Explore the streets of York's city centre, unlocking a hidden trail by finding clues, solving puzzles & completing challenges, earning points along the way all self-guided through the Go Quest Adventures app. See the area's highlights, explore it's hidden gems and learn some insider history and fun facts along the way (even locals will discover something new!).
Your Quest will begin in the beautiful Museum Gardens with the incredible remains of St. Mary’s Abbey, then winds you through the city’s historic walls, in and out of its unique snickelways, down the famous Shambles and back to the iconic Minster. During your Quest you might discover York’s secret cats, learn about a quirky collector and where Roald Dahl received some inspiration and, as one of the most haunted places in Europe, hear a ghost story or two!
* As the Quest is self-guided on your phone, start whenever you want (due to opening times of two locations, we suggest playing between the hours of 10:00am - 5:00pm)
* Get instant access with nothing to print off from home. You can be up and Questing in minutes!
* Go as fast as you want and try to top the leaderboard, or go at your own pace, stopping for rest breaks along the way. There are plenty of pubs, restaurants and bars on the trail.
* You can add up to 5 players per Quest for one low price
So grab your Viking helmet put on some comfy shoes, and get ready to explore the sights, discover hidden gems and ultimately, conquer your York Quest! BOOK YOUR QUEST
This is an ideal outdoor activity for couples, families, groups of friends, school groups and can be the perfect team building or corporate activity. Customised Quests and group packages are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Group Page
Do you have what it takes to Conquer the Quest? - Book Your Adventure Today!
(save 20% off your first Quest with code PLAYYORK)
Quests are available every day of the year and are self-guided so you can start your Quest when you want, although it is suggested that you start your Quest prior to 5:00pm, before the Museum Gardens and Dean's Park close.