Okay, science is not my strong point and of course my youngest daughter wanted a challenge. What she wants she usually gets.
Escape Stockport is one of those places that is a hidden gem. The host was very enthusiastic and seemed to know the story off by heart. As it was a birthday he gave us an extra clue and we had chance to get a bonus for extra time or a clue.
The room was hard at first. The puzzles are just about right for the room.
We escaped and we enjoyed it.
Will definitely be going back again
Fancy disarming a bomb, then this is for you. Escape Stockport has three rooms amongst it's 5 rooms that has an interconnected story about Victor Chan.
This is the first room of the story. Right from the go the room is hard. There is no 1 place to start, or so it seemed (let's just say we kicked ourselves afterwards when it was pointed out lol). The puzzles are about right for the level of room and you get a chance to find a bonus that can be used for multiple things.
Needless to say we got out with 3 mins to spare. The pressure comes at the end when you have to disarm the bomb. Good fun for the family.
This was a room that is aimed at kids mainly, some of the clues stumped me and my wife, but the kids got them. The clues/ puzzles are all pirate/nautical themed.
The room was value for money.
One of the better escape rooms we did. Definately deserved the award it has won. I like a room that is a mental challenge. The historical references were well thought out and perfect for the theme of the room (cold war era)
Enjoyed my first experience of an Escape room. Daughter chose Haunted house and it was terrific involvement for all