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Unleash Your Inner Daredevil This Summer
- Monday 17th July 2023
- Mini Adventurers
The ultimate activity centre, The Bear Grylls Adventure, is for the first time ever allowing guests aged five and upwards to take part in a series of epic challenges.
Located next to the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, The Bear Grylls Adventure originally restricted activities to those aged eight and above, but now little daredevils older than five will be able to tackle an array of action-packed activities.
Children and parents alike will be pushed to their limits to achieve the remarkable in a range of exciting experiences.
Little ones can leave the ground behind and enjoy one of only five iFLYs in the UK. The indoor sky diving wind tunnel allows thrill seekers to take to the air and experience the unique sensation of free fall flight with this state-of-the-art attraction.
Guests will also be able to conquer any fear of heights by scaling the climbing wall, which has over 20 routes to choose from, inspired by some of the most breath-taking peaks from around the world from El Capitan to Fontainebleau as well as routes set specially to help the younger explorers learn to climb.
And for those who want to keep their little feet firmly on the ground, there’s even more activities for the young explorers to try out, including archery and an assault course to enjoy.
To launch the age lowering, The Bear Grylls Adventure celebrated with a special event, where little ones who now meet the age requirements were invited to test the activities for the very first time.
Also attending the event with his family, was Olympic gold medallist Greg Rutherford: “We had an amazing time. Our kids love to get involved in different activities, so to be able to try things like sky diving and rock climbing was fantastic, they loved it.
“It’s so important to let out that inner thrill seeker in order to conquer any fears, these things are not only a benefit to you physical wellbeing, but mental as well. Our little ones really enjoyed pushing themselves to the limit, it’s great that these activities are now open to kids as young as five!”
Bear Grylls, said: “We’re super excited now to be able to lower the age limit at The Bear Grylls Adventure. This means we respond to demand and open our doors even wider - the goal is to help even more young explorers unleash their inner daredevil!
“The Bear Grylls Adventure really is the one-stop venue for a family day out this summer, where you can get tickets for just one activity all the way up to five different activities in a single day!”
Now open to children over the age of five, prices start from just £20 per person and spectators go free. Adventures can also save up to 20% across selected activities by booking their visit online today.