World of Escape Rooms - Full list of escape games in United Kingdom

Escape Rooms are an excellent opportunity for spending time with family and friends. It’s time you escaped the room! Escape rooms are a new popular type of entertainment. Here you will find information about the best escape rooms provided by different companies.

  • Bath1

    Bath

    2 escape rooms
  • Birmingham1

    Birmingham

    4 escape rooms
  • Bournemouth1

    Bournemouth

    2 escape rooms
  • Brentwood1

    Brentwood

    2 escape rooms
  • Brighton1

    Brighton

    2 escape rooms
  • Bristol1

    Bristol

    5+ escape rooms
  • Cambridge1

    Cambridge

    1 escape room
  • Cardiff

    Cardiff

    No escape room
  • Edinburgh1

    Edinburgh

    5+ escape rooms
  • Glasgow1

    Glasgow

    10+ escape rooms
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    London

    20+ escape rooms
  • Manchester escape room

    Manchester

    10+ escape rooms
  • Newcastle1

    Newcastle

    2 escape rooms
  • Nottingham1

    Nottingham

    5+ escape rooms
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    Oxford

    4 escape rooms
  • York1

    York

    2 escape rooms

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Latest reviews of escape rooms



  • Escape game: Secret of the Tomb
    This was so much fun!!

    Stef


  • Escape game: Sherlock Unlock
    I really wanted to like this room, I did. But it was really not good, sorry guys. We did Chaos but based on my friend's experience the other room Outbreak was also pretty poor. There was no atmosphere setting from the host (very nice guy and perfectly helpful about the admin part of things), we were led into the room and told we had 60 mins. Fine - not a dealbreaker but 10-1=9. There were some interesting looking puzzles in there but so much IKEA furniture with the STICKER ON them it really ruins the game: 9-1=8. There so many red herrings in there (I know we need some, we always do) but when you are basically trying out all 4-digit numbers on every padlock to see if it works then you know there is no such thing as a "flow" when this game was planned. 8-1=7. There are only padlocks in the rooms, nothing else in terms of technical solutions - at some point I felt like this was a 101 in how NOT to do an escape room. 7-1=6. There were no less than 4 padlocks on the door and 2 on the drawers which meant the solving one puzzle didn't give you anything. I get that this kind of game is also for team-building & communication, but in that case please please please get different drawers/boxes/anything with pieces of one puzzle. Putting four different locks on the door is ugly, inelegant and just really not very fun: 6-5=4. There was one really interesting looking puzzle towards the end which we didn't have to crack and still escaped (and left one drawer locked)...how could that happen? 4-3=2. We didn't just blindly try numbers, I swear (though that would have worked too because padlocks were of really bad quality 2-1=1) which means there the whole room wasn't coherent! I'm really sorry guys, I can see the business case in opening an escape room in Canary Wharf and I really wanted to like it but this was the worst room I have ever done (I've de 12 in 4 cities so far: London, Budapest, Barcelona, Mumbai). Either then price this at £10 complete beginner level or better still - take a break and completely redesign the puzzles. If you are going I guess I have one piece of advice - go with less than 4 people or go alone if you are advanced and try to not look for any logical flow, just solve puzzles, ask for clues (without which there is no way to solve some of them) and move one. So far, any other escape room is better in the London market. Please don't be lazy and stay in the Wharf, just go to any other one. Sorry guys, honest opinion here.

    Shasha


  • Escape game: The Darlington Mystery
    As my first escape room I wasn't sure what to expect, but was blown away by the quantity, quality and diversity of the challenges. The depth of the scenario, the twists and turns, and the overwhelming attention to detail mean that I would recommend them to any and everyone.

    Trick N


  • Escape game: The Darlington Mystery
    I have attended a number of events hosted by Red House Mysteries that incorporate problem solving skills and this escape the room is testament to their ability to set an immersive scene, create a serious mental series of challenges along with the high attention to detail and professionalism.

    David Griffiths


  • Escape game: The Darlington Mystery
    We were visiting the area for just a few days to catch up with some old friends over New Years eve. The weather was pretty rotten and we wanted an activity we could do together that allowed us to spend time together and stay indoors. We were fortunate enough to hear about Red House Mysteries and they were so understanding about our limited availability and we're kind enough to fit us in into their busy schedule. We were a group of 6, who had no idea what we were getting in to, knowing only we had to escape a room in some way or another. I can tell you now this escape room offered everything! The atmosphere was incredible, the puzzles tricky enough to make you need different perspectives, but not so difficult you can't do them. The story was so lovely and every tiny detail thought out and considered. There were so many different things to look at and tasks that needed completing that no one stood around idle. Honestly can't recommend this experience any greater! I can't wait to see what Red House Mysteries do next and I hope on our next trip over we're able to start the next adventure! Amazing work.

    Sophia Haines


  • Escape game: Questroom
    Our first room escape game. Looking for something to do with two boys aged 12 and 10. Found Questroom through Tripadvisor and went for it as quite local. Friendly welcome. Really clear instructions. Everyone could get involved. The hour flew by. Definitely recommend

    Kab190

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