Walking tours

Discovery Game London’s Hackney and Shoreditch a city farm, a hidden community garden and street art

Availability: Flexible
Duration: 4 hours
Language: English
Mobile voucher accepted
Do this because
  • Explore Hackney and Shoreditch during this interactive Discovery Game
  • Solve riddles at each stop of this digital treasure hunt
  • Get up close with the wildlife at Hackney city farm
  • Marvel at fantastic street art
  • Learn about the city's history on an exciting adventure
  • Be the fastest to solve the riddles for a chance to win a free game
What to expect

On this interactive discovery experience across London's Hackney and Shoreditch, you will solve riddles via a web app in your phone’s browser. After you start your adventure at Hackney City Farm, you will be faced with 13 riddles that will lead you from one spot to the next, unveiling local recommendations, fun facts and the city's history. You will receive all the information you need for your tour in an e-mail after the booking.

Prepare for an urban discovery adventure that will see you playing with farmyard animals in the heart of the East End and relaxing in a hidden community garden. On the trail, you can see the wonders of Brick Lane, trapeze the shops of Columbia Road, and a few colorful hidden gems will be revealed as you play.

The hotspots you will discover during this game include:

  • Hackney City Farm
  • Columbia Road (with Flower Market on Sundays!)
  • The quiet Boundary Gardens
  • Shoreditch High Street
  • Street art
  • The amazing Nomadic Community Gardens
  • Brick Lane.

This game is suitable for friends, couples, families with kids and team buildings. Enjoy being together while exploring a city, be creative and use your imagination to find the city’s secrets!

Play for the fastest time and get listed on the leaderboard or take your time and share your best adventure photo using #secretcitytrails. Both might lead to a free game!

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Where

1a Goldsmiths Row, London E2 8QA, United Kingdom

Meeting point:

Start your Discovery Game at Hackney City Farm (nearest stations Hoxton or Cambridge Heath).

What to remember
  • You will receive your game within 24 hours after your booking
  • This is a self-guided tour, there is no tour guide that meets you at the start location
  • You will receive an email with a link to your game. The link to the game is valid up to 6 months after the purchase. By tapping the play button your game opens in your phone’s browser. No downloads needed
  • You can stop the game and take a break at any point and start where you left off later
  • You can play Tuesday to Sunday between 11.00am and 4.00pm
  • The game is recommended to be played in a team of 1-5 people
  • You can share a team viewer link, so everyone can read riddles and stories on their phones. Just make sure to select one person to enter answers
  • Start at Hackney City Farm (nearest stations Hoxton or Cambridge Heath)
  • End on Brick Lane
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When
  • You can play Tuesday to Sunday between 11.00am and 4.00pm
  • You can start the game up to 6 months after the purchase
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Provider
Secret City Trails
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Unfortunately, we can't offer you a refund nor can we change or cancel your booking for this particular product, due to our partner's policy.

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