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Lewes Treasure Hunt:



Start Postcode: BN7 2UT
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Number of Questions: 18
Total Points: 43

Lewes Treasure Hunt is the perfect route for a walking treasure hunt, taking in the important Battle of Lewes, a wife of Henry VIII, together with beer, a secret code in the beautiful Southover Grange, a dinosaur. fireworks and Tom Paine. Get ready for serious treasure hunt action in this historic, county town of Sussex.
  • The starting point for this walking treasure hunt is at the entrance of the Priory Ruins (station side). The closest car park is at Mountfield Road which has a post code of BN7 2UT. You may want to try this route after 6pm if it's a summer evening when street parking is free.Leave the car park with the fence and the grassy mound (tump or mount) on your right. Make your way along the path, with playing fields down on your left, to the entrance of Priory Ruins where you will find the answer to Question 1. The hunt will take approx 1.5 to 2.5 hours.The hunt is suitable for wheelchair users and those with pushchairs although it should be noted that there is one steep hill (up Station Street) and one which is more gradual to go down (School Hill). 
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Why Black Cat Treasure Hunts?
*I was born a few miles away(!) so I know Lewes really well and have a special affinity for it. I know all the best routes and things to see.
*I have worked in Lewes. I know quirky fun facts about the town and how to work those into the treasure hunt questions and challenges for teambuilding treasure hunts.
*I have lots of excellent testimonials and Google reviews
A personalised, Lewes treasure hunt testimonial: "I would like to thank you for my birthday treasure hunt. We all had a hilarious time, learnt a lot about Lewes and discovered parts of the town that we had never visited before. We were divided up into boys/ girls teams and I’m glad to say that, despite the boys’ attempts at cheating, the girls triumphed and I am now the proud owner of a Cliff Richard LP, some rubber ducks and a roll of sticky-backed plastic!"

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