This rum bar experience is coming to Birmingham & it involves a huge treasure hunt

As the summer days are slowly starting to slip away from us, you might be starting to feel that little bit of chill in the air, but we have a solution that is sure to bring some warmth back into your bones.

This September, the Bullring is welcoming a brand new pop-up bar that’s sure to get the heads of shoppers turning. Bompas & Parr and Captain Morgan rum have joined forces to bring an immersive experience to the city that rum drinkers simply won’t want to miss.

Set sail to the Lost Lagoon this September. Credit: Bompas & Parr

The Lost Lagoon will launch on September 26 and run until December 22, where explorers will be able to set sail on a delicious journey of discovery. This ticket only experience has been themed around Captain Henry Morgan. You’ll undertake a series of cocktail-based escapades as part of an extravagant immersive theatrical production and even navigate yourself by boat on an indoor sea to a series of islands, receiving rum-based rations and instructions along the way, so that they can make the finest rum punches.

Armed with your recipe, you will be able to find Captain Morgan’s ultimate hidden bounty – his island lair, a party palace for urban luaus set against a radical reimagining of tiki, reflecting a beach-meets-buccaneering lifestyle. Amid a party bar of rum-based drinks, food from some of Birmingham’s finest food operators will be on offer alongside even more immersive entertainment – sounds pretty great, right?

Encounter challenges as you mix up your own rum-based cocktail

And ahead of its opening,  a promotional pop-up bar in the form of a long-lost shipwreck will open in the city centre. When you visit, you will have to use your wits to decipher clues and hunt around the city as you embark on a real-life treasure hunt in search of exciting prizes. Lucky winners can expect rewards varying from genuine cash prizes to discount tickets to Lost Lagoon.

Tickets for the Lost Lagon are on sale now with prices starting at just £12.50, with all tickets including one drink. Click here to find out more.

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