Giveaway: Gee Whizz Magic Tricks Drumond Park

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Gee Whizz Magic Tricks from Drumond Park

The Gee Whizz magical box of tricks for younger kids! Filled with amazing activities and tremendous tricks which don’t need nimble fingers!
Gee Whizz is specially put together for youngsters age 5+.

It will keep them enthralled for ages. With activities like learning to make shadow animals, rainbow glasses and visual effects to stun themselves and their friends – and then there are the magic tricks…
Most of the tricks ‘do themselves’ so even young children can try them – magically grow a flower, pour coins out of an empty dish or ”cut” a rope and instantly repair it. Watch a cord change colour as you pull it through the ancient golden coin and change a dice by simply pushing it through the magic tunnel.


Gee Whizz is well suited for Jake, he is 5 and has previously already shown a lot of interest in magic, so when we received this, he was very excited to do his very own magic tricks and even have his very own wand, instead of a stick he has collected coming home from school!
The contents of the box include:-

  • Magic Wand with flower and pot
  • Colour change coin
  • Super dice tunnel
  • Firework Glasses
  • Super coin saucer
  • Super spinning discs with base
  • 4 x shadow cards
  • Magic card case
  • Parrot in the cage
  • Zig Zag rope
  • Who’s bigger than who cards
  • Instructions detailing everything for each trick

There are a lot of magic tricks to do in just 1 box!
Jake’s favourite trick was the ‘Magic Flower Wand’ pulling the magic flower out of his wand and making a ‘pretty feather flower in a pot’ for Grace his little sister. Very easily understood, but gives you the ‘wow’ effect. Grace also loved this and learnt this in no time as well.
You are to push the feather flowers down the inside of wand tap it down, say the magic words then tap the wand into the flower-pot and the flower will then pop out as if by magic!
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The next favourite was the ‘who’s bigger than who cards’ which is an optical illusion, that even myself got wowed! Here is Jake, in a little video we made, he wanted me to show so you too can see how magic his cards really are!

There are so many different tricks within the set, I don’t want to give them all away, as a magician would never reveal their secrets. The instruction booklet is very easy to understand with plenty of diagrams to show you how to do each trick in a step by step guide.

This game is well suited for ages 5 and up for your little magician!

Jake & Grace think it’s great fun & very magical.

For stockist’s and for more information, please go to Drumond Park website or you can purchase it from Amazon for £15.99


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138 thoughts on “Giveaway: Gee Whizz Magic Tricks Drumond Park

  1. I’d say it’s from years ago Paul Daniels sawing Debbie Magee in half
    I was more gullible and believed it was actually magic -unfortunately I’m now sceptical and Google to find out how they actually do the tricks

  2. My Dad making coins disappear then reappear behind my ear when I was a kid. No magician I’ve seen since then has ever given me half as much amazement as those silly tricks he did when I was a toddler.

  3. we all love Dynamo in this house, I love all of the tricks where there are many spectators because a lot of work has gone into creating them.

  4. Loved watching Paul Daniels as a child, but I don’t really remember much aside from the one where you get cut in half lol!!!

  5. Dynamo has to be walking over water and float into the air guys is amazing as a child used to be Paul can’t remember his last name

  6. The best magician I ever saw was my brother in law who used to do magic tricks for my daughter when she was 3 – 4 years old. I still remember her look of awe when he made her brother and her auntie disappear, she’s 9 now so knows how the trick is done but at the time she would not stop telling everyone about her magic uncle who could make people vanish

  7. I remember being obsessed with ‘breaking the magicians code’ when i was little. It just used to amaze me & i genuinely believed it was real.

  8. I have never seen a live magic act ? my husbands goes on YouTube to look for tricks and tries to recreate them for our boys but that’s as good as it gets

  9. I still remember see a magician when I was a kid, do the classic sawing a woman in half and remember being so awestruck and questioning how it could be done.

  10. Oh I remember a great magician I saw at a show a long time ago. He was really like Derren Brown and set up the same kinds of scenarios that all came together at the end so people’s belongings ended up in other people’s pockets, there were sealed envelopes with words out of books that had just been picked randomly by the audience, all those sort of things.

  11. I have never seen a professional magic show but a boy did magic at a talent show i saw and he was great for a youngster cannot remember a specific trick he did but he tried hard

  12. Dynamo’s levitation trick in front of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil was the most amazing trick I’ve ever seen performed.

  13. My younger brother is 17 and is a really great card magician. He is hired for all sorts of events and his tricks are really good.

  14. I am not sure I have ever seen a really good one! But there was this magician that used to do card tricks when i was at school and I always thought it was clever

  15. David Blane when he had the card someone chose, threw it and it appeared on the inside of the window! The crowd were screaming but it was good!

  16. Anything done by Dynamo! The one that stands out the most is where he froze a water fountain- it was incredible x

  17. My sister had a magician at a party she had – he did a trick where he got her to sign a card and it ended up being inside a lemon he cut open – that was a good trick

  18. A Japanese magician performing at the restaurant where my husband and I had our first date. We had no idea he would be there, and he performed a few tricks at our table. I think I still have the drawing of the spoon he magically bent packed away somewhere.

  19. Drummond parks games are awesome as they have new ideas of making games and have always enjoyed the laughter that comes with every game

  20. My father always had a crowd of children around him at any family parties as he pulled pennies out of their ears.

  21. The guy that won Britains Got Talent, HOW did he do those tricks? How?! He zapped them, and burnt David Beckhams face into paper…..just what?!

  22. Everything that Dynamo does just fascinates me! How he does it … there’s no explanation, other than it really is magic!

  23. The best trick I ever saw was performed by Penn and Teller and it was were they appeared to catch a bullet fired directly at ,with their mouths

  24. I don’t know the name of the magician, but the best one I have ever seen was on my friend’s hen do. This magician turned a wad of woolworths vouchers into £50 notes!

  25. I find any magic trick unbelievable. Seriously, I’m incredibly gullible, I don’t even know how the most basic magic is done!

  26. A actual real white rabbit pop out of a hat! performed by Gemma Raymond Magic and Illusion when I was on holiday at Summerfields Holiday Park Scratby.
    I was so amazed! as it was quite a sizeable bunny too! I love magic.

  27. My grandad used to show me great card tricks when I was younger and I could never figure out how he could guess the card I was holding !

  28. For me, Dynamo’s Shard Levitation is the best magic trick I have seen! It was absolutely amazing. How he did it, I just don’t know!

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