London, UK

Queen & Freddie Mercury: The Last Verse

4.4
(11 ratings)
Created by
Will Jarvis
Play a Queen-themed city game while you go on a London walking tour.

On this London tour, you will follow clues to discover amazing places and local stories related to Queen, one of the most famous bands in the UK.

Are you up for a musical adventure in London?
3.0km
78min
10places
14.99EUR
per group of up to 4
  • After booking, follow the instructions you receive by e-mail for playing this city game & walking tour.
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee if you don't enjoy the quest

Highlights

  • Check out one of the world’s most famous concert halls
  • Take a relaxing walk in Hyde Park, where Queen concerted
  • Visit the London residences of Queen
  • Discover popular and lesser-known facts about the band 

Starting point

Imperial College of London, South Kensington

Know before you go

  • Quest available in English
  • This quest has 10 challenges
  • Best during the day

Storyline

You couldn’t believe it when you first heard the rumor. In all your years of investigative journalism, you’ve interviewed reclusive artists, discovered hidden tracks played backward and been to more concerts than family dinners. 

Now you have the chance to unravel the story of a lifetime, that could change the way people listen to one of London’s greatest bands of all time.

It’s Queen, of course. But what more can be discovered about Queen? Well, the rumor is that Brian May himself wrote an extra verse for a Queen song back in 1977. Yesterday, someone mailed you an envelope that just read ‘Be at South Kensington station tomorrow if you want to know how it ends’, and nothing more. So here you are.

Coming out of South Kensington Tube station, you find the Underground exit that is next to the Science Museum.

Reviews

4.4
(11 ratings)

Tim

5
Dec 2019
Awsome made and it was very interesting to see the different places!

Florin Anton

5
Nov 2019
This quest is a must-do for all the Queen's fans

Alex Payne

5
Aug 2019
I loved this quest - it’s so original and thoughtful and very poetic.
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