Cambridge Treasure Hunts

Are you in search of a team building adventure that will spark innovation, creativity, communication and collaboration? Look no further than Wildgoose's GPS treasure hunt in the heart of Cambridge. This unique and exciting activity will have your team exploring every nook and cranny of the city centre in a race to the finish line. Along the way, you'll discover hidden gems of Cambridge's charming and historic streets while completing challenges and clues. Take a break from the office and immerse yourself in the culture of one of the UK's most vibrant and picturesque cities. Not only will you leave with a sense of camaraderie and accomplishment, but you'll be buzzing with energy and inspiration to tackle any challenge that comes your way. So gather your team and prepare for an unforgettable experience with Wildgoose's treasure hunt in Cambridge.

Bike like the locals

Get on yer bike and whizz around Cambridge like many of the diligent university students that call this historic city home.

Rich in history

From towering universities to the winding streets and river, Cambridge is an experience not to be missed. As you venture through the city on your next Treasure Hunt or Team Building Activity you’ll be mesmerized by the bustle of locals out punting and enjoying the splendours of Cambridge. So go on, take a punt Cambridge for your next team event!

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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 Cambridge reigns supreme for scavenger and treasure hunts!

Cambridge is a perfect place to pit brains over brawn, home to some of the brightest minds worldwide such as Stephen Hawking, Charles Darwin, and Alan Turing. Our team-building activities include Pub Explorer and a whole range of GPS treasure hunts to challenge workmates and inspire their minds. With its winding streets, beautiful buildings, and the famous boat race along the River Thames against Oxford, there is a lot to explore on foot or via water in this historic and cultural city. Capture the day in photos and find out who’s who with our creative and strategic exercises for a bit of team bonding. Try our activities for engaging team-building that requires thinking outside the box and discover the beautiful city of Cambridge.

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

Cambridge City Centre

Cambridge city centre would be the perfect setting for Wildgoose’s Spy School. Full of mystery, intrigue and many drinking establishments it is an amateur historian’s playground and a Pub Explorer’s paradise. It is home to many of Cambridge's famous landmarks, including the University of Cambridge, King's College Chapel, and the Fitzwilliam Museum. The city’s pedestrianised streets are also perfect for exploring on foot. King's Parade, which runs along the front of King's College, offers stunning views of the chapel and the river, while Trinity Street and St John's Street are lined with historic buildings and shops. There is also a lot of green space. Parker’s Piece is known for its cricket matches, while Jesus Green and Midsummer Common, both offer beautiful views of the River Cam. The city centre is a vibrant and bustling and there will be something for everyone on your team.

The Backs

If you are looking to get your team out of the hustle and bustle of the city centre then The Backs will offer you the tranquillity you need. Parkland and gardens which run along the backs of several famous colleges, the name comes from the fact that the backs of the colleges face the River Cam, and the gardens and lawns are situated on the opposite side of the river. If you are tackling The Ultimate, then The Backs is just east of the city centre, easy to reach and a great place to explore on foot. It also provides a picturesque setting, great for a walk and gathering those all-important photos as part of your team building challenge. One of the most famous landmarks on The Backs is the Mathematical Bridge, which connects the two sides of Queens College over the River Cam. The boathouses at The Backs are used by various college rowing teams who can often be seen practising on the river.

Mill Road

Mill Road has a bustling street life and cultural diversity making it the best spot for teams looking to take on the Urban Explorer. Its name gives a clue to its history as it was once the main route into Cambridge from the south, and was lined with mills and factories. Most are now shops and residential properties but the area has a lot of character and is a great idea for a pub crawl or treasure hunt. It is home to the Cambridge Buddhist Centre and the Cambridge Museum of Technology, and regularly comes to life through its community events and festivals which take place all year round. One of its most popular events is the Mill Road Winter Fair so if you are looking for a festive Trivia Challenge this could provide the ideal setting. The area is well connected to the rest of Cambridge, with regular bus services running to the city centre and surrounding areas.

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