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Foxton Locks Spy Mission Treasure Trail

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Profile iconAges 4+
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Attraction Information

There's all sorts of things awaiting your discovery on the Foxton self guided spy themed Treasure Trail as you complete your mission.

A Treasure Trail is a great way to explore somewhere new or even somewhere you think you know well! The intriguing clues are set on a whole host of interesting and unique features that you might otherwise just walk on by!

Everyone in the family will need to join in, from 6 years and up, in order to solve the clues. Some are easy to find, others will need lots of pairs of eyes. Each time you solve a clue, the answer will fit nicely into your answer grid. At the end of the Trail, there's a deactivation code to work out in order to save the day: mission accomplished!

It's a great way to explore; the easy to follow directions take you on a 2.5 mile route which you can enjoy at your own pace.

The Foxton Locks Treasure Trail is just one of many self guided mystery walks in the region which you can enjoy at any time.

This Trail can be instantly downloaded as a PDF file for same-day-Trailing-fun, or sent out to you in the post. See Treasure Trails website for more details. 

Opening hours

Trails are self guided and can be instantly downloaded from our website. Follow the Trail, solve the clues and see the sights on any day of your choosing. There is no need to phone us for opening details. All Trails are designed to be completed in daylight.

Pricing

£9.99 per Trail (not per person). One Trail booklet recommended for a group of 4 to 5 people.

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Location

Address

Gurnley Road,
Foxton,
Leicestershire,
LE16 7RA,
England

Phone number

01872 263692

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