Bath Treasure Hunts

Looking for a unique and engaging team building activity for your corporate company in Bath, UK? Look no further than the Wildgoose treasure hunt! Bath is a city steeped in history and culture, offering the perfect backdrop for an exciting and challenging team building adventure. Our treasure hunt challenges are specifically designed to improve employee communication, build stronger relationships, and improve overall productivity. By working together to solve puzzles and complete challenges, employees will develop essential problem-solving and teamwork skills. Plus, with the Wildgoose treasure hunt's high-tech features and interactive design, employees are sure to have a blast while learning valuable skills. And the best part? Booking a Wildgoose treasure hunt team building activity offers an impressive ROI, including increased employee engagement, improved team performance, and ultimately, higher business profits and success. So don't wait – book your Wildgoose treasure hunt team building activity today!

The World Heritage jewel of West Country

From rolling hills to The Circus curved townhouses, Bath is a visually striking location that has played host to period dramas such as Bridgerton and Sherlock.

As rich in history as it is culture

While the delightful sights and former residents of Bath are impressive enough, the city’s strong ties to Roman history makes this city a must-see location. Wind your way through the cobbled streets to the famous baths. With so much to see and do there are plenty of ways to incorporate your next team Treasure Hunt with an on-foot exploration of the beautiful city of Bath.

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Our flexible technology allows global teams all over the world play together in one game! Whether you have participants in London, Paris or New York, each player or team will be able to seamlessly join your activity and get involved with the fun!

250 People

We can accommodate up to 250 people per session. For groups larger than 250 people, please speak to us for options as we do have solutions.

Teams of 4-6

During the event, you will be put into groups, all playing against each other in smaller teams of 4 - 6 participants.

Discover why Bath reigns supreme for scavenger and treasure hunts!

Your team will not be short of things to see and do while exploring Bath’s day and nightlife. The city was once home to the man who invented plasticine, and the planet Uranus was discovered in the back garden of the Bath home of William Herschel in March 1781. Want to feel like you have walked straight into a Jane Austen novel, then Bath is the place for you. This scenic West Country city has served as a backdrop for screen dramas including Bridgerton, Persuasion, Vanity Fair and Sherlock, and boasts the novelist as one of its former residents. Its stunning Royal Crescent will set the scene for any away day ideas you might have and is an ideal place to start your pub explorer team building activity. Its rich Roman history is a major attraction for visitors, and its curative thermal spring water has been a major draw for centuries. Fun days out are what Wildgoose is all about and we want to give your team an experience they will not forget. All of our team building events are run through your smartphone by a remote event host so you can stay safe while enjoying some team bonding time.

Discover some of the best spots in Bath for treasure hunts and scavenger hunts! 🗺️🔍

Oldfield Park

If you are looking to add a splash of colour into your pub explorer adventure then you can’t go far wrong with Oldfield Park. This vibrant area has a strong student population (and where there are students, there are pubs) and a lovely and diverse community. One of the most striking features of Oldfield Park is the colourful rows of houses, which are characteristic of the area. From bright pinks and greens, to muted blues and grays, these houses provide the best backdrop for any team-building activity whether it is self-guided using the Wildgoose urban explorer app or personalised for your corporate needs. The University of Bath is nearby which has led to the development of a vibrant student community, with plenty of pubs, cafes and restaurants catering to student tastes and budgets. It's a great area for urban explorers looking to get a sense of the real Bath beyond the tourist hotspots.


Widcombe is ideal for pub explorers who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city centre. It is just a short walk from central Bath and has options to suit all tastes and budgets. Traditional pubs the White Hart Inn and the Ring O' Bells serve local ales and hearty pub grub, or if you want to go a little more upmarket there are restaurants and cafes which offering anything from French cuisine to vegetarian and vegan options. Widcombe is the perfect place to gather evidence for our Spy School: In the Field game. It’s towpath is a perfect trail for those seeking adventure or even a cruise along the canal. With plenty to keep all the adults in your party occupied Widcombe is a great place to spend the whole day or even just a few hours.

Bath City Centre

Bath city centre is the ideal place for a team-building treasure hunt. Its main attraction is the Roman Baths, a UNESCO World Heritage Site if well-preserved hot springs and bathhouses which were built by the Romans nearly 2,000 years ago. Urban explorers should get their smartphones at the ready to collect virtual items while touring the baths. Those who have worked up a thirst for the pub explorer game could whet their whistle tasting the waters from the hot springs. Baths Georgian architecture is a picturesque scene of elegant townhouses, crescents and squares, many of which were built in the 18th century. Famous examples include the Royal Crescent, and the Circus a curve of grade I listed townhouses the same diameter as Stone Henge and said to be built around the rising and setting sun. Personalise your visit with a walking tour to find out more about the history of the area and get to know your colleagues better in the process.

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