Quirky Experiences for Family Fun
A lot of the time incentives tend to be technology, gift vouchers or weekend breaks for couples. But what about incentives that people can use to spend time with their family after a hard week at work? Well, don't worry! Here is a list of incentives that are family friendly – and fun of course!
This is one for Adrenaline junkies. The process involves one or two people being strapped into a giant inflatable ball, face to face of course, and then zorbing down hills and grassy areas, building up to 34kph! The ex-hill-erating experience is guaranteed to offer the fun factor for the whole family. The balls are custom built and are constructed with a polythene inner capsule. You can now even do Zorbing in the dark or on water!
Walk with an Alpaca
A popular new craze that is sweeping the UK is Alpaca Walking. Many farms across the country now allow you to come and get up close with one of these fluffy beauties. Feed them, walk them and fall in love with the gentle creatures. This is occurring up and down the country so many venues are accessible. A lot of places also have baby alpaca's that are more child friendly. Don't forget your wellies!
Open air cinema experience
Throughout the summer, open air cinemas come to the UK. So why not swap your family film night to a more epic cinematic experience. From screening old classics such as Star Wars to more modern movies such as La La Land and Frozen. The screens are state of the art so you don't have to worry about the reflection of the sun. Wrap up in a blanket with a picnic and enjoy your favourite flick whilst the sun goes down. In most places bubbles and popcorn are included. There have been some fantastic venues before such as Calke Abbey, Derbyshire and Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire.
The Making of Harry Potter
Discover the filmmaking magic at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour of Harry Potter. Located in Watford, the tour shows where Harry Potter was filmed, you can walk through glorious sets such as the Great Hall, Forbidden Forest and Diagon Alley. Amongst all of this you can view authentic props and costumes used in the films from the Sorting Hat to Buckbeak the Hippogriff. Whether you spend hours or minutes walking round is entirely up to you, once you've chosen your allocated time slot and you're inside you can spend as long as you like gawping and gazing at how the magic really came to life.
If you can imagine several giant trampoline-like nets, and surrounds them with protective netting, tunnels and slides, and put it below the ground then you get Bounce Below. Yes, you did read that right, it's a trampoline park underground! Found in Blaenau Ffestiniog, Wales, Bounce Below came to life from a former Victorian mine. There isn't one, but six levels of bouncing around to complete! Test how brave you are with shooting down slides that are the height of TWO double decker buses! Please note that the minimum age is 7 on this experience – but what an experience it is!