Gallant Green ParkHunt London: The Drained Battery

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Experience the sights, smells, and sounds of picturesque Royal Green Park in a royalty & military-themed quest to find The Drained Battery.

It's all about exercise and a beautiful walk as you solve simple clues & learn about the local inhabitants that have risen, and fallen, in the park whilst also taking in Marble Arch, St James’s and Buckingham Palace!

An exciting couples, family, wheelchair & buggy-friendly journey to discover a rich history amongst central London's greenest oasis.

The route starts at the Statue of Goddess Diana water fountain (pic 5 in the gallery) situated just inside the park, on the southeast side of Green Park Underground Station.

Are you ready for a stroll with a difference?

Note: From previous players’ feedback, it’s definitely worth taking water and a snack to have along the way; there’s a supermarket and other food & drink shops right by the underground station.

Loved the facts and seeing the funky water fountain!" - Emma

"Lived in London all my life and this took me to places that I haven't seen and didn't know anything about. A good walk full of fun facts." - Wedgie

Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
Duration: Approximately 1¾ Hours
Accessibility: Wheelchair & Buggy-Friendly
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Places you will visit


It will take you

95-125 mins

You will walk

3290 steps

Total distance

2.5 km


  • Visit Green Park, Marble Arch, St James’s Palace, Buckingham Palace and more!

  • Find out whose jealousy led to Green Park being forever green

  • Discover which British monarch survived 5 assassination attempts in the park (and 8 in total!)

  • Hear great stories of gallantry, forever honoured in a tranquil setting

  • Immerse yourself in nature and history, leaving the outside world behind

  • Discover it all at Royal Green Park, a gem in central London


Welcome to Gallant Green ParkHunt London: The Drained Battery!

Before we start, here are some top tips:
  • Please note that there aren’t ANY loos along the route, so it may be worth using the facilities at Green Park Underground Station (may charge a fee) before you start.
  • At the other end of that cycle, the fountain (pic 1, hopefully in front of you) provides drinking water in the summer months, so help yourself if you’re thirsty!
  • Lastly, from previous players’ feedback, it’s definitely worth taking water and a picnic or snack to have along the way; there’s a supermarket and other food & drink shops right by the underground station.

If you can't see the water fountain mentioned above, follow these directions from Green Park Underground Station:
Leave via the exit marked Green Park Buckingham Palace (pics 2 & 3). If you’ve come out of the correct one you should emerge straight out in front of the black Statue of Goddess Diana Water Fountain so stop there and ignore the rest of the instructions below.

If you’ve exited the station at any other exit (there are several), you’ll either be on the north or south side of busy Piccadilly. You should see the trees of Green Park to the south, so enter the park to the LEFT< of the structure with the green roof (pics 4 & 5). If you find yourself taking tea at The Ritz, you’ve gone too far left!

If you’ve entered the park via the gate (pic 5), walk along the path for about 70m and there will be a turning on the RIGHT> (pic 6), you should then see the fountain up ahead.

Touch Continue when you can see it.

Game route

Starting point Constance Fund Statue of Goddess Diana
London SW1A 1RD, UK
Finish point Royal Artillery Memorial
London SW1X 7TA, UK
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30 Mar 2024
A superb questo. Very interesting. Extremely clear directions which were very helpful. A perfect length of time. Thank you


30 Mar 2024
Excellent! Perfect time and clues just at the right level. Lovely to see and hear all about the different statues, memorials and buildings during the trail.


20 Dec 2023


20 Dec 2023


08 Sep 2023

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