Bristol Treasure Hunts

Looking for a fun and unique team-building experience? Look no further than Bristol! This historic and vibrant city offers the perfect backdrop for a Wildgoose treasure hunt. With iconic landmarks like the Clifton Suspension Bridge and colorful street art, your team will be in for an exciting adventure.

Our treasure hunt team building activity is designed to foster cooperation and communication among team members. Together, you'll solve puzzles and clues to reach your ultimate goal, improving your problem-solving skills and building better relationships along the way.

Not only is our activity a great day out, but it also offers the chance to strengthen team synergy and build lasting friendships. Our experienced remote hosts ensure that everyone gets involved, making it a truly inclusive experience that encourages participation from all.

So why wait? If you're looking for a fantastic team-building activity that combines fun, adventure, and personal growth, then a treasure hunt in Bristol is the perfect choice for your team. Don't miss out!

A vibrant port area

Rich in history and warm culture, Bristol is the perfect place in the west country to get your team exploring!

Culture in abundance

With its notoriously young crowd and local legend Banksy known to grace the walls of the city, there’s no doubt that Bristol provides a colourful backdrop for your next activity. From the harbour to fine architecture and art, Bristol is a pirate’s paradise - making it the ultimate destination for your team’s next Treasure Hunt!

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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 Bristol reigns supreme for scavenger and treasure hunts!

Welcome to Bristol - the vibrant, multicultural city where there's something for everyone! As the largest city in Southwest England, Bristol boasts an array of unique attractions. Did you know that it was once home to its very own currency, bringing in a stunning £6 million to the local economy? And let's not forget that it is the largest hot air balloon manufacturer in the world and plays host to Europe's largest hot air balloon fiesta annually! But Bristol isn't just a tourist haven. With Hollywood royalty like Cary Grant and legendary street artist Banksy leaving their mark on the city, Bristol has an undeniable magnetism. And if street art is your jam, you'll be pleased to hear that the city holds UpFest, Europe's largest urban paint festival. If wildlife conservation is more your thing, the iconic Bristol Zoo has been a cornerstone of education, breeding programs, and conservation for decades. Looking for a day out with colleagues? Get your game face on with our smartphone-led pub explorer and treasure hunt. Our app will guide you around Bristol and ensure you have fun-filled memories to cherish long after you leave. With easy access via public transport, there's no excuse not to explore this colorful city.

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


Clifton is probably the most well-known part of the Bristol; famous for its suspension bridge, which spans the Avon Gorge and was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and Royal York Crescent, the longest terrace in Europe. If you are looking for the best backdrop for our  team building Spy School game then Clifton has it all. The area’s rich history dates back to the 18th century when it was developed as a fashionable residential area for Bristol's wealthy merchants. Many of the buildings in Clifton were designed by famous architects such as John Nash and William Butterfield, and today the area is designated as a conservation area. The Clifton Observatory and Caves offer stunning views of the city and the surrounding countryside, and the Clifton Downs, is popular for picnics and outdoor activities. There is plenty to see and do in Clifton and lots of places to quench your thirst if you are taking part in one of pub explorer bar crawls.

Gloucester Road

If you take a walk along Bristol’s Gloucester Road you will see a plethora of street art, including some of Banksy’s originals. The road is a major thoroughfare and shopping area and known for its vibrant and diverse community, independent shops, cafes, and restaurants and cultural events. Full to the brim of vintage clothing stores, artisan bakeries, specialist food shops, music shops, art galleries and bookshops along its two mile stretch, Gloucester Road is a must for the Urban Explorer or Pub Explorer. On Saturdays, it hosts a popular farmers' market, which would make a great pitstop during a self-guided teambuilding exercise. Many of the roads buildings and walls are adorned with colourful and intricate murals, making it an instagrammer’s dream and perfect for those smartphone selfies. It has a strong sense of community includes students, families and young professionals and the annual Glos Rd Central Mayfest, which features music, food, and arts events take place there.

Stokes Croft

Pub Explorer teambuilders will love bohemian Stokes Croft for its bohemian scene and vibrant nightlife. Originally developed for wealthy merchants, it became a hub for counter-culture and creativity as artists, musicians and writers flocked to the area. Street art has become a defining feature of the area, with tours and exhibitions showcasing the works. Members of your team looking for brain-busting Scavenger Hunt will love all the nooks and crannies this area has to offer. Stokes Croft also has strong community spirit, borne out in projects run in the area and is home to several popular music venues, including The Crofters Rights, which has hosted many up-and-coming bands. Close to the city centre it is easy to reach by train or on foot and a great choice for a self-guided team building challenge.

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