Treasure Hunt in Aberdeen
We love hosting treasure hunts in Aberdeen! Did you know that Aberdeen has been regularly voted as one of the happiest places to live in Britain? This cosmopolitan port city has also won Britain in Bloom a record number of times, a testament to the pride taken in the wide range of green spaces in the city. Nicknamed the Granite City, Aberdeen features grand architecture, a bustling city centre and a beach just a stone’s throw away.
Through our unique team building events, you will discover the hidden secrets of this eclectic mix of
How does it work?
Working together with their teammates, your staff will use our unique iPad app to navigate their way through the city. As they pass through the indicated hotspots, challenges will pop up on the screen. These will range from questions and quizzes to creative photo and video tasks. Each completed challenge builds points for the team.
Customers thought event was "mind-blowing" or "exceeded their expectations"
Customers would recommend using TeamChase for your next team building activity
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"TeamChase was a great experience! We did the 2.5 hour SpyChase challenge, when our management team met up in Edinburgh last week, and it was very much enjoyed by everyone! A very fresh and new way to team build, with excellent technology! Would definitely recommend for a team building activity!"
– Meltwater, Edinburgh, Kirsty Johnston
"CityChase was a super fun and incredibly well-organised event. Incorporating a clever use of technology, competing groups had to race around the city and solve a variety of challenges with hilarious results. We soon found different team members had different strengths and surprising talents. It was a great way to get to know your team and was the best day out I've had in a long time. Highly recommend."
– Aberdeen, Sarah Loh
"Perfect for team building! SpyChase was a very well planned, fun and energetic activity. Martina was very helpful with organisation throughout the whole experience and everyone had a great day."
– KPMG, Glasgow, Corrinne McNeillis