There are so many good escape rooms around the world that we can only deal with a post by far cannot cover all. That’s why we’re continuing the series and presenting you with Part 2 of the Escape Room travel tips:
Regardless of whether you want to enjoy the seaside or urban dreams in big cities: There are fabulous escape rooms in almost every place in the world for the ideal indoor experience. In our second part of our travel guide, we would like to introduce you to a few more grandiose rooms!
The Netherlands is probably THE number 1 travel destination for escape room fans. It could probably fill its own post completely with some of the best rooms in the world. We have selected a few travel highlights for you:
Molly’s Game in Voorburg
Molly’s Game from Down the Hatch near The Hague is an absolute insider tip. In a puzzle experience of up to 80 minutes, 2-5 players try to find the clues in Dr. Solve Kowalski and escape her.
Stay in the Dark in Vlaardingen
A few minutes drive from Rotterdam is the Stay in the dark room by DarkPark. Where “room” is probably the wrong expression here, because in a total of 2.5 hours the players experience a unique experience with drama and impressive sound and light effects on a total of 4,000 m².
Prague, Czech Republic
In addition to Charles Bridge and other sights, Prague also has great escape rooms to offer and is therefore always worth a short city trip.
Those who like to be scared will arrive poltergeist from The Chamber not over. In a horror puzzle lasting up to 60 minutes, 2-6 players experience how an international team of scientists investigates supernatural phenomena.
Anyone who has always wanted to get on a spaceship can do so in Galactic Pioneer s of mindmaze do. Because the mission is: Colonize a new planet. At a great moment in the game, you truly feel part of Captain Kirk’s bridge crew. A unique sci-fi adventure for 2-6 people.
Belgium also has plenty of escape room fun to offer and is always worth a detour for a great excursion.
The Secret of Saint-Rumoldus
There is a small town called Mechelen between Antwerp and Brussels. There you will find one of the best escape room providers in Central Europe: De gouden Kooi. There awaits you in The Secret of Saint-Rumoldus a spectacular escape experience in which you can find the patron saint of Mechelen on the trail of the patron saint of Mechelen in up to 70 minutes in a group of 2-6 players and have to solve countless puzzles.