A vibrant city with Roman roots and a Viking past, York boasts an exciting array of unique features that make it the ideal city to host your next team building event.
The ancient walled city, with its thriving cultural scene and magnificent surrounding countryside, York is unlike any other English city.
Built on 2000 years of unique history, York is home to many world-class historical landmarks and museums, making it the ideal city to host our GPS Treasure Hunts. You'll have the opportunity to explore and navigate across this vibrant city as you compete to locate hotspots and complete fun challenges such as:
The York treasure hunt route can start from any location you prefer. You'll have opportunities to visit some of York's most famous historical landmarks, such as:
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We are experts in providing team building events in York:
We can tailor your event around your specific business needs
We have an exciting array of indoor team building activities that can be held at your York office. We always recommend you get in touch with one of our staff who will assess feasibility, space and safety requirements. Alternatively, we provide a completely free venue finding service.
We require appropriate space and suitable accessibility however, we will always do our best to accommodate your requests. Alternatively, we have established close business relationships with a variety of venues in York that can accommodate both large and small corporate events.
To get in touch all you need to do is submit an enquiry through Our Online Form >> or call us on 01827 215 200 to ask us any questions. We will then get in touch with you to discuss your requirements and then send you a simple proposal which outlines all the details we have agreed and summarises our terms and conditions.
Explore some of our case studies from our valued clients.
'The inter-regional team work we have seen following the event has been great, especially with communication between individuals that would not normally have exposure to each other..'