Escape games come to Glasgow

Escape Games come to Glasgow

A new and exciting activity has been launched in Glasgow. Escape Glasgow only opened its doors in August and has already welcomed hundreds of visitors from all over the world. If you want to enjoy puzzles and adventure, interaction with your friends and have fun at the same time, this is the place to visit.

Escape is already No1 in Edinburgh

Already popular in Edinburgh and rated by Trip Advisor as Edinburgh’s leading attraction, beating Edinburgh Castle and other major visitor sites, Escape games offer both the general public and corporate team builders an intriguing way to spend 60 minutes. Language isn’t a barrier; as you will have to crack codes, use your powers of observation and ingenuity in order to play the game. Now you don’t have to go to Edinburgh to enjoy this experience, you can simply head to the Baltic Chambers on Wellington Street in Glasgow.

What is Escape?

You’ll be locked in a room, that’s full of clues, and your aim will be to locate the safe that holds the key that’ll unlock your door to freedom. The room caters for groups of between two and six people and it’s suitable for families, gamers, students and corporate team builders. You’ll have to use your brain, and you’ll have to communicate with your team if you want to escape the room. Expect the unexpected and you’ll have a better chance of success.

Exit and Escape games are popular throughout the world

Daniel Hill, the man who brought the Escape games to Scotland first became intrigued when a friend told him of the success of Exit games in Europe. Daniel was studying to be a Maths teacher, but realised that Escape games offered him the potential to exercise his love of puzzles and riddles, he also wanted to introduce this experience to Scotland. Escape Edinburgh only opened in May, but is fast becoming one of the city’s most talked about attractions. Just take a look at the Escape Edinburgh Twitter feed to check out the popularity of this adventure game.

The Escape rooms in Glasgow

The room is minimalist in design, but you will have to look for hidden boxes, lift items of furniture and solve codes in order to track down the safe with the key. Brainstorming is essential. This is so much more fun than just sitting at your games console playing a game on your own. The Escape game relies on constant communication as well as the ability to use some lateral and creative thinking. Escape Glasgow will shortly be launching Contagion. This is a game that’s based upon the idea that you are a scientist trying to save the world with your new vaccine but you have to escape your lab within 60 minutes. White coats and goggles will be provided.

Booking is easy

If you want to find out more about Escape Glasgow, you can either visit the website, or you can contact by phone or visit in person. The company does also offer tailored events for corporate team building so if you’re planning to attend, it’s a good idea to ring in advance.

Escape Glasgow
Baltic Chambers
50 Wellington Street
G2 6HJ

T: 07584 047 234