The 10 Best Hen Party Treasure Hunt Routes in BrightonPosted on: 20/02/2020
In our series of Around the World in 80 treasure hunts..the next 10 (numbers 11-20) feature some of the best routes for a hen party treasure hunt in Brighton. Black Cat have a strong reputation for personalised hen party treasure hunts in Sussex and especially in Brighton.
A starting point can be determind by where your accommmodation is or maybe where you are having a meal before setting off on the hunt. Black Cat is a master at getting questions that will lead you from the edges of Brighton or, indeed, centrally to take in a great cross section of must see and unknown treasures.
#11 Train Station to the Pier
: A classic route that soon takes in the quirky North Laine area all the way to the extremely popular Pier. Handy for those arriving by train of course and wanting to get stuck straight in to the hunt and also for those who like to see/discover the widest variety of attractions in the City. Maybe start as an alternative at Grand Central pub (opposite the station) for a meal or drink.
#12 The Level to the Seafront
(via Sydney St). This route is for those starting slightly on the outskirts of Brighton near the Lewes or Ditchling roads. The Level is a large park with skateboarding,a cafe and a kids playground. The route will work you steadily into the Centre of Brighton finishing on or close to the seafront.
#13 Metrodeco to City Centre
. Our friends at this popular 30`s style tearoom can serve you a morning brunch or post treasure hunt cocktail. Questions will take you initially parallel to the sea and then work to a more central finishing point of your choice for a drink, meal or for another activity.
#14 The Clocktower to Metrodeco
. The Clocktower is pretty much the most central point in Brighton and perfect for a starting point. The route can take you back through Kemptown eventually to Metrodeco or quite possibly and typically in a circle so that you can then pop up to the popular shopping area of Churchill square maybe or easily back to your accommodation.
#15 Sillwood Rd to Clock Tower
. Sillwood Rd is on the Western side of Brighton and the route will pass the comparitively new attraction, the i360. There is quite a lot of Hen party accommodation based in this area and the route can take you centrally to such as the Clock Tower or, more likely maybe ,to a pub of your choice!
#16 Redroaster Cafe (St James`s St) to North Rd
. Easy walking distance for all of those starting from accommodation based in Kemptown. Redroaster is a popular independent cafe and from there you can head through The Lanes and back towards the North Laine maybe. Finish on North Rd maybe for a meal or pub stop.
#17 The `Birdcage`Bandstand to City centre.
Similar to #13 in terms of route, but a good and appropriate starting place for a hen party treasure hunt as you can have wedding ceremonies held there! it is that bit further towards Hove and on the seafront so an option if your accommodation is based over that way.
#18 Pier to Upper North St.
Starting at the Pier has a number of advantages. teams can set off without seeing where the previous one has gone and you can access a wide number of options of routes. Set off along the seafront or more or less straight ahead along East St or curve round via the SeaLife Centre. Alternatively as suggested here you could weave in and out of a number of interesting places and keep going past Churchill Square. Pub,food and other activity options.
#19 The Marina to the Seafront.
I left this option to #19 as you will need some kind of transport because The Marina is too far to the Eastern side of Brighton to access all the attractions of Brighton on a walking treasure hunt. However!..I have written a hen party treasure hunt that used the quirky Volks train that runs from near the Marina to the Pier. Questions start on the train and then you head off into the centre.
#20 Around the Pier to The Royal Pavilion
..and back. Those who have planned time on the Pier, but still want to take in a bit of Brighton. Quirky questions set on the Pier, followed by the ever popular Lanes District and on to the cultural district of the City, typified by the stunning Pavilion.
So there you have it..just some of the routes that Black Cat thinks about when you return your booking forms. Talking of which..contact us on email@example.com
to get the ball rolling on your hen party treasure hunt.