Milton Keynes Tours
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Using an app on your smartphone, you'll be given nearly 120 objects to find during your scavenger hunt. You'll then wander throughout the downtown area searching for the items. Once you've found the object, you'll send a photo in to score points. Along the way, you will perform challenges for even more points. You'll have 13 categories of objects you can find in this city walk, with each object varying in points depending on the difficulty. Don't worry, you won't be alone. You'll have a remote guide that will be texting you during your game if you need help or have a question. They will also encourage you and give you hints along the way! The objective of the game is to have fun, rank #1 on the leaderboard, and try to get as many points as possible by finding all of the objects!
Zombie Scavengers tests your ability to survive after a Zombie Apocalypse. The game leads you through the city, where you will have 60 minutes to collect survival items for your colony. The Setting: Small colonies of the living are doing all they can to survive. You and your team have been tasked with scavenging for survival supplies for your colony. You’ll only have 60 minutes to figure out which items you'll need and find as many items on the list as you can. Your Mission: With 1 hour and your team of up to 10 people, you will use your smartphone to search the area for much needed food, supplies, and shelter. Along the way, you will be asked to do some challenges or answer some trivia questions. The goal is to score at least 4000 points in 1 hour in order to survive the zombie apocalypse! PS. Our game is family friendly, no actual zombies are involved in the scavenger hunt.
Discover one of England’s most distinctive museums—and enjoy the freedom to explore at your own pace—when you book advance tickets to the National Museum of Computing. Located at Bletchley Park, where Alan Turing and others participated in boundary-breaking computing and code-breaking work during World War II, the museum includes the world’s largest collection of working historic computers. Browse the wide-ranging exhibits, and learn more from on-site volunteers.
Save time and money on your family admission to the National Museum of Computing in Milton Keynes. This family ticket for two adults and three children (under the age of 16) gives access to the museum’s collection of working historic computers—believed to be the largest in the world. Just book your ticket online, then head inside to browse artifacts and chat with the on-site guides.
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