Some say that the inspiration for the character of doctor Frankenstein came from Johann Conrad Dippel, a German scientist, who was born in the Frankenstein castle. Could they be right? In the mystical world of steam machines and airships you have only one hour to revitalize a homunculus and unravel Frankenstein's mystery. You will follow in the mad scientist's footsteps to complete his final experiment and attempt to reanimate the body of Frankenstein's Creature!
RECENT REVIEWS OF ESCAPE ROOMS IN Doctor Frankenstein
Paula Bull Rating
This was our first escape room and I was really impressed with the quality of room and theme. Like others have commented, it was a little underwhelming / difficult to know when you had actually solved a puzzle and when we actually completed the room we didn't even know!
At £45 a head it was expensive.
Hannah Skinner Rating
We enjoyed the doctor Frankenstein room. It was tricky but not too hard. We managed to escape with 5 minutes spare. The only thing we were disappointed with was our group photo at the end. The lady who worked there said she had taken 2 on her phone and would send us the photograph through. When we got it it was blurred and of our legs, you couldn't see our faces.... such a shame that we have no momento of the day.
The room was a little underwhelming, themeing was quite good but some of the puzzles were not clear on the solution which took away the satisfaction of solving them. Overall not worth the money.
Artem Kramin Rating
perfect setting and props. like it
John Cuzick Rating
Great looking set. Fairly interesting puzzles. Slightly confusing as to when a puzzle was completed and it was time to move on. First puzzle was the hardest due to lighting.