Hen Pub Challenge in Birmingham
A Birmingham pub hunt/quiz/challenge using an app and working in teams.
Pub Challenge in Birmingham
It is a pub crawl but with an interesting and challenging twist. Can you correctly answer questions along the way. Time to engage brains on this Birmingham hen weekend.
- Trivia quiz meets pub crawl
- Clever App technology
- Live scoreboard makes it competitive
- Self run so start at a time to suit you
8 Minimum Guests
Selfies, snaps and silly memories, this Pub Challenge Game has it all for the perfect Birmingham party activity!
Working in teams, you'll have to find your way around Birmingham to unlock questions and challenges with your smartphone. A live scoreboard and team tracker act as a constant reminder that this is a competition where only one team can be victorious.
Think pub trivia in several local bars and you're on the right track. This is the ultimate pub quiz on foot! Choose the bars you want to go to, and complete the classic pub games and trivia along the way.
Maps - We use Google maps within the app to navigate your around.
GPS activation - Be in a specific location to activate your tasks (outdoor events only).
Twists and Turns - Receive instant feedback on your answers, live tracking of opposing teams on the map, and a live scoreboard that updates regularly throughout the game to keep you on your toes!
Remote Host - the remote host will brief you and get your challenge started.
You need one team member to have Android and iOS smartphones or a tablet.
The live scoring system will keep your team in the loop and show how you're performing.
Allow at least 2 hours.
This activity will take place in central Birmingham.
You can book your activity straight away via our secure online booking system, so you know you are ready to go!
And don't forget, your friends can pay us direct via our event area, so you don't even need to collect payments.
Clear, Simple Pricing
Book online for £35
Friends Pay us Direct
Pay By Instalments
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Hen Pub Challenge Reviews
I booked a Mobile Adventure Game (Hen Pecking Order Challenge) through Freedom Ltd. The game was well designed and our group had fun playing - I recommend this as a good activity to do during the day. Freedom Ltd were very helpful and quick to respond to all my queries.
By Emma Smith
I used freedom for my friends hen party, they provided excellent service throughout the whole organising process and we're a great help with any questions I had. I had an issue with the provider of one of the activities and freedom were excellent in helping this get resolved. The accommodation booked by freedom was amazing, I would definitely book to stay there again myself. The hen weekend was a success and my friend had a fantastic time. Thank you so much for your help in making my friends hen party a weekend to remember. Would definitely recommend to anyone.
By Natalie Botwright
I used freedom when organising my best friends hen do and I can honestly say they were fantastic. The payment system is ideal as I didn't have to round up any money just simply remind ppl when payments had to be in. They were so helpful nothing was too much and they are great value for money. I would definitely use them again and would recommend them to everyone and anyone. Thanks for making a great weekend even better!
By Mia Penfold
After a couple of small issues with room allocation, the hotel sorted very quickly and with no fuss, I have to say we were impressed. Rooms clean and tidy, fantastic location, excellent service, good value for money.
By Maxine Symms
Amazing hen weekend in Cardiff
Had the best time, hotel staff were very friendly & willing to help with any issues food was lovely too and only 5min walk to centre of town. Welsh games had us all in stitches very friendly bunch, would go back. We also did paintball which was just as much fun lots of banter. Taxi was not to badly priced either. We started playing the pub quiz game but signal was not too great and the questions wouldn't come through so gave up on it. We will soon be planning another trip back to Cardiff
By Sam Palmer