Mystery Maps

Welcome to the Digimap for Schools Mystery Maps page!  Here we will be sharing interesting maps of mystery locations in Great Britain that can be created using Digimap for Schools.  Each month we will post a new map and reveal the location of the previous month’s map.  Share the maps with your class, your colleagues or simply challenge yourself.  Click on the thumbnail of the map to view a larger image or click on the link to download a PDF version which you can view on screen or print off to share with your pupils.*

There are no prizes for the correct answer I’m afraid, but please share your guesses by commenting at the bottom of the page.

Happy guessing!

*These maps are for Educational Use only.  They cannot be reproduced for commercial purposes.

June 2013 Mystery Map

Click on the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the maps, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 of June’s map


May 2013 Mystery Map

Click on the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the maps, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 of May’s map


April 2013 Mystery Map

Click on the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the maps, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 of April’s map


December 2012 Mystery Map

Click on the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the maps, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 of December’s map


November 2012 Mystery Map

Click on the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the maps, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 of November’s map


October 2012 Mystery Map

Click on the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the maps, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 of October’s map


September 2012 Mystery Map

New school year and we have a new set of Mystery Maps!

Click on the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the maps, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 of September’s map


June 2012 Mystery Map

Still no correct guesses for May….  so no winner last month.

Click on the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the maps, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 of June’s map


May 2012 Mystery Map

Congratulations to Sue Fisher for guessing Aprils Map! The answer is… drum roll please…. Lands End.

Click on the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the maps, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 of May’s map


April 2012 Mystery Map

Congratulations to Tim Darch for correctly guessing March’s Mystery Map was Hampton Court Palace!

March’s Mystery Map was guessed in record time, I hope April’s get the same sort of response! Please find below April’s Mystery Map, which contains a wee clue if you look closely… Click on the thumbnail below to view a larger image of the maps, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 of April’s map


March 2012 Mystery Map

Congratulations to Alex Handy who was the first to guess that February’s Mystery Map was of Bath!

We had several correct guesses for February’s mystery map, thanks to everyone that submitted their guess. Please find below the Mystery Map for March. I’m hoping it might be a bit tougher this time, but I’m sure all our readers will prove me wrong. Click on the thumbnail image below to view a larger image of the map, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

Download A4 PDF of March’s Map


February 2012 Mystery Map

Congratulations to Richard Johns who was the first to guess that Januarys Mystery map was indeed Spaghetti Junction!

Well done to those that correctly guessed the location of Januarys map in the Mystery Map Challenge! It was quite a tough one to begin with. Please find below February’s Mystery Map. Click on the thumbnail image below to view a larger image of the map, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.


Download A4 PDF of February’s map


January 2012 Mystery Map

Happy New Year to all!  We are back this year with some more new and exciting Mystery Maps.  We hope you have been following our twitter feed with the answers! (@Digimap4Schools) Well done if you have been successful so far.   Last months seemed to be relatively straightforward for most so here’s hoping this one is a little more taxing.    Please find below January’s Mystery Map.  Click on the thumbnail image below to view a larger image of the map, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail.

Please navigate to the bottom of the page if you wish to enter your guess!

 

Download A4 PDF of January’s Map


December 2011 Mystery Map

Congratulations to Ian Cooper who was the first to guess that Decembers Mystery map was indeed Edinburgh Castle!

Well done to those that correctly guessed the location in our inaugural map in the Mystery Map Challenge! It was quite a tough one to begin with. Please find below December’s Mystery Map. This one is (hopefully!) a bit easier, with a few more clues on the map than the last one. Click on the thumbnail image below to view a larger image of the map, or download the PDF version using the link below the thumbnail. We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.


Download A4 PDF of December’s map


 

November 2011 Mystery Map

Congratulations to Chris Wilkinson who guessed correctly that Novembers Mystery Map was Legoland!  Well done Chris.

Welcome to the first month of the Digimap for Schools Mystery Maps!  Please find below November’s Mystery Map.  Click on the thumbnail image below to view a larger image of the map, or download the PDF version using one of the links below the thumbnail.  We’ll reveal the location of the map on Twitter (@Digimap4Schools) next month before we post up the next Mystery Map.

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Download A4 PDF of November’s map


9 Responses to Mystery Maps

  1. Chris Wilkinson says:

    ITS LEGO LAND!!!!

  2. Chris Wilkinson says:

    because i am that sad…

  3. Ian Cooper says:

    December’s map is Edinburgh Castle

  4. Richard Johns says:

    January’s map – is it Spaghetti Junction in the Midlands?

  5. Alex Handy says:

    February’s is the centre of Bath

  6. Alan P says:

    February’s map means Bath-time…

  7. Ellen Talbot says:

    Bath’s royal crescent!

  8. Tim Darch says:

    February is Bath Spa, in the county of Bath and North East Somerset

    Knew it as I used to live in one of the houses shown!

  9. Paul Milne says:

    June’s is The Needles off the Isle of Wight

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