The Bear Grylls Adventure offers half-price archery sessions for half-term!

October 23rd 2020
Vicky Sartain

If you’re stuck for something to do over the half-term holiday week, head to The Bear Grylls Adventure at the NEC Birmingham for some indoor and outdoor thrills.

Archery is just one of the features of The Bear Grylls Adventure activity centre in Birmingham, which for half-term week will be available to experience at 50% off the usual ticket price when bought online for visits between 24 October and 1 November.

The perfect way to experience archery for the first time, The Bear Grylls Adventure’s expert instructors will guide archery newbies through their briefing and onto the archery range, where they can test their aim and try their hand at landing a treat as part of The Bear Grylls Adventure’s ‘No Tricks, Just Treats’ Halloween promotion during half-term week.

Visitors can set their sights on some fantastic victory prizes for this special Halloween promotion from 24 October to 1 November, and also test their skills against the scores of the Olympic and Paralympic archers who visited the centre earlier this month. Where your arrow lands will determine the treat rewarded: gifts for sharp shooters range from souvenir badges to the ultimate treat of an exclusive coaching session with athletes from our Olympic and Paralympic squads.

Paralympic squad archer Dave Phillips and the Olympic squad’s Bryony Pitman at The Bear Grylls Adventure

Just a few minutes’ walk from Birmingham International Train Station, The Bear Grylls Adventure boasts an array of activities to challenge adventurers of all ages, abilities and experience levels, and is open for thrill-seeking guests to try something new this October half-term. The attraction has reopened with new social distancing measures and additional health and safety procedures to ensure the wellbeing of all guests and staff.

The Bear Grylls Adventure’s ‘No Tricks, Just Treats’ promotion offers 50% off archery tickets purchased online for visits between 24 October and 1 November. Visit to secure your next adventure.

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