Looking for an alternative experience for Valentines this February? Test yourself with our new and naughty Raiders adventure! Romp through time and find out what put the raunch in the Romans and made the Greek gods so gorgeous.
Quest for the Family Jewels is the lusty version of our Raiders of the Lost Archive games. Suitable for casanovas, your ‘flame’ or a group of friends, your team will have 90 minutes to crack clues, explore amorous artifacts and hunt down the hidden secrets of romance through the ages.
At the British Museum, you’ll join Professor Coffinberry and a host of other curious characters. In this game of love, you’ll have to think fast to defeat rival adventurers. Track your progress on the live leaderboard as you solve romantic riddles and learn how the ancients dealt with matters of the heart. Love is not always innocent, and this game is suitable for adults only aged 18 years and over.
|Location||The British Museum, Bloomsbury, London|
|Accessible?||Please contact us for details|
The Story So Far
Renowned explorers Professors Coffinberry and Cartwright have fallen for each other but don’t know how to speak the language of love. As members of the Wingback Society, a group of scholars and adventurers, the call is upon you to help them to help explore the history of hanky panky.
Quest for the Family Jewels is played at the British Museum, which is fully accessible. However, briefing and debriefing take place at the Museum of Comedy, which is not suitable for wheelchair users. If you want to take part but have some concerns, please email us in advance and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Who is it for?
This game is suitable for your nearest and dearest, your friend or your lover. Quest for the Family Jewels is not child friendly and strictly for those aged over 18 years.
We’re grateful to the British Museum for permission to use their venue for this game. However, please note this is not an official British Museum event.
You will need a basic grasp of English in order to play. Please get in touch if you have any concerns.
Shall we begin?
Play solo, in a pair, or in a team of up to five. Larger groups can go head-to-head with several teams!