“We had over 30 families do the trail and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive so we are going to do another garden themed game.”
Nature parks and gardens are great places to simply wander amongst the flora, fauna and history. Why not add a layer of fun and discovery through Gamar trails and walks for your visitors?
There is a range of fun activities you can try that perfectly enhance these wide spaces and environments. The content can range from 20 minutes up to an hour, how much ever short or long you want to keep it. When visitors unlock tour stops, context relevant vouchers can also be offered to encourage them to purchase in the nearby shops or restaurants.
Audio walks are being created across the huge park and space around the Grimsthorpe Castle to tell the stories of the different locations in the park.
Visitors of the RHS Gardens could meet all ‘In the Night Garden’ characters at various locations of the gardens through a family friendly trail with different activities and mini games for each character.
With colourful eggs placed across the famous Geffrye gardens, families went on a trail to explore gardens from Georgian, Tudor and Victorian eras.
360 reconstruction views of the Battle of Naseby are being considered for their visitors of the Naseby Battle Fields.
Try out creative activities such as diorama where visitors get to create their own garden with different flowers, plants and animals.
A bug trail kept little ones engaged in the beautiful gardens of Guernsey Museums, Doddington Hall and Geffrye Museum which was a huge success among families.