the Deifenbunker) so I tagged along.
|Serious spy training|
We were met at the main entrance by our guide who promtly ran the kids through
Basic Training exercises, and then we were ushered into the building that where our mission would take place. The children were suited up, picked "secret agent" names and were told about how to be stelth like and super quiet. We were on the lookout for Agent X. We were guided through rooms which were still set-up as they would have been. The children were able to get hands on with the equipment, looking in drawers and touch things they have never seen before (you know, like a typewritter).
The children took their mission very seriously. Ducking and dodging to keep out of sight from the secret agent. The guide played it up too.
The two and a half hour event was well received by the children. They all were talking about having their next party there and who they would invite. It was fabulous for children who have great imagination.
|The orginal model of the building.|
A party is 12 children for $140.00. You will need to supply the cake and you can bring food. There is also a pizza delivery option that was not mentioned to the birthday mom, but you may want to ask. Also, two things you should know is that for the younger children it can be a little scary, especially when they first walk in 2. there is a lot of walking. 4 floors up and down. Be prepared in comfortable shoes. Finally, there is no pre-party set-up. You may want to leave the loot bags in the car and give them out when you leave. You will have to carry things around for a while.
|They captured the spy and he didn't want his picture taken.|
Definately a fun event for, those spy loving kids who are up for a little adventure. Have a great time.