Things to do in Stony Stratford - The Stony Stratford Treasure Trail

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£9.99 + £0.00 p&p
Please choose your Trail format:

    • A Treasure Hunt themed walking Treasure Trail around Stony Stratford
    • Ideal for discovering more about where you live or exploring somewhere new
    • Trails are done in your own time at your own pace
    • This Trail is approximately 2 miles long and takes 2 about hours to complete
    • This Trail is suitable for all ages from 6 - 106 (no children necessary!)
    • One Trail booklet is enough for 4-5 people
    • Chance to win some real Treasure! All correct answers are entered into the monthly £100 prize draw
    • Circular loop Trail
    • Mobile phone text service for clue answers if you get stuck, ensuring that no mystery goes unsolved
    • This Trail can be sent to you in the post or downloaded today for instant Trailing fun!

The Stony Stratford Treasure Trail starts at:

Market Square
Stony Stratford
Milton Keynes
MK11 1BE
England

Please Note: With its fine catalogue of arts, music & literature festivals, a rich variety of entertainment and social events, along with a Christmas lights display the envy of the area, Stony Stratford is well worthy of a visit! Mentioned in Shakespeare, Stony Stratford has been visited by the most famous people in British history, including a number of kings and queens; the diarist Samuel Pepys; the writers Charles Dickens; Defoe and George Eliot; Samuel Johnson, the compiler of the world's first dictionary. Another visitor was the famous preacher John Wesley, who addressed local people under the old elm tree, now replaced by a new oak tree in the Market Square.

There are numerous historic pubs, cafes and restaurants to choose from as you make your way around the Trail, and Millfield, about half way around the Trail, provides the perfect picnic spot