Came back to Lock'd to do Museum Warehouse and it was another fun experience. Looking forward to return soon.Radu
We have visited Lock’d twice now to do the House or Alastair Moon which was a fun, technology based, more challenging room, and also Grandpas Last Will, which is a bit simpler. The location is good, within walking distance from Bermondsey station - we had a bit of an issue but happily the team resolved it.Neel
I went in with high hopes to Lock'd having done the Museum room the previous year and I wasn't disappointed.Robyn
The tales of Alastair moon is the 8th escape room I have done and knowing it was a brand new room on the highest level of difficulty I was unsure what to expect. Our party consisted of three people who had all done escape rooms before which I think was the perfect number of people and level of experience required for this particular room.
The story of Alastair moon was well thought out and different to any other room I'd encountered before. The puzzles were varied and brilliant in terms of the way they were used to shape the story and also fascinating from a technical aspect.
Without giving too much away I loved the use of music and certain sound effects which created an eerie, chilling atmosphere.
Definitely a challenging room, but one that is a must try for escape room fans.
The staff were incredibly friendly and welcoming ad you could really tell they were proud of their rooms, which they should be as allot of hard work was put into them.
No complaints on our end, worth the money and a great experience.
Will definitely come back to try out the other rooms!
I went with some friends to Grandpa's will room. As they were first timers with the whole scape room thing, I was worried that they could find the experience tenuous or uninteresting, but the difficulty of the room and the set up were carefully planned for new people getting into Scape rooms for the first time while still feeling engaging and satisfactory.Inigo C
Will definitely come back, maybe for the more challenging options.
I chose Lock'd as I read that all their rooms were suitable for a team of 2 and I wasn't disappointed by my decision. The host was very enthusiastic and friendly. He really set the mood. We played perpetuum mobile and had fun "saving the world". The room has a few different puzzles, no lock was the same. I definitely recommend visiting Lock'd and can wholeheartedly recommend perpetuum mobile. Clever, fun puzzles and great for just two.smm
Great fun for family of four inc two teenagers 12 and 14. Friendly staff and task just the right levelTreborSronym