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Glasgow Treasure Trails

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The fun way to explore.

Treasure Trails are the perfect way to explore different areas across Glasgow. An easy to follow route will enable you to crack the clues whilst taking in some of the most fascinating sights along the way.

They're a great option to get some fresh air, explore new parts of Glasgow, and for everyone to learn something along the way. And best of all, it's self-guided, so you can go whenever you like, at your own pace.

Treasure Trails

By solving the clues on the trail, you can discover whodunit, find the buried treasure, or complete the mission like a true secret agent.

There are over 1000 treasure trails across the UK for you and the kids to enjoy, with 5 trails in central Glasgow and more in the surrounding areas. To view the full Glasgow list see here.

Discover the location of the buried treasure.

Eliminate the suspects to discover whodunit. This Murder Mystery Trail theme also runs in the West End

Crack the code and complete the mission just like a true secret agent. This Spy Trail theme also runs in the West End.



See a new location from a new perspective, whatever your age, whatever the weather.

Warning: Treasure trails can be addictive. Possible side effects include reduced time spent indoors watching television.

For more information about Glasgow Treasure Trails, see here.

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