The treasure trail website is easy to understand and there are so many different trails to do. We are excited to try out the few in our local area.
There are three different themes, murder mystery, treasure hunt and spy mission . We are lucky that there are three in our local area and we have one of each. The murder mystery treasure trail won the vote, so that’s what we did first.
I ordered a print at home booklet. This meant we could print and use the trail as often as we wanted. There were options to personalise the trail and have it printed and sent to you. It’s £7.99 for the pdf version and I think it is great value for money (so far anyway).
The treasure trail
So we headed off from the starting point (which was a car park – very handy). The instructions were clear and we got to our clues with ease. One of the clues was quite tricky to find – but that adds to the fun for the adults as well as the children.
It was lovely to see them all wiorking together to find out the clues of the murder mystery. We are heading out on Saturday to finish off the treasure trail. As it got cold, dark and wet very quickly we decided to go out for tea to Hungry Horse. I wasn’t going to buy Imogen a full meal as she hasn’t been eating. However, I’m glad I did because she ate everything, and made a lovely mess too!
Everyone enjoyed their food, and there was a deal on where 2 adult and 2 children could eat for £15 with a huge ice cream pudding – Harry and Declan loved it!
Me and Lily were able to try the Vegan fishless fish and chips and the bakewell tart with vegan ice cream – both were delicious.