5 Wits at Patriot Place

Have you ever wanted to battle a giant sea monster? How about save the world as a secret spy? Your adventure awaits at 5 Wits in Patriot Place! 5 Wits presents groups with the most high-tech, interactive experience in New England. In Espionage, visitors will infiltrate an enemy base, dodge lasers, crack safes, and try not to get caught by the bad guys. In 20,000 Leagues, patrons of an everyday museum tour accidentally come across Captain Nemo’s Nautilus, lost for over a century beneath the waves. You’ll find no virtual reality at 5 Wits, but real, physical spaces and puzzles you must solve before moving on and advancing the plot. We’re perfect for groups of 5, 50, or 200, all ages. Contact Group Sales Manager to book your group trip.
Contact Info
Address: 202 Patriot Place, Foxboro, Massachusetts 02035. Norfolk County. 
Tel: 855-955-WITS (9487). 
Website: www.5-wits.com
Hrs: Call for seasonal hours or visit www.5-wits.com
5 Wits brings STEM, literature, and history to life! Let your students experience espionage, science fiction, and more in our hands-on, interactive adventures. All adventures at 5 Wits also help students build life skills such as teamwork, problem solving, and more. Learn more about field trips to 5 Wits
Contact Info
Contact: Group Sales Manager. 
Trip Info
Grade Level: All grades. 
Group Size: 20 minimum for group rates.
Activity Type: Day Trips, Guided Activities, Guided Tours. 
Recomm. Length of Visit: 1 hour per adventure. 
Recomm. Ratio of Students to Staff: 15:1.
Registration: Online, Phone.
Food Options: N/A.
Cost: Call for group rates.
Topics Covered: Technology, mathematics, literature, language arts, teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking.

Lesson Plan To Enrich This Class Trip

Indoor Amusement Lesson Plan

Indoor Amusement Centers offer many games and sports activities that are played in a group. Students participate in activities to learn about the members of their team and how to work together in order to be successful. Discuss the importance of teamwork or “playing the game.” In what other situations might you need these skills? Is it important to play by the rules? Why or why not?... Continue