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Brighton: The Mystery of Who Trashed Brighton Rock
Brighton: The Mystery of Who Trashed Brighton Rock
Brighton: The Mystery of Who Trashed Brighton Rock
Brighton: The Mystery of Who Trashed Brighton Rock
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    We loved it and would highly recommend!

    We absolutely loved this and would highly recommend! It’s such great fun and an amazing way to see the beautiful and historical sights whilst learning interesting and unusual facts and essentially playing a real life version of cluedo! (All in your own time)
    PD Phelan, TripAdvisor

    History, mystery and fun!

    I've done other walks and treasure trails, but I still learnt some fascinating facts. I loved the clues, some of them were quite cryptic and you had to think outside the box. It's a really well put together book and treasure hunt. Great for spending time and working together.
    Michelle, TripAdvisor

    A perfect pastime

    This was a great way to spend a few hours. We loved the look and straightforward layout of the hunt that took us round a very attractive route. The interesting facts were a bonus adding the ideal amount of detail between clues.
    Sarah, TripAdvisor
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Brighton: The Mystery of Who Trashed Brighton Rock

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Turn the buzzing streets of Brighton into an exciting outdoor escape room, with The Mystery of Who Trashed Brighton Rock?!

Solve the clues & crack the mystery
Discover amazing local history
Get some fun outdoor exercise!

A rock 'n' roll riot, a smashed sweet shop, and a secret undercover reporter create the perfect setting for Brighton's most infamous unsolved mystery!

When Brighton's first major international rock festival was cancelled at the last minute due to 'legal difficulties', it sparked widespread rioting and violence across the city. One of the victims of the damage was local businessman Roger Whitby, who had his historic seafront sweet shop wrecked and sprayed with graffiti. While the police called it a random act of violence, Whitby was sure that he had been deliberately targeted in an attempt to cause him financial harm.

Why was Whitby’s sweet shop targeted? Who was behind this act of vandalism? And why was the rock festival really cancelled?

Rumours circulated that a local undercover reporter had the full story of the crime, but his article mysteriously disappeared. 

You must follow the route, eliminate the suspects, and track down the mysterious article to get to the bottom of this legendary 60s mystery. On your journey you will be challenged with a range of cryptic clues including word games, maths puzzles, and hidden objects, as you unravel the crime and discover the best of Brighton's fascinating history.

(Suitable for adults and older children)

'A mind-blowing Brighton adventure!!'

Distance: 4km walk

Duration: 3+ hours

Difficulty: Medium

(Adults + older children)

Players: 1-3 per booklet

Clues to solve: 16

Starting Point: The Great Eastern, 103 Trafalgar Ct, Brighton BN1 4ER

    We loved it and would highly recommend!

    We absolutely loved this and would highly recommend! It’s such great fun and an amazing way to see the beautiful and historical sights whilst learning interesting and unusual facts and essentially playing a real life version of cluedo! (All in your own time)
    PD Phelan, TripAdvisor

    History, mystery and fun!

    I've done other walks and treasure trails, but I still learnt some fascinating facts. I loved the clues, some of them were quite cryptic and you had to think outside the box. It's a really well put together book and treasure hunt. Great for spending time and working together.
    Michelle, TripAdvisor

    A perfect pastime

    This was a great way to spend a few hours. We loved the look and straightforward layout of the hunt that took us round a very attractive route. The interesting facts were a bonus adding the ideal amount of detail between clues.
    Sarah, TripAdvisor