As our Summer Programing is winding down we are ramping up our immersive programing with not one, not two but, THREE magical adventures to cap off Summer and kick-off the school year!
July 29th @ 4:00 p.m.
This is a TEEN program and guests MUST be registered to attend.
A Mini-Magical Adventure
August 5th @ 12:00 Noon
This program is for pre-teens ages 12 and under, guests MUST BE registered to attend.
A Magical Adventure Part II
August 5th @ 4:00 p.m.
This program is for Adults ages 18 and over, guests MUST BE registered to attend.
Sailors from across the globe harkened the call and descended upon Buccaneer Fortress. These sailors competed in fierce battles of the mind and body. All so that their Cap'n may be named king.
It was a mighty close battle mates, of that you can be sure with only five points a seperatin' first and second place. In the final event, Mr. Samuel Williams' crew were the first to find the treasure giving them bonus points. By thunder, those points were all Mr. Williams be needin' to swoop in like a gull from the air and snatch victory out of the hands of Cap'n Three Teeth and Cap'n Rummy.
The Brethren Court has crowned a new king, Mr. Williams. The new crowned kings first order of business, sail to Tortuga to celebrate!
What does the future hold for the last pirates of the Golden Age? Join us next year as we batten down the hatches for.......
We are proud to announce our newest Swashbucklin' event was a hit!
Missing - A Super Sleuth Saturday!
Our most recent immersive program was met with rave reviews from both adults and teens!
Guests were treated to a one-of-a-kind mystery and a five-star meal as they were enveloped into the story of a small town affected by the Great Depression and one man's hopes to save his hotel by opening a brand new theater!
Once guests had arrived they were instantly transported to the town of Grand River and immersed in the story by our cast of qwerky characters.
Missing was the second program in what we are calling the "Grand River Mystery" series. A fantastic journey into the past the encourages critical thinking and teamwork.