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Blow Away the Cobwebs with Treasure Trails this February Half Term
As winter comes to an end, step outside with Treasure Trails this February Half Term.
Will you crack the codes on a Spy Mission, become a detective with a Murder Mystery or find ‘X marks the spot’ on a Treasure Hunt?
To help you decide which Trail adventure to choose we have compiled the Top 10 Trails of 2018:
Budding detectives will need to work together on this murder mystery Trail surrounding Seven Dials and Covent Garden.
Time is ticking on this Treasure Trail spy mission. Weave through the heart of St Albans and pass through historic inns, the ‘Abbey’ and learn about other local landmarks.
Follow the journey of a Scottish nobleman rumoured to be involved in piracy on this treasure hunt. Twist and turn through the ancient streets of Edinburgh as you and your family try to locate the hidden treasure.
Explore the Manchester Medieval Quarter with this murder mystery and discover the secrets of this ancient city.
Discover the King’s Mile and hunt for treasure on this Trail as you explore the historic east side of the city inside and outside the walls.
Crack the code on this spy mission uncovering the secrets of the Bath Abbey and 18th Century Georgian architecture.
Calling all sweet-toothed detectives! Solve the whodunit murder mystery Trail whilst exploring the picturesque ‘chocolate-box streets’ unwrapping the mysteries behind Terry’s, Rowntree and other kings of confectionery.
Weave through the ‘city of dreaming spires’ and see the heart of this ancient city on a spy mission Trail. Climb the 99 steps to the top of the Carfax Tower, see where JRR Tolkien used to live and learn many more amazing stories.
Discover the culprit on this murder mystery whilst you explore the Georgian heart of this lively county town and it’s beautiful parks and riversides.
Adventurers will love this treasure hunt Trail in the centre of Cambridge. Search high and low throughout the high street and university colleges for stories and clues.