Adventure Rooms in Dublin
Adventure Rooms in Dublin

Adventure Rooms in Dublin

Cooperate with your friends and use your smarts in this exciting Adventure room in Dublin!

What can I go to escape rooms in Dublin?

Adventure games are located just 10 minutes from the city centre, via Henry Street or Mary Street.

Have you ever wanted to try out an escape room but never had the chance? Adventure rooms offer a fun, unique, and engaging live escape game for teams large and small, the rules are simple: use logic and lateral thinking to tackle the tasks at hand with the help of obscure and interesting objects to regain freedom before the time runs out! Choose from Original Swiss”, “World Trip”, Mafia or The Black Queen. Will you escape in time?

Escape Room tips

Is this your first time trying an escape room? If so, here are some tips to help you find your way out in no time:

  • Spread out your team to help investigate the entire room rather than all crowding in one spot.
  • If you find anything interesting, share it with your teammates as soon as possible – communication is key to solving puzzles.
  • Don’t always be looking at the clock – time is of course important, but constantly peeking at the time can put you under more pressure. If you can’t solve something after a few minutes, consider handing it over to someone else to try.

Looking for the perfect stag/ hen party or a group gathering? Take a trip down to Dublin’s top-rated escape game, adventure rooms offer different options depending on group size.  Choose from the classic format for 2-6 people or duel format for 7-14 people (cat & mouse game) for bigger groups

  • Activity duration of up to 60 minutes
  • Booking times are available from 10 am till 8 pm
  • Prices from £35 per person depending on the size of the group
  • Minimum age requirement of 11 years old
  • Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult

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