasks and questions covering the exotic to the extinct, plants to planets and gems to gemsbok... then crack the final code?
The London Natural History Museum ReadyCityGo® Challenge is set up ready for you to run independently. The hunt's unique flexible format means that you can choose where to start and finish within the museum and how long you want to take - so that it fits with your schedule, your other activities and where you're staying or meeting.
We accept payment by major Credit & Debit Cards, PayPal, Google Wallet, Cheque and Internet Banking
“We chose the Natural History Museum Treasure Hunt as our annual team building event as it sounded like a challenge, fun and educational – it was this and a lot more. By far, it was the best team building event I have ever participated in.”
Marketing & PR company,
City of London
London (City of)
London (South Bank)
London (West End)