Things to do at Monopoly Lifesized review
Recently opened on Tottenham Court Road in the heart of London. Monopoly Lifesized is an immersive, on-your-feet edition of the world’s favourite game.
The game will last for 75 minutes and it will be played on a 15-metre x 15-metre board. The board will feature 8 properties, 2 utility companies, 2 train stations, jail, free parking, Go and Just visiting. By my reckoning, 75 minutes will be the right amount of time to have fun playing and not fall out with everyone there. Plus you can play as a team which always helps.
Each board can have between 8 to 24 people playing and you can be split into 4 teams that will play against each other. Each team will have their own Monopoly token such as the boot, racing car, dog etc. You will lead them around the game and take scores. Each of the property squares will have a full-sized location-specific room. Players will enter and participate in challenges to ‘acquire’ that particular property. These challenges will be a mixture of physical and mental puzzles, they will be themed appropriately to the square. There will be three different boards to choose from, Classic, City and Vault.
The game is suitable for anyone aged 9 and over. If someone in your team is under 9 it is suggested that you can play the family-friendly Junior board instead. In the Junior game, you will travel around Mr Monopoly’s fun fairground board competing in family-friendly challenges. This is suitable for families with children aged 5-18.
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FAQ and Further Information Monopoly Lifesized
Is there food and drink available?
There will be the Top Hat restaurant.
What are the main things to do?
Indoor immersive life-sized Monopoly board game where you play as a team and make your way around by completing different physical and mental challenges. There will be a restaurant and toilets.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Expensive. Tickets range from £25-27.50 for Junior Board and from £53 to £73 per person for the other boards. Prices are dependant on the time and date you book for.
Is there parking?
There is no parking. Using London’s extensive network of public transport is highly recommended.
When are they open?
Once open they will be open for most of the year. For up to date opening times please visit their website.
Are they accessible?
Wheelchair access is through the step-free entrance on Tottenham Court Road. The venue will be accessible.
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