10 unusual things to do on your next day off in Norfolk
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Looking for something a little different to do on your next day off? Here are ten activities you and your friends or family can try your hand at.
• Cryptic Escape, Norwich
Do you have a knack for puzzle solving? Why not test your skills and play Cryptic Escape, the first real-life escape game in Norwich. You and your team (of two to five people) will be locked in a room of your choosing for one hour, tasked with figuring out how to escape.
• High Altitude, Norwich
High Altitude is a trampoline park with wall to wall trampolines connected together to form a large bounce area where you can literally bounce off the walls. Visit for a freestyle jump session on your own or attend the different fitness classes, dodge ball competitions and parent and toddler sessions.
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• Grey Goose Archery, Downham Market
Ever wanted to embrace your inner Katniss Everdeen? Grey Goose Archery offers training and coaching for all skill levels as well as holding £5 pay-as-you-aim archery sessions on a weekly basis.
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- 5 Caroline Flack's mum to open 'grief café' in Norfolk
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- 9 Man drove round campsite 'like a rally driver' after argument
- 10 Two people injured in A47 crash
• Lotus Driving Experience, Hethel
Tour the Lotus production facility, then get behind the wheel of a pure-bred Lotus sports car at the company's Hethel Driving Academy and along with a professional driving tutor test out the track - an FIA specification circuit.
• RetroSkate, Great Yarmouth
RetroSkate, a skating rink on the Yarmouth seafront, offers visitors a chance to get their skates on, enjoy music and play games. With a choice of public skate sessions, group sessions, coaching and roller discos there's fun to be had for the whole family.
• Archived Alive, Norwich
Norwich Guildhall is currently home to several exciting History Mystery games, including Archived Alive and Noose Surrender (opening May 2016). Archived Alive revolves around the 'City Historian' who is trapped in a secure archive vault and is relying upon you and your team (up to six people) to solve puzzles and clues in order to unlock the vault and save his life.
• Zorb Soccer, Norwich
Bubble football is one of the latest sports crazes sweeping the country and involves wearing a giant zorb bubble on the top half of your body, with your legs free so that you can run, jump and score.
• Baseline Extreme Sports, Horsford
The Baseline Extreme Centre offers visitors a range of sports and activities to try, with the average guest attempting a minimum of six activities in one session. These may include using quad bikes, climbing wall, segways, zorbing, circus skills and multi sports cages.
• Combat Paintball, Thetford
Combat Paintball offers visitors more than just a paintball battle. Its facilities also include laser tag combat, 3D archery, laser clays as well as spooky zombie themed paintball events.
• ExTREEme High Ropes Course, Weasenham
ExTREEme Adventure is a high ropes and tall tree course available at two different heights, 20ft and 40 ft and set among some of the oldest American Ceder trees in England. The course includes highlights such as a zip wire and the 3G Swing bullet, a swinging ride that is winched up to 45ft and allows participants to really experience the g-force effect.
• Have you tried any of these activities? Let us know what you thought of them in the comments below.