Up to five adventurers (usually up to £25 per person) will need to show team spirit, intelligence and analytical skills to save themselves from a cursed Egyptian tomb room. All who have ventured inside before have perished, said to have been sucked into Pharoah Khufu’s tomb to act as his bodyguards for eternity. Courageous souls will have one hour to find the hidden treasure, light the flame of Gods and escape, or else be forced to spend a lifetime trapped in the dark, spooky confines of the chamber. Games are available daily from 10.30am, and extra players can be added for a £14 surcharge.
Choose from the following options for a live escape game:
£49 for three people (35% off)
£59 for four people (33% off)
£69 for five people (31% off)
Located just off London Bridge rail station, Escape Rooms offers live adventure games for three to six thrill-seekers. Based on the Japanese online game Takagism, they require participants to use teamwork to solve a series of puzzles. Wits will need to be at their sharpest for guests to escape from the Pharoah’s chamber or Oriental-themed Room 33 before the one-hour timer runs out.