This March a brand new exciting activity launches in Dublin. Escape Dublin opens its doors this month, inviting Dubliners and city visitors alike to come and experience the phenomenon that has proved so popular elsewhere already.
If you enjoy a mental challenge and the chance to try something new with your friends, family, or colleagues, then Escape is the place to visit.
Escape is Edinburgh's Leading Attraction
Escape has proved immensely popular in Edinburgh and beyond. On trip advisor it has consistently ranked highly amongst a whole host of major tourist sites in a city that is not short on things to do.
The success for Escape in Edinburgh was so overwhelming that the decision was made to expand to Glasgow, then Newcastle, and now the immensely popular game has come to Dublin.
What is Escape?
Escape is a challenging game in which your aim is to get yourself and your team out from the room you have been locked inside of.
In order to do so you must solve a variety of puzzles, riddles and brain teasers. Using your observation and problem solving skills you and the team you are with will have to work together to escape by locating the safe that holds the key to unlock the door to freedom.
If you can think outside the box and come up with creative solutions then you stand the best chance of success.
Exit & Escape Games Are Popular Internationally
The Escape games were brought to Scotland by Daniel Hill, inspired by the popularity of Exit games in Europe. Daniel had been studying maths and was looking to become a teacher before he realised the potential there was in Escape games that would allow him to exercise his love of puzzle solving.
Escape Edinburgh opened last May and has enjoyed massive success, becoming the top attraction in the city very quickly as it captured the public's imagination. Check out for yourself what visitors have had to say on Trip Advisor.
Escape Rooms in Dublin
The set-up in Dublin will initially be based on the immensely successful classic game in Edinburgh, with more games to follow in due course. The room will have a minimalist design that will nonetheless conceal a variety of complexities. You will have to explore hidden drawers, locked boxes and a range of interesting items to work your way out of the room.
Your mental skills will be put to the ultimate test. Mental dexterity is essential as you utilise your observational skills and attempt to swiftly master code breaking. The real test though is your ability to work as a team, co-operating and pooling your individual strengths to succeed as a team. Communicating and listening to everyone's ideas is essential, the craziest seeming solution just might be the right one.
The aim of the game is of course to ultimately escape from the room in which you have been trapped within the sixty minute time limit, it will be the quickest hour you have ever experienced. The key to freedom is concealed in a safe. Can you work as a team to decipher the clues? Can you think creatively and act decisively? Do you have what it takes to Escape?