Jail Break Escape Room is back for summer 2022 and revisiting our last two story lines:
This season the experience is themed around the night time blackout which was enforced throughout the Second World War, 1939 – 45. In cities, towns and villages across Britain Air Raid Patrol (ARP) wardens and Special Constables patrolled the streets at night checking that no building was showing even the smallest chink of light. Any light that could be seen could have attracted German aeroplanes on their night time bombing raids across Britain during the Blitz on Britain of 1940 – 1941. This seasons Escape Room experience is based around genuine cases involving local people who broke the blackout regulations between 1939 and 1945.
We’ll use collage to make your very own crown, perfect for your Jubilee street party.
Suitable for ages 4+. Please note: a single ticket reserves a table of up to six people. Please do not book multiple tickets unless your group size is over six people.
On booking you will be required to pay a deposit for the table only, at the cost of a single child (£4). On the day, you will then be required to pay the sum for each additional child you bring.
You will have 40 minutes maximum per session. For each timed session there will be four tables available to book for a maximum of six people per table. No more than two adults per group. Adults go free.
It’s Spring 1996 and St Neots Museum has just opened. You have booked a private tour but the assistant curator has forgotten and gone home. Faced with spending the night in the museum you desperately search for an exit but you soon realise that the only way to break out ……is to break in!
Sat 23 July
Sun 24 July
Sat 13 Aug
Sun 14 Aug
Sat 27 Aug
Sun 28 Aug
Tickets can be booked and paid for online, or in the museum reception, by email or call us on 01480 214163.
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