This Spring come and play a new, exciting, covid friendly, outdoor adventure game at Netley Abbey with a group of family members, work colleagues or friends.
Adventure Out! is a new game concept that offers outdoor, escape room style games at historical sites all across England such as medieval castles, forts, abbeys, Roman amphitheatres and many more unique locations.
It's 1704 at Netley Abbey and a ground breaking discovery has been unearthed at the abbey which is being dismantled for building materials. Sir Berkeley Lucy has found the faded remnants of an ancient Latin book which belonged to Marie Netley.
Sir Berkeley gave the book to the local History Society and when it was read and translated, an astonishing discovery was made. In a small passage on page 35, reference is made to a gift of a rare painting of King Henry II when he became patron of Netley in 1251. An extraordinary clue suggests there's a chance the painting still exists within the abbey but the clock on its demise is ticking.
Sir Berkeley Lucy meanwhile, is in a rush to continue with the abbey's destruction, though the labour has been derailed after part of the building collapsed on local builder Walter Taylor, killing the unfortunate fellow and halting the works in the process.
Your group's mission is to pose as demolition workers and track down the prized painting of King Henry by completing fun and active challenges, solving puzzles and clues and interacting with costumed characters.
The games will last for an hour and will be played in the abbey grounds.
Do you have what is needed? Will you successfully complete the game and find the painting? Book now to find out if you are up to the challenge!
To be aware that COVID-safety will be paramount, with all activities outside and all clues and props cleaned and sanitised after every game. Sizes of groups will adhere to Covid restrictions
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