There’s nothing like being locked in a room full of lasers to really tickle the old adrenaline glands, especially when every beam broken means a penalty for your team. Once you’ve established which of your three-to-six players is most nimble, Escape Rooms’ one-hour games will confront you with plenty of exciting effects to keep you all on your toes. Secret compartments suddenly reveal themselves, locked doors spring into action, alarms add a new level to your collective panic… and that’s all on top of the riddles, puzzles, codes and clues you have to find and solve to complete your mission. Whether you manage to complete the challenge or end up begging for clues right into the closing minutes, this is a satisfying and unpredictable hour of brain-teasing fun. There are two themed games to choose from, one based in the cursed chamber of an Egyptian pharaoh, and the other a room in the British Museum containing a precious Chinese porcelain which needs returning to its rightful owner. Book in advance (there's another in Angel, if you can't get in).
|Venue name:||Escape Rooms London Bridge|
Rear of 134 Tooley Street
|Opening hours:||From Monday to Sunday, 10am-10pm|
|Transport:||Tube: London Bridge|
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Average User Rating
4 / 5
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Did the Pharaoh's Tomb as a group of six first-timers and had a blast. Staff were friendly, professional and helpful when required. We had a tech issue that was quickly fixed without a major impact on the game and were able to just about finish the room and escape with our treasure. There are some dependencies between puzzles, so watch out for those.
Would definitely recommend and will be planning a visit to Room 33 in the near future!
We have done a few escape rooms and tried the Egyptian room at Escape rooms a couple of months ago. Unfortunately we found it underwhelming. The puzzles just didn't hang together and flow logically. I'd avoid this one.
We played Room 33 as a team of 5, which was very high tech, with lasers and electro-glass and stuff, but the puzzles were incredibly hard, which was demoralising at times.
Fun, challenging and exciting! A great evenings entertainment! Room 33 is just as good as The Pharaho's Chamber!
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