Brighton: Stanmer Park Treasure Hunt Adventure
Start Postcode: BN1 9SEView on Google map
Number of Questions: 28
Total Points: 70
A cycling or walking treasure hunt
adventure in Stanmer Park which offers stunning countryside and atmospheric woodlands
on the Eastern side of Brighton. This treasure hunt is ideal for families, especially those with children over 10yrs or for a couple of adults looking to add fun to a route around the park. The hunt will last a good two hours if completed as a walking treasure hunt and features a series of questions and mini challenges related to things you can see and do on the way. It will be equally as fun by bike, but of course quicker! One or two of the questions/challenges may be seasonally affected in terms of how the park is at different times of the year.
The views are amazing and children will be able to really appreciate nature with butterflies,flowers, an animal carved into a fallen tree and camps made out of branches all likely to make an appearance. Add in the unusual Frankland memorial and the long distance appearance of Brighton`s Amex stadium and you really have an excellent adventure awaiting!
The start and finish point is outside One Garden
, which is not only a walled garden, but includes a market shop and seasonal dish eatery too. The postcode here is BN1 9SE and the nearest car park is the Patchway car park nearby.
For those of you choosing a cycling version you can use your own cycles or why not hire some if you are on holiday. This hunt involves stopping and starting of course, but a moderate level of fitness is handy as it involves some uphill sections (as well as downhill!).The answers are attached to the bottom of the hunt as there is not a smartphone option for this treasure hunt. (and why no questions/points are indicated for this hunt). Let me know how you get on by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org and I can add Black Cat points onto your account. You may even get amongst the leaders on the leaderboard!
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