Hampton Court launches new Tudor teambuilding package

Hampton Court Palace has partnered with agency Wildgoose to launch a corporate Tudor-themed teambuilding activity.

Tudor-themed teambuilding activity at Hampton Court Palace
Tudor-themed teambuilding activity at Hampton Court Palace

The Tudor teambuilding will use Wildgoose’s Mobile Adventures app to encourage delegates to uncover the history of the palace through a series of challenges, questions and image recognition. The app will use a live-scoring system to encourage teamwork and add a competitive element into the activity. 

The venue is offering the activity as part of a package when booking the Garden Room for a daytime meeting or conference for up to 250 delegates. Alternatively, the teambuilding challenge can be organised as a pre-dinner activity for groups. 

Milan Thakrar, business development manager of functions and events at Historic Royal Palaces, said: "We are all really excited to be working with Wildgoose to deliver this fantastic teambuilding activity at Hampton Court Palace. The palace has such a fascinating history and it is great that we are now able to provide delegates with the opportunity to discover this while engaging in some fun activities with their colleagues."

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