Knowing what present to buy your loved one can be tough. But do you really want to give them a farm’s worth of livestock and a party load of people?
Pity the poor recipient in The Twelve Days of Christmas. This traditional English Christmas carol, first published in England in 1780, tells the story of a series of gifts from “my true love”.
For this treasure hunt you’ll be exploring the National Portrait Gallery, discovering items mentioned in the Christmas carol.
There have been a number of different versions of the lyrics over the centuries, but you don’t need to worry if you don’t know all the words. We’ve given you a list of the standard ones in your clue packs.
This hunt ends with a cocktail reception at a secret location in a listed building where presents and prizes will be distributed - No livestock involved