Treat Mum with Treasure Hunt York this Mother’s day

Posted on March 1, 2022

A family playing Treasure Hunt York together on Mother’s day

It’s that time of year again, looking for the perfect way to show your mum how great she is. Give her the perfect gift this year- an afternoon with you! Put the chocolates back on the shelf and add a Treasure Hunt York game to your basket!

Take your mum on an adventure this Mother’s day with a trip into town to play Treasure Hunt York It’s a fun way to spend some quality time with Mum, getting out the house and making memories together.

“This was a great family (kids 11 and 14) activity post-lockdown. We have lived in York for 15 years and we went places we have never been.”

—YorkieMummie, Tripadvisor

It’s designed for adults, so you’ll have a laugh together (8+ are welcome too if you want to make a family day of it - 15 and under go FREE).

You’ll be testing out your essential pirate skills - following treasure maps, solving cryptic clues, and looking carefully around the city to find the answers. You’ll all be led around the city by a bossy pirate character who sends messages to your phones.

An illustration of how Treasure Hunt York works

Plenty of stops 🍺 ☕

Don’t worry, there’s plenty of time for stops along the way if Mum rebels! We’ve planned a carefully designed route that passes some of York’s best pubs and cafes so you won’t go thirsty.

Last minute? No problem! ⌛

What’s more, if you’re disorganised like me and you’re reading this on Sunday morning, no problem! You can book last minute, unlike all restaurants which are all booked up.

“We thought the clues were pitched at the correct level, not too easy and made you look very closely at your surroundings, without being impossible to solve.
We had a fun day exploring York with a few pit stops for refreshement between clues.”

—Grendel46, Tripadvisor

ahoy@treasurehuntyork.com

Telephone: 01904 500 868
Text us: 07380 309380

Gardens and Guildhalls starts from:
York Observatory, Museum Gardens, York, YO30 7BH

Play our second game in York: Walk the Walls