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Archery Lessons with Quality Tuition from Into The Blue

If you've ever wanted to try archery these lessons allow anyone to pick up a bow and arrow, draw the string, aim and shoot accurately.  Each of our clubs have expert archers who will bring out the bowman's spirit within you and you'll be hitting the spot in no time. And don't forget, this is targets only, no actual hunting here!

With all these archery experience days, expert tuition and supervision is provided, along with all the arrows and a bow selected for your height and build. We think this is a great outdoor activity gift for family and friends of all ages, with centres and clubs throughout the UK.  Read more...

Archery Combination in Sussex

Hailsham near Eastbourne

From £29.00

Archery Yorkshire Dales

Near Skipton

From £35.00

Indoor Archery Lessons

London Bridge, London

From £29.00

Archery Manchester

Rushton Spencer, Nr Macclesfield

Save 61% Was £45 NOW £25

Archery Sessions in Nottinghamshire


From £25.00

Kent Archery Day

Broadoak near Canterbury

From £69.00

Archery Day East Sussex


From £59.00

Archery Experience

Sandy, Bedfordshire

From £50.00

Archery Challenge for Two

Denbighshire, North Wales

From £90.00

Archery Gloucestershire

Batsford, Moreton-in-Marsh

From £39.00

Archery Hampshire

Eversley, Hampshire

From £90.00

Archery in Cambridgeshire


From £25.00

Archery Combo Cheshire

near Frodsham

From £25.00

Lessons in Archery, Dorset

Blandford Forum

From £20.00

Archery Edinburgh

Bonnyrig, Edinburgh

From £30.00

Superb Indoor Archery Centre

Kirkcaldy, Fife

From £29.00

Olympic Standard Archery Hertfordshire

Ware, near Stevenage

From £39.00

Archery Newcastle

Slaley Hall, Hexham

From £30.00

Archery Sessions Norfolk

near Downham Market

From £45.00

Archery in Sittingbourne

Newington, Kent

From £35.00

Archery in Suffolk

Near Bury St Edmunds

From £20.00

Archery Leeds

Leeds, Harrogate, Kendal

From £32.00

Traditional Lessons in Archery

Husbands Bosworth, Leicestershire

From £25.00

Archery Lincoln

Bardney, Lincolnshire

From £25.00

Outdoor Archery at Spruce Lodge

Grantham, Lincolnshire

From £25.00

Archery near Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire

Near Bedford

Was £79.00 NOW £65.00

Archery Session Oxfordshire / Bucks

Milton Keynes and Aylesbury

From £36.00

Challenging Archery Experience

Ringinglow, Peak District National Park

From £35.00

Archery Staffordshire


From £20.00

Learn Archery in Surrey

Near Redhill

From £59.00

Archery in Scotland

Stirling, Scotland

From £35.00

Traditional & Skybow Archery

Dartford, Kent

Save £20 Was £45 NOW £25

Traditional Archery Essex

Chelmsford, Essex

From £49.00

Mounted Archery on Horseback

Hemel Hempsted, Hertfordshire

From £99.00

Kids Archery London

London Bridge

From £20.00

Why are archery lessons so much fun?

We are lucky enough to have had a lesson in the Medieval art of archery and we can say it really was good fun for all the family. We loved that fact that we were in the great outdoors learning something new. Bow and arrow in hand, you might feel a little nervous at the start of these lessons, but tutoring from skilled instructors means you'll soon get the hang of it.

In fact, it has been said that the sport is fairly easy to get the hang of, but to perfect each and every shot takes a lifetime to master and even the pros have the occasional stray arrow moment too! Our range of archery experiences cover both field and sporting targets, use recurve, crossbows or longbows and take place at both inside and outside ranges.

As for the targets, they are mostly the round rings printed on paper (actually called the 'face') that are attached to a 'boss', a straw or foam stuffed backing that supports the sheet. And, fact fans, the smallest gold ring in the middle isn't the bullseye it's actually the x-ring. And in competitions this doesn't give you more points, but it is used to settle draws. There are also 2-D animal shape targets that some of our centres offer for more of a hunting-themed challenge.

Of course, there's no actual competition during these experiences as it's all about learning the skills needed to become an archer whilst having fun, but there's no denying it will bring the competitive spirit out in you. As soon as you start regularly hitting the board and then continually getting closer to the hallowed golden circle, it is sure to get the adrenaline flowing - but you need to steady yourself on the stand, control the excitement and keep progressing to become a fully fledged toxophilite.

Our top tips for budding bow girls and boys? Go with the flow when it comes to which hand you hold the bow with and which hand you use for the pulling back the arrow - whichever feels more comfortable - then stand at 90 degrees to the target. Nock the arrow (i.e. when you clip the arrow onto the bow) and then close your eye (the left one if you are using your right hand to release the arrow and vice versa).

At that moment in time it's all about being cool, calm and collected on these archery lessons. Arrows travel at speeds up to 60m per second and can hit targets anything up to 90m away, so even a little wobble at that crucial moment can be the difference between being spot on and your shot whizzing right past the straw and plummeting straight into the ground.