Our tribute to Hull's own Amy Johnson.

 

The Aviator’s Study is a unique escape room experience, perfect for teenagers and adults of all ages looking for a challenge. Inspired by flying pioneer Amy Johnson, the attraction lets players pit their wits against a series of puzzles and riddles in order to break out of the study before the time runs out. Teams have one hour to work the navigational tools, crack the codes and spring the locks.

Groups of 2-6 people

Difficulty rating: 4.0/5.0

 

Compile your team, evade the police and escape with a fortune.

 

The Bank Job gives players the opportunity to pull off the ultimate robbery. Not for the faint hearted, teams can pit their wits against a range of puzzles and overcome a series of challenges in order to crack the safe and grab the loot. The Bank Job tests mental, physical and lateral-thinking skills as teams have one hour to grab the largest possible haul. Groups of would-be master criminals need to operate as a one, delegating tasks and helping each other out. Just make sure you get out before the Old Bill arrives!

Groups of 2-6 people

Difficulty rating: 5.0/5.0

 

Let The Battle Commence!

 

Team work and clear communication are vital to your escape in 'Prison Break'.

Your group is split into two teams to battle against each other side by side in a race for freedom!

Groups of 4-8 people

Difficulty rating: See below

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Boys vs Girls? Managers vs Staff?
How Will You Take on the Challenge?

Do you have a strong competitive side? Then this is the live action adventure for you! Take on 'Prison Break' as two teams split across four prison cells, competing against each other in Hull's first and only competition escape room. Both teams start at the same time and solve the exact same puzzles so there can be no doubt which group has the sharpest wits, the toughest nerve and best team work! 


Here's an example of how 4 vs 4 would work:

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FAQ

Q: How difficult is it?
A: This depends! The most important part of 'Prison Break' is team work and communication. Teams who talk to each other and work together will quickly unravel the challenges - teams that don't communicate and work alone will find it tough. 

Q: There are five/seven of us, can we take part?
A: The room has been designed with competition in mind, therefore, an even number of people is suggested to make it a fair game. If you're not worried about even teams, you're still welcome to come along!


Q: Is it in a small space? Are we actually locked in a cell?!
A: The cells have been created to comfortably fit up to two people in each.

Yes, you are locked in but there is an emergency key available in the event that anyone needs to leave the cell.