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Here are a few Chelsea places we’ve done score tallying for both travelling families on Luxe Hunts as well as for group hen hunts and prize giving ceremonies for corporate clients like Random House and Superdrug. As the V&A and Natural History Museum are just across from each other, the directions remain the same:

Bunch of Grapes (Pub)

Pub exterior, taken from TripAdvisor.

Bunch of Grapes is a lovely Victorian English pub, with original stensiled glass grand décor and dark woods throughout, with pleasant upstairs. We’ve conducted score tallying and prize-giving for up Random House here, a group of over … Read More

GIRAFFE START & FINISH POINT

You’ll meet your THATMuse Rep at the Giraffes in the main Hintze Hall. She’ll have a white canvas THATMuse tote and prior to your hunt her name and contact details will be emailed.

TOOLS

Freshly charged batteries in your phones/cameras (per team) & comfy shoes.


Your THATMuse Mission

Photo your team in front of as many pieces of Treasure as possible within the given amount of time (90 minutes to 2 hours)!


RULES

  1. Teams must stay together, must not run, jump or shout & of course NO NO NO TOUCHING anything…
  2. No external help… If
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MEETING POINT

We’ll meet on the corner of Cromwell Road & Exhibition Road and together will grapple with the security line entrance to the museum.  Your THATMuse host will have a white canvas THATMuse tote to distinguish her. The name and contact details of your greeter will be sent to you via email prior to your hunt.

TOOLS

Freshly charged batteries in your phones/cameras (per team) & comfy shoes.


Your THATMuse Mission

Photo your team in front of as many pieces of Treasure as possible within the given amount of time (90 minutes to 2 hours)!


RULES

  1. Teams must stay
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Originally published March 13, 2018

On your THATNat at the Natural History Museum, you’ll come across lots of objects that look like skeletons. Mighty T-Rex skulls, a full Iguanodon, and winged pteranodons. But are the skeletons the same as the skulls of the mammoths and mastodons in the museum’s collection?   

It’s a tricky question – one that we will answer on the hunt, of course!   

Not all fossils are bones. Any trace of a long-dead creature can be a fossil. Footprints are fossils. Bones are fossils. Egg shells are fossils. Even droppings are fossils – and we can learn … Read More

Originally published March 22, 2018

On this upcoming Sunday, 25 March, we’re launching THATNat- our Treasure Hunt At The Natural History Museum! We’ll be meeting for the hunt at 2 pm in the Lower Ground Floor ‘Picnic Area’: If entering Hintze Hall from the Cromwell Rd entrance, place yourself below the belly of the Blue Whale soaring above the lobby. Within Hintze Hall, to the right (Info Desk behind you) pass through the double-doored corridor then hang another sharp right to the stairwell leading down to the Lower Ground Floor (in the ‘Green Zone’ as per the map). Once … Read More

Originally published March 22, 2018

The Beatles had a famous song (at least one) where they sang, “Look for the girl with the sun in her eyes, and she’s gone.” They were not talking about the Lucy you’ll meet on your THATNat hunt at the Natural History Museum in London, but imagine this tiny human living many, many years ago. She probably had a few happy moments, with sun in her eyes. Or at least we like to think so.Lucy was not a human; however, she was not an ape either. So, what was she?

Discovered in Ethiopia, Lucy belongs … Read More