Escape Hunt Liverpool review
Escape Hunt Liverpool, Merseyside is located at the Royal Albert Docks in the Atlantic Pavilion. The escape rooms are packed with excitement and you can tackle various challenges as a family. Together you will work as a team to find clues, solve puzzles and missions. The best group sizes are between two and six.
You and your teammates will get locked in a themed room and you have to find and solve a series of clues in order to escape. The experiences are completely immersive, utterly addictive, entertaining and lots of fun. There are 5 different themed rooms available at this location. Together you will step into their highly immersive 5* escape rooms. Once inside you can’t take any photos and what happens in the room stays in the room. Brand new worlds are re-created in epically themed rooms.
Quests may include The Fourth Samurai, Alice in Puzzleland, The Last Vikings, Escape the Wild West and Blackbeard’s Treasure. There are no 3D Virtual Reality, computer-generated rooms at this location.
The challenges are recommended for anyone age 8 and over unless otherwise stated. The real challenge is to complete what’s asked of you before the time runs out, each quest lasts for 60 minutes with the whole experience lasts around 90 minutes. There’s a quick briefing before you enter your chosen room and afterwards, you can enjoy their lounge area with an in-house bar and photo opportunity space.
Escape Hunt Kingston also offer outdoor adventures. Outdoor games are for ages 8 and up. Using your smart device you can explore your city through an incredible adventure that blurs reality and fiction using a combination of augmented reality and geolocation technology. The outdoor games last for between 1.5 and 2 hours, you should allow 2.5 hours for the whole experience. You can even take on challenges at home with remote escape rooms, print and play or digital games.
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FAQ and Further Information Escape Hunt Liverpool
Is there food and drink available?
They serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks onsite. They can arrange food for you to enjoy after your game (please get in touch in advance).
What are the main things to do?
Indoor themed escape rooms for those age 8 and over, plus outdoor challenges using geolocation and augmented reality. You can purchase drinks after your experience. There is no reference to toilets.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher-priced. An indoor escape room game costs £28 per person for 2-3 players, £22 per person for 4-6 players. Their outdoor games cost £22.50 for 2 players or £20 per person for 3 players and £15 per person for 4 players.
Is there parking?
There is parking nearby, charges may apply. There are bus stops nearby and James street train station is a 10-minute walk.
When are they open?
They are open for most of the year. For up to date opening times please visit their website.
Are they accessible?
Many of their escape room games are wheelchair accessible. It is advised that you contact your local Escape Hunt to find out more.