So off we popped, not to Milton Keynes exactly, to Wolverton, a Victorian-era new town on the outskirts. Wolverton is described as one of the first railway towns; built to house locomotive works; home of the Royal Train; and the history of the railways is prominent on street frontages all the way up to the frankly quirky escape venue… read more (it’s not all modern British history, I promise).
We learnt two valuable lessons this day. One, a piece of advice seen in the Enthusiasts’ Facebook group – never play a room in the first month of opening. And two, should be obvious to parents everywhere – read more…
I became very excited when I heard a new Escape Room venue was opening in Rushden, a small Northamptonshire town ten minutes down the road from us. We’ve pretty much exhausted everywhere else… read more here (if you dare, before the MIB come after you*).
True story: my boss had been invited on a lads’ day out in Northampton – they were booked into Trapp’d …read more
Note: this room isn’t reviewed by my boss. He’d be terrible at it. Fortunately, he doesn’t read my blog.
So, taking advantage of a half-price flash sale, our Russian room fetish led us to Reactorvate in Leicester. Our first trip to Escapologic… read more…
Granny and the Anthropomorphic Panda Avengers go global! Well, two of us, at least. Visiting the wonderful World of Disney, we reckoned Florida was a ripe environment for some incredibly immersive and hi-spec Escape Rooms. And we were kind of right. Read more here..
Review of this off-beat game.
Spoiler: Contains no scary clowns.
Bit of confusion over this room – is it called Crime Scene or is it called CSI? Read here Aunty Ant’s investigation into this most perplexing of mysteries.
(Spoiler alert: we still don’t know the answer. Don’t let that stop you reading the review).