We’re going to be looking at other team building activities today, not just at escape. We know you enjoy our escape games, but we know there are others out there you may enjoy even more. We know that corporate teams really enjoy team building activities because they get so much out of them, and we’ve seen it with our own eyes here at Milton Keynes. We’ve chosen five, and you can make an educated choice and decide which ones you think are best for you.
Fancy some shouting, jumping and leaping around?
Boot Camp is a little more physical than your average team building activity, but we rate it all the same. They’re usually run by ex-military, so they know what they’re doing. There’ll be some sort of assault course and your group may be broken up into separate teams where they’ll be pitched against each other. It will foster competitiveness amongst your players and perhaps help them to understand the benefits of helping each other out and cheering each other on.
It’s a knockout.
This is based on an old 70s programme and involves lots of obstacles to climb and crawl through, water, foam and lots of team spirit. If you decide to go on that one, you won’t be sorry, it’s tremendous fun, and if nothing else you’ll have had a great day out. It’s perfect for bonding, breaking the ice and bringing out the extrovert in you.
This is for those that like a bit of a mystery outdoors. This will involve hunting for different items, or should we say scavenging? You’ll collect some physical objects and then collect them at the end, and who knows there might even be a prize.
If you feel energetic enough and you have enthusiasm for this then why not? You’ll get your team talking, competing and getting some exercise. You could even organise some prizes in order of 1st, 2nd and 3rd, gold, silver and bronze.
Escape Milton Keynes for the best team building activity there is.
So, there you have it, and now we have the fifth and final game. This is something you’ll really like, and if you’re into team building, bring the team down to Milton Keynes. They’ll be locked in a room for 60 minutes, and in that time, they’ll have to find a series of clues, work them all out, and once they’ve found them all, unlock the door so they can be released. Why not book your room via the phone or online and get your teams ready? We can’t wait to see you and you’ll have a very warm welcome when you arrive.