Hiddencity today has confirmed that its latest trail Mind of the Maker is now extending its booking period for an additional two months until the 31st January.
Taking groups of four on a real adventure around London’s waterways, Mind of the Maker will allow people to discover a hidden side to the city guided by the mysterious and sometimes mischievous Wayland, a mythical Norse craftsman, who sends clues to your phone.
Having opened on the 29th September, Mind of the Maker sees those participating go in search of the makers of London from architects ice cream artisans.
This three hour challenge starts in King’s Cross and teams can choose to explore at a leisurely pace or unleash their competitive side in a bid for top ranking on the HiddenCity leaderboard.
Wayland is a mythical Norse craftsman, a visionary metalsmith, once sought by gods and kings alike. But he fears that the age of the makers has now past. To find out, Wayland invites you on a trail of cryptic clues, to see if you can think like a maker. Your challenge is to carve the ice trail across London, inspired by creators from Victorian times, culminating at a crafty drinkery… one most fitting to your challenge.
Don’t let him down: he has no time for idle minds.
Succeed and Wayland’s name shall grant you access to the legacy of ice empires, lyrical scents and frozen fiery cream. Rise to the gods, and perhaps drink with them too.
Mind of the Maker is now booking until the 31st January, with tickets for the new booking period available from the 24th November through: https://www.inthehiddencity.com/news/mind-of-the-maker-become-a-god-amongst-makers/. The starting point for those taking part is The Fellow, 24 York Way, London, N1 9AA, with a starting time between Tuesday-Saturday between 12pm and 1.30pm.