Are you ready to climb through tunnels and dodge lasers while solving puzzles to stop Agent Malice, and save London too? If so, you will love the new Spy Missions coming soon!
Spy Missions is the latest new venue to come to Castle Quarter and work has just got underway to make it ready for attracting amateur sleuths, fun seekers and party goers!
What is Spy Missions?
Spy Missions is the brainchild of founder and managing director Bob Richardson. It offers a unique indoor children’s party experience for six to 13 year-olds that they won’t find anywhere else in the world, as well as adult, corporate, and family missions.
The party is themed around a Battle Cruiser which has been seized by Agent Malice. Teams must reach to stop his evil plans. Each visit to Spy Missions is different as the route through the ship is constantly changed and different tasks are set to slow Malice down and get to the missile before it launches.
Bob Richardson said: “The Spy Missions concept is based on the puzzles I used to invent for my children, Matt and Josh, based around our home and then out into the countryside. Our first Spy Missions opened in Cambridge. Our new venue in Castle Quarter will be our seventh centre and we are very excited to be coming to Norwich.”
Robert Bradley, centre manager at Castle Quarter is looking forward to the new addition to Castle Quarter’s expanding leisure offering. He said: “We are very excited about the opening of Spy Missions, coming, as it does, hot on the heels of Boom: Battle Bar, which opens its doors on Good Friday, Superbowl UK and Pure Gym, both of which started trading last year.
“Spy Missions is going to a fantastic draw for children’s parties during the day and lots of team building and parties for adults in the evenings. It will be fantastic and further strengthen Castle Quarter’s attraction a leisure destination in the heart of Norwich. Footfall is on the increase and Spy Mission’s arrival will help us continue to increase the numbers of our visitors for the benefit of all our retailers, restaurants and leisure outlets.”