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The Science Museum reveals new team building experiences

The Science Museum, teambuilding experience
In partnership with team building company Bluehat Group, the Science Museum has expanded its corporate events offering with ten new team building experiences. The new experiences, available for teams from 6 up to 400, are available to book in conjunction with hire of the Museum’s diverse collection of spaces. Created by Bluehat Group, the new offering features a range of challenging activities, including ‘Go Team’, exclusively designed for the Science Museum. Per person prices for the activities start from ££43.75 + VAT.

Alicia Earls, communications manager for corporate events at the Science Museum, commented: “Bluehat Group has developed some fantastic activities, which will be a great addition to our events offering. We are confident that these interactive experiences will become a sought-after feature to enhance both daytime and evening events.”

The new team building experiences include:
·         ‘Go Team’, bespoke to the Science Museum. Each team is issued with an electronic tablet before going on a voyage of discovery around the museum
·         ‘GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM Team Challenge’ is an event exclusively offered by Bluehat Group. This event lets delegates attempt up to five official GUINNESS WORLD RECORDSTM titles
·         ‘Rollercoaster Challenge’ requires teams to design the latest white-knuckle ride rollercoaster, carrying a ball through twists, turns and obstacles
·         ‘Scrapheap Challenge’ tasks teams with designing and building an airship to be raced at the end of the session
·         ‘Animate’ allows delegates to produce an animation clip using stop frame animation technology
·         ‘Essence of Excellence’ tasks teams with creating their own signature perfume

·         ‘Revel Music’ will allow each participant to take ownership of a drum/percussion instrument from around the world
·         ‘In the Know’ challenges team members to work out the age, value and intended use of various antiquities
·         ‘Mexican Railway’ will see teams create an interlinked railway using newspaper and cable ties
·         ‘Rat Trap’ challenges teams with a range of mind puzzles, such as building a structure in order to trap the rat

Mark Dishington, account director at Bluehat Group, commented: “We’re delighted to work so closely with such a unique venue. We’ve created some inspiring team building experiences that we’ll run exclusively at this inspirational venue. The activities have been designed around the spaces available for hire and harness the essence of the Science Museum. They will energise team meetings and create an opportunity for meaningful team discussion and group discovery.”

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