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Treasure Island Golf

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Treasure Island Golf

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Long Curtain Road, Portsmouth PO5 3AA England
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The Mystery of Nelson's Stolen Diamonds: Old Portsmouth Treasure Hunt Adventure
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The Mystery of Nelson's Stolen Diamonds: Old Portsmouth Treasure Hunt Adventure

30 reviews
Turn the historic streets of Old Portsmouth into the world's largest escape room with this self-guided treasure hunt adventure!<br><br>Solve a range of cryptic clues including word games, maths puzzles, and hidden objects, as you unravel the historic mystery and discover the identity of the infamous diamond thief!<br><br>'The perfect blend of Portsmouth, puzzles, and history!'<br><br>On Horatio Nelson's last day on dry land before joining his ship to fight in the Battle of Trafalgar, he stored a valuable diamond necklace in a chest in one of Portsmouth many taverns for safekeeping. That night, the tavern was broken into and the necklace was stolen. You must solve the clues, eliminate suspects, and return to the scene of the crime to get to the bottom of this historic mystery. This treasure hunt is the best way to see the key historic sights of the city, visit its most atmospheric taverns, and soak up true local stories of its most notorious characters and places.
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Jonnyjubb wrote a review Aug 2020
Rayleigh104 contributions24 helpful votes
Nice bit of fun at Southsea seafront. 2 x 9 hole courses with a semi-reasonable £4.50 fee for 9 holes. Fairly well set up for Covid-19. Felt the Victory course (we did first) was better than the Warrior course (balls continuously run to the edge). Luckily we only did this one as we won a couple of free games in the bonus hole at the end...
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Michelle S wrote a review Jul 2020
Basingstoke, United Kingdom69 contributions4 helpful votes
Just visited this crazy golf place and it's fantastic, staff are super friendly, clean and with this horrible virus they have got safety measures in place and putting the customers safety first. As for the golf it has two 9 holes, easy and hard but with crazy it doesn't matter what you do, we did all 18. They have put effort into the design and all the information about the ship's and all the skulls etc. All in all it was fun place and you need to look around at all the decor as well as the challenge of the golf.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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MrM wrote a review May 2020
Portsmouth, United Kingdom33 contributions40 helpful votes
Wow It's true this wonderful attraction has reopened. They have hand sanitizers and helpful social distance markers but this did not stop the fun. Please continue. You made a family of 3 very happy. Look forward to a round again
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Date of experience: May 2020
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BIGD1981king wrote a review Nov 2019
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Had a fun night with the wife at the treasure island adventure golf at southsea we went on Halloween night the staff were fantasic dressed amazing a scared the wife was brilliant one of the best crazy golfs we have been too by far
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Date of experience: November 2019
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TeamIan wrote a review Sep 2019
Tauranga, New Zealand1,527 contributions180 helpful votes
It’s worth visiting this area of Portsmouth which is shamelessly set up to attract tourists and young people to its carnival atmosphere. Golf is either nine, or eighteen, distinct holes - and most seem easy aside from the fact of the uneven terrain. A bit of tacky fun on a Friday afternoon.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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