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Mystery Outdoor

Hidden City: Moriarty’s Game | Review

Moriarty’s Game Review | Professor James Moriarty invites you to celebrate the finest minds in London by solving his mysterious challenge, which he has personally prepared. Succeed, and he promises to make you an offer you can’t refuse… Rating: Fun – but for the best experience, wait until lockdown is over Completion Time: 3 hours Date Played: April […]Read More

Outdoor

Treasure Trails: Greenwich and the Time Machine | Review

Greenwich and the Time Machine Review | Ahoy, me hearties! We need pirate adventurers for this self-guided treasure hunt around Greenwich. Hunt high and low through the riverside borough of Greenwich and reveal stories of its rich maritime history (including the famous Cutty Sark – the last remaining tea clipper)! There’s green, there’s mean, and […]Read More

Escape Room

Breakin’ Escape Rooms: Blackwing’s Cave | Review

Blackwing's Cave Review | Holy padlocks, Blackwing! The evil games-master Doctor Drakker has broken out of jail and is on the loose in Knightsbane City, swearing revenge on his arch nemesis - Blackwing, dark crusader of justice. Drakker's goons have tracked down the location of Blackwing's secret base and riddled it with an onslaught of fiendishly twisted puzzles, trapping you - Blackwing's trusty sidekicks - inside. They've hacked the security systems against you and planted an explosive surprise in the darkness... Time is running out. Blackwing cannot battle Drakker alone. Outwit the booby-traps, defuse the bombs, Read More

Escape Room

Komnata: Doctor Frankenstein | Review

Komnata Doctor Frankenstein Review | Some say that the inspiration for the character of doctor Frankenstein came from Johann Conrad Dippel, a German scientist, who was born in the Frankenstein castle. Could they be right? In the mystical world of steam machines and airships, you have only one hour to revitalize a homunculus and unravel Frankenstein's mystery. You will follow in the mad scientist's footsteps to complete his final experiment and attempt to reanimate the body of Frankenstein's Creature!Read More

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The best escape rooms in London for work socials and

There are a whole lot of escape rooms in London (TripAdvisor currently lists 103 "room escape games" and experiences), so sometimes the choice can be overwhelming. It can be even harder when adding extra considerations to the mix, such as age, team size, or type of player! Luckily for you, we've put together this handy guide of our top picks for rooms to play with your colleagues. Read More