Jail Break Escape Room - St Neots Museum
  • St Neots Museum
    8 New Street
    St Neots
    PE19 1AE
A new escape room at St Neots Museum - can your team get out in time? Further details from www.stneotsmuseum.org.uk/escape/ Various dates and times available. New dates added for May and June.

This Spring St Neots Museum, in partnership with Mystery in History, is hosting a unique escape room interactive experience where participants have 60 minutes to solve challenging puzzles so they can jailbreak.

Our escape room is being staged in the historic former police station in St Neots, where the current museum is based. Over a number of dates teams have the opportunity of being locked in the cell and given 60 minutes to escape. 

The dates for 2018

The escape room will be open on the following dates

  • Saturday 7, 14, 28 April and 26 May
  • Sunday 8, 29 April and 20 May
  • Tuesday 24 April
  • Thursday 24 May
  • Friday 20 April, 4 May

Weekday and Saturdays begin at 5.15pm, 6.30pm, 7.45 pm and 9pm
Sundays begin at 2pm, 3.15pm, 4.30pm and 5.45pm

The challenge

After being locked in the cell, you and your team will have 60 minutes to break out. You will have to pass through three stages: breaking out of the cell; breaking out of the cell corridor; and – finally – escaping through the main gate. These stages get progressively harder and more complex so you will need to work together, promptly, from the very moment the game starts.

This game does not require any strength or physical force. All the information you need to escape is already provided, as long as you use your eyes, ears and your brain and are able to work together as a team.

For further details and tickets go to www.stneotsmuseum.org.uk/escape

Future dates
  • Friday 1st June 5:15pm until 9:00pm
  • Sunday 3rd June 2:00pm until 5:45pm
  • Tuesday 12th June 5:15pm until 9:00pm
  • Saturday 16th June 5:15pm until 9:00pm
  • Sunday 17th June 2:00pm until 5:45pm
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