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Top secret spy fun at Gullivers

Date Posted: 08/08/2013

A school trip to Gulliver’s theme park in Matlock Bath this autumn term can incorporate a visit to its brand new themed attraction, Spy Zone.

School groups of up to six children enter a series of rooms with challenges and puzzles to solve in order to progress to the next room.

The experience lasts around an hour and a half, and challenges are designed to test children's skills of observation, numeracy, literacy and problem-solving.

The attraction is aimed at school children aged between five and 13.

Gulliver's managing director Julie Dalton said: "Spy Zone offers a fun, challenging and cost-effective day out for kids looking for something a bit different.

"Each group is briefed by a secret agent before they set out on their mission and they'll discover plenty of weird and wonderful obstacles along the way as they learn or improve different skills in each room in order to complete their challenge and get their ‘spy score' at the end.”

For further school trip information visit www.gulliversfun.co.uk.   

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