FAMILY GOING FOR GOLD
National Geographic Traveller (UK)|October 2021
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BEN LERWILL

Archery in Birmingham

Hone your bow-and-arrow skills and aim for bullseye at The Bear Grylls Adventure activity centre. Open year-round, it offers 45-minute archery sessions, including tuition and equipment, for families with kids aged eight and over. The venue also has seven other activities, which include the tallest high ropes course in Europe (for ages eight and over), iFly indoor skydiving (for ages eight and over) and a pistol-shooting range (for ages 10 and over). Archery from £20 per person; ropes from £32 per person; iFly from £52 per person; shooting from £20 per person. beargryllsadventure.com

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