Glasgow Treasure Hunts

For a remarkable and thrilling corporate team-building activity in the beautiful city of Glasgow, Wildgoose's treasure hunt challenges deliver an unforgettable experience.

You'll have the opportunity to delve into the city's rich history and stunning Victorian and art nouveau architecture through photo and video challenges that will test your intellect and creativity. While you're at it, experience the warm and welcoming vibes of this charming port city that has a friendly culture unlike any other.

All you need to get started is the Mobile Adventures app and an open mind, and get ready to cherish some of the most exciting team building and treasure hunt activities you'll find in Glasgow. Click here to check out our wide range of team building activities in Glasgow, and join us in this exciting adventure!

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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

We'll group you up with 4-6 other participants and set you off to compete against each other during the event. Get ready to have a blast!

What makes Glasgow the best place for treasure hunts and scavenger hunts?

Planning a trip to Scotland? Glasgow, the vibrant, friendly port city, is the place to be! The city that brought us Billy Connolly, Franz Ferdinand, and Robert Carlyle is a treasure trove of architectural wonders and cultural delights.

From the awe-inspiring medieval cathedral to the exquisite Victorian and Edwardian architecture, Glasgow has it all. Unwind at one of the city's nine districts - hop from pubs to galleries - or scream your heart out at a football game. Let's not forget Sauchiehall Street, where you'll find stunning art nouveau designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

And if you're looking for team-building activities, Wildgoose can tailor the perfect experience for you. Explore Glasgow like never before, and make memories that will last a lifetime!

Come on, let's make your visit to Glasgow unforgettable!

Ready for an adventure in Glasgow? Try a treasure or scavenger hunt! 🕵️🗺️

Glasgow City Centre

Looking for the best pub explorer treasure hunt experience? Glasgow city centre is the perfect place, especially if you enjoy buzzing nightlife, popular landmarks and a range of bars, pubs, and nightclubs. Take your urban exploration to the next level, use your smartphone for a self-guided tour and a fun quiz. Don't forget to visit Buchanan Street for some retail therapy. Glasgow is easily accessible via public transport, so you can explore it all on foot.


Discover the vibrant and diverse Glasgow Southside, from the historic architecture of Pollokshields to trendy cafes in Shawlands. Explore Pollok Country Park, which houses the impressive Burrell Collection of over 9,000 works of art and artefacts, or take part in our Spy School in the Field game in the beautiful woodland walks, walled garden, and highland cow enclosure. Visit Queen's Park for panoramic views and Victorian glasshouses. Southside is home to independent cafes, bars, and pubs, perfect for explorers. And, if your team is hungry, head to Shawlands to experience the thriving foodie scene. Come and discover Southside, Glasgow's hidden gem!

East End

The East End of Glasgow is a thriving community with a fascinating cultural heritage and a variety of exciting urban attractions. Once an industrial hub, this vibrant location is home to the iconic Glasgow Necropolis - a Victorian cemetery that offers guided tours and makes for an excellent location for a spooky treasure hunt. The East End is also home to the famous Barrowland Ballroom music venue, which has played host to some of the world's biggest acts. Other attractions include The People's Palace and Winter Gardens, as well as the Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery, which showcases Glasgow's industrial heritage. With plenty of traditional Scottish pubs to explore, visitors to the East End are truly spoiled for choice!

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