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Escape Land is a live escape game in London. Locked up in a room with a group of 3-6 people, you've got 60 minutes to fight through a maze of puzzles and mysteries and to open up the final exit door. Ideal for team building, game enthusiasts...more
I booked both rooms for a (work) Team event most of us had never had any such experience to compare to or any pre-conceived expectations.
* Great location
* Easy to find (for most )
* Warm welcome and helpful throughout
This was our tenth room as a pair. Lots of good puzzles, none particularly difficult, but the volume of them kept us entertained and busy. Some things we haven’t seen before, which was nice, and lots of diversity. Would recommend
Great atmosphere and decoration, ok puzzles, most of the items are hand made which is amazing, good variation in type of puzzles. Downsides... Couple of the puzzles repeat exactly the mechanic wich is not good, most of the written puzzles have numbers and so written...More
2 friends and I went on Saturday to start our day off in London. Well what a great start it was we did the Professor Oxford room. It was excellent!! The lady was helpful, and explained well for my friends who had not done an...More
Went as a group of 6, really enjoyed ourselves - not least as we managed to escape
Puzzles and clues were a good mix of physical and mental. Some were simple so you felt like you were progressing others took quite a bit of work....More
6 of us visited on a Saturday afternoon and tackled the da Vinci room. It was great fun. The clues were all really well done and got us all using our brains. Some of the clues involved identifying patterns, finding hidden objects, using logic, remembering...More
We visited as a group of four (60 year olds) on Monday 13th August and tackled the Da Vinci escape room. The venue is very easy to find, in Oxford Street, about a minute or two’s walk from Tottenham Court Road tube station. We were...More
We chose 'Professor Oxford's Experiments' as our first Escape Room; there were four of us - two adults and two kids aged 12 and 14. We all absolutely loved it and will definitely be booking another. We had been concerned about whether it would be...More
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There are some puzzles and clues in the escape room where you need to be able to read and understand english. There are also plenty of other clues in the room where this is not needed and anybody can work them... More
There are some puzzles and clues in the escape room where you need to be able to read and understand english. There are also plenty of other clues in the room where this is not needed and anybody can work them out. If you can translate the written clues to your friends, I'm sure that they are going to have a fun and enjoyable experience.