Photography by: Matt Eachus.
Mini golf and leisure operator, Treetop Adventure Golf, has opened its 18,500 sq ft unit at Hammerson’s flagship destination, Bullring & Grand Central, with almost a quarter of a million holes being played in the first two weeks of trading.
Treetop Adventure Golf invites guests to escape into an immersive rainforest world, with two indoor 18-hole mini golf courses. This opening acts as part of the next phase of the brand’s expansion, with ‘Treetop Bullring’ joining three other sites across the UK.
Working with local suppliers, the unique leisure experience features a variety of F&B offerings within its seated dining area, ‘The Market’. Guests can enjoy handmade pizza from Pizza Cabana, a selection of tropical cocktails and mocktails from The Thirsty Toucan bar, plus coffee and sweet treats from the Jungle Buzz Café.
Iain Mitchell, UK Commercial Director at Hammerson, said: “Across our portfolio we offer our customers memorable experiences that they can share with their friends and family and Treetop Adventure Golf is no exception. The team at Treetop Bullring are experienced operators, and they have really invested in this site to bring it to life. It is a great entertainment addition to Bullring & Grand Central, and a strong example of a brand with a distinctive offer that will no doubt keep customers engaged and entertained when they visit the destination for a day out.”
Elizabeth Stanway, CEO and co-founder of Treetop Adventure Golf, added: “At Treetop Adventure Golf, we love to help our guests have amazing experiences, something so many have missed out on for over a year. We’re delighted to have opened our jungle doors at Treetop Bullring, and can’t wait to see Birmingham’s visitors making treasured memories together.”
The safety and wellbeing of its customers, colleagues and retailers is Bullring & Grand Central’s number one priority, and it has introduced a range of measures to keep people safe. These include: the centre’s Crowd Checker, available via Bullring’s website, that helps customers plan their visit by providing live updates on footfall in real-time; a one-way system; fixed hand sanitiser stations; and clear signage to remind shoppers of the need to social distance.
Treetop Adventure Golf has also introduced its own safety measures to keep both guests and its team safe, including a one-way route for guests, reduced capacity to help create more space, and signs throughout the rainforest to keep guests a safe distance apart at all times. Treetop Bullring has also set up hand sanitiser stations and will be on the ball with cleaning of equipment between rounds.