Duration: Approximately 1¾ Hours
Accessibility: Wheelchair & Buggy-Friendly
Experience the sights, smells, and sounds of picturesque Royal St James's Park in a royalty & nature-themed quest to find The Elusive Crossing.
It's all about exercise and a beautiful walk as you solve simple clues & hear fun facts about local inhabitants, past and present.
An exciting couples, family, wheelchair & buggy-friendly journey to discover a rich cornucopia of plants & animals steeped in history.
Take water & snacks, or even a picnic, to enjoy whilst relaxing by the tranquil lake.
The route starts on the NORTH exit of St James's Park underground station, by the mini-roundabout linking roads named Broadway, Petty France and Queen Anne's Gate.
Are you ready for a stroll with a difference?
"Great walk, loved the big reveal at the end!" - Emma
"A smart and imaginative quest where you're the central character. Come with an open mind, good walking shoes and bright eyes. You're in for a real treat!" - Rosy
Places you will visit
It will take you
You will walk
Immerse yourself in tranquil nature and leave the outside world behind
Find out why there isn’t a 7-storey Chinese pagoda in the park anymore
Visit Buckingham Palace and Horse Guards Parade
See squirrels, swans, parakeets, ducks, geese and another exotic bird that you won’t expect!
Discover it all at Royal St James’s Park, a gem in central London
You decide to go for a walk to build up an appetite. Besides, you can’t see The Elusive Crossing anywhere, so you won’t be able to eat yet anyway!
Follow the directions, solve the clues and hopefully you’ll arrive just in time.
For every stage, there are step-by-step picture directions to swipe through at the top of the screen, with arrows showing exactly where to go. For those that prefer text, you can also read the instructions, or even use the mapping function.
Except for a couple, most of the clues are fairly simple, but the answers are all visible from the points where you'll be standing at each stage.
There's also a hint available for each puzzle (light-bulb icon in the bottom-left of the screen) which will point you in the right direction and provide a handy image.
Remember though, the journey IS the destination! So take time to enjoy the sights, smells, and sounds in this lovely part of London.
Touch Continue if you up for hunting out that food!
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outdoor escape game look like?
Discover new places
As you walk and tour around the city, you will visit new cool places.
Solve puzzles, crack riddles
You will test your wits and exploring abilities with fun challenges.
Learn fun history
Each place comes with its own bit of history that you'll discover as you walk.
Put yourself in the shoes of a famous fictional character and play out their story.