Book Tickets To The Action-Packed Bear Grylls Adventure In Birmingham
Inspired by Bear Grylls, The Bear Grylls Adventure is located in Birmingham. Various adventures and activities await you at this park. No matter which adventure you choose, adventure guides are ready to help, guide, and inspire you all the way. Push your limits with each experience, and enjoy the adventure of a lifetime.
Suitable for guests aged eight and above, you are sure to have a day to remember. Bear Grylls inspires people all over the world to explore more. It is now your opportunity to take part; visit the Bear Grylls Adventure in Birmingham.
Although the adventures are suitable for guests aged eight and over, children need to be accompanied on the Assault Course activity by an adult. High Ropes, iFly Indoor Skydiving, Archery, Shark Dive, Escape Rooms, Shooting, Cage Snorkel, and Unlimited Assault Course are available here. So why wait? Rise to the challenge and get your tickets for the Bear Grylls Adventure in Birmingham now.
About The Bear Grylls Adventure
What is The Bear Grylls Adventure?
The Bear Grylls Adventure is the home of the greatest adventures on Earth and is located at the NEC site in Birmingham. Whether you choose an outdoor or indoor activity, there are activities for the whole family. Most activities are suitable for guests aged eight and above. For other activities, children can be accompanied by parents or other adult members. Embark on a journey with attractions that will test your limits and present you with mental and physical challenges inspired by the famous Bear Grylls himself. Fly, dive, climb, leap, zip wire, scramble, and explore!
The Bear Grylls Adventure is home to many different attractions including High Ropes, iFLY Indoor Skydiving, Indoor Climbing, Archery, Shark Dive, Escape Rooms, Shooting, Cage Snorkel, to Unlimited Assault Course. High Ropes is Europe's highest outdoor free-roam ropes course. The climbing wall is also a fun attraction to check out. Safety is the top priority, and you will find first aid kits available at all activities.
Bear Grylls himself lives a life full of adventures, and his on-screen exploits inspire people all over the world. You can now experience your own adventures, just like Grylls, right here in Birmingham.
What age is The Bear Grylls Adventure suitable for?
Most activities in The Bear Grylls Adventure are suitable for guests aged eight and above; however, Dive and Shooting are only suitable for children above the age of 10. Some will require that children (aged eight to nine for all activities and 10-15 for Dive and Shooting) are accompanied on the activity by participating adults who are at least 18 years old.
How long is The Bear Grylls Adventure?
Each activity in the adventure will require different times to complete. High Ropes needs 60 minutes to complete, iFLY Indoor Skydiving needs 60 minutes, Shark Dive needs 120 minutes, Cage Snorkel needs 60 minutes, Archery needs 45 minutes, Climb needs 60 minutes, and Shooting takes 30 minutes to complete.
Are there guides in The Bear Grylls Adventure?
There are adventure guides in The Bear Grylls Adventure who will motivate you and guide you through all the adventure courses in Birmingham.
What sports can I take part in at The Bear Grylls Adventure?
There are many activities that you can take part in at The Bear Grylls Adventure in Birmingham. The best part is that you can try something new with each activity.
High Ropes is the tallest rope course in Europe, with a 65 ft (19.8 m) high course for visitors to complete. Adventurers who reach the top will be rewarded with a stunning view of the surrounding area. The structure is free-roam, so you can improvise along the way. Choose from the 36 obstacles, from simple rope bridges to rolling logs. It mostly depends on the skills you possess.
iFLY Indoor Skydiving helps you to feel the rush of free-falling in an indoor wind tunnel. The adrenaline rush of free-falling will definitely get your blood pumping.
Shark Dive lets you take on the depths of the sea and enter into a new world with cownose rays and blacktip reef sharks in the tropical tank. This is a beautiful activity that will take your breath away.
Cage Snorkel is an activity that lets you see through a snorkel cage in a tropical tank that is home to various aquatic animals.
Archery is an activity where experts first train you and then let you take on the target range.
Climb is a challenging activity with hard rock faces. There are different terrains and routes to take to reach the summit.
Shooting lets you hit a bullseye and defeat all of your friends. Just focus on the target in front of you and stay calm. There are instructors that will brief you about rifles and air pistols. Kids aged 10-15 need to be accompanied to the activity by adults of at least 18 years old.
All activity tickets let you experience the Assault Course. The Assault Course is designed by the Royal Marines. You can jump, scramble, race, and push yourself on the Assault Course. See if you can beat the best time of one minute and three seconds set by Grylls himself.
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Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs
Where is The Bear Grylls Adventure?
The address of the venue is The Bear Grylls Adventure, National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Halls, Marston Green, B40 1NT, Birmingham.
How do I get to the National Exhibition Centre?
To travel from London, you can take the M40. This route is around 115 mi (185 km) and will take two hours and 30 minutes from the city. Alternatively, you can also take the M1.
You can take an Avanti West Coast train from London Euston Station to Birmingham International Station. From there, it is around 2 mi (3 km) to the NEC. You can also take the X1 Platinum bus from Birmingham International Station to the Arden Hotel stop. It is a 1.7 mi (2.7 km) walk to the NEC from there.
Where can I park?
Parking is found at the NEC Car Park East 5. You will need your yellow token for this at a rate of £2 for the first hour and £1 for every additional hour.
Where are the toilets at The National Exhibition Centre?
There are toilets all over the NEC, and accessible toilets are found on the ground floor of the attraction.
Is the National Exhibition Centre accessible?
The disabled toilets are wheelchair accessible. The Bear Grylls Adventure includes step-free access throughout the area and is also accessible via wheelchair. Except for High Ropes and Climb activities, all activities are wheelchair accessible.
Where can I eat nearby?
Some popular restaurants to try nearby are Vietnamese Street Kitchen, Miller & Carter Resorts World, and Las Iguanas.