Birmingham Treasure Hunts

Nestled at the heart of the country, where better than Birmingham to take on a team Treasure Hunt?

Explore the rich history and one-of-a-kind landmarks of Birmingham city centre for an unforgettable team-building experience! Step back in time and discover the stunning canals, marvel at architectural wonders, revel in picturesque beauty and get lost in vibrant shopping centres.

Elevate your experience with Wildgoose's ingenious GPS-based treasure hunts that enable your team to work together, foster collaboration, strengthen bonds and enhance communication. Discover the bustling streets of Birmingham as you solve intriguing clues and puzzles, competing against other teams in a thrilling race against time. It's not only fun and games but also engages and cultivates a strong bond between team members, resulting in improved productivity and a harmonious working environment, paving the way for success.

Invest in this enriching and rewarding opportunity with high return on investment that empowers your team to achieve great feats while exploring the heart of Birmingham. Join now and let Wildgoose transform your conventional team-building activities into a purposeful and exciting experience!

Bring the team together

Settled in the West Midlands, Birmingham is an accessible location for a whole range of UK based teams.

Find culture in abundance

From eclectic festivals to marvellous architecture, Birmingham has plenty to offer for teams looking for a change of scenery! A team Treasure Hunt will have you exploring this historic city’s beautiful waterways and delving into a rich cultural hotspot of the UK.

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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.

Why Choose Birmingham For Scavenger and Treasure Hunts?

Birmingham is a city of firsts when it comes to invention and innovation. This boom in industrialisation led to the sprawling city of today, attracting visitors from far and wide, making Birmingham the perfect place for a personalised pub explorer game. Manufacturing is a huge part of Birmingham’s history and the city’s inventors played a major role in the mechanisation of factories and mills and supplying the Royal Mint with up-to-date equipment. This inventiveness provides a brilliant setting for The Ultimate, a team-building game which brings everyone together and has a challenge around every corner. There is no shortage of inspiration for visitors to the second largest city in the UK. Oxygen was discovered in 1774 by Birmingham chemist Joseph Priestly and the first working steam engine was built in the nearby Black Country. Fictional train Thomas the Tank Engine was also brought to life by the Reverend Wilbert Awdry, who lived in the Kings Norton area of the city. Just bring yourself, your team, and your smartphones, and our remote event host will take you through the city’s streets. We are full of ideas and want you to enjoy the city’s culture, soak up your surroundings, have an adventure, and give you an experience unlike any other.

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


Hockley is Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, just a short walk from the city centre, it is home to more than 100 jewellery shops, as well as bars, cafes, and restaurants. Perfect for pub explorers who might want to inject a little more adventure into their team building games. In fact it’s a perfect setting for our Jury Service: MacLean House Jewellery Heist game which can be played in-person, in a hybrid setting or virtually. The history of the Jewellery Quarter dates back to the 16th century when the area was a hub for metalworking and manufacturing. It is still home to many traditional jewellery makers, as well as a growing number of contemporary jewellery designers. It also has a great food and drink scene for the pub explorers among your group. It is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in jewellery, history, or simply exploring Birmingham's vibrant cultural scene.

Birmingham Canal Navigations

The Birmingham Canal Navigations is the nearest your team will get to the sea in this landlocked city but it could be the ideal location for a treasure hunt while playing our Pirates Cove team building game. The canals were originally built in the late 18th century and were used to transport goods and raw materials, such as coal, iron, and limestone, to and from the city's factories and industrial sites. A popular destination for a walk, bike rides and boating it offers scenic routes through the heart of the city and its surrounding countryside. The best way to explore the historic locks, bridges and aqueducts, as well as the wildlife and greenery that thrive along the waterways is on foot or by boat. It is a fun and educational way to learn more about the canals' history and ecology, as well as their role in Birmingham's development as an industrial powerhouse.


Edgbaston is known for its green spaces, including Cannon Hill Park, the Botanical Gardens, Edgbaston Reservoir, and Winterbourne House and Garden. Any of these venues would make a great space for The Amazing Chase, an in-person team building game relying on smartphones and GPS to take you on a race around the world. Edgbaston is an affluent suburb and one of its most notable landmarks is Edgbaston Cricket Ground. It has hosted many international matches over the years, including several Ashes tests, and is ripe pickings for a the sports enthusiasts among your team who can test their knowledge with a virtual quiz. But if sport is not your game then it is worth taking a walk around the area to find your fix of culture, nature and relaxation.

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