London Escaped

Love escape rooms?
Love horror?
Love hunting for keys?
Love logical puzzles?
Love physical puzzles?
Then you’ll love London Escaped.

London Escaped opened August 2018 and has bought to London the most intense escape rooms around.

At present they have two escape rooms Prisoner and Da Vinci.

Prisoner  

London Escaped Prisoner Torture

If you love horror then you’ll love the Prisoner which is full of limbs, bodies and hunting of keys.

In the 14th century prison there is an executioner known by Bloody Elbow who loves to torture people to obtain confessions which often leads to slow and agonising death. You’ll be locked inside the prison for being accused of witchcraft and waiting death row. However to escape with your live you will get a 60 minute gap to free yourself from the dungeon whilst Bloody Elbow goes off for his hour break.

London Escaped Prisoner

Question is will you make it out in time?

Da Vinci

London Escaped Da Vinci

If you love logical and physical puzzles then you’ll love Da Vinci

It is 1495 you’ll enter the class of Master Leonardo Da Vinci hoping the grand inventor will take you on as a student. With so many enthusiastic followers who want to be at his side, Da Vinci decides the only way to narrow the field is to build a room specifically designed to select only the best candidates from these eager followers. Only those capable of exiting this room in 60 minutes will be granted the distinction to carry on learning from the master himself.

London Escaped Da Vinci

Will you pass with a distinction?

However even though there are just two escape rooms at present there are many more to come.

London Escape are located at:
101 Commercial Road,
Duru House Basement,
Off Settles Street, 
London,
E1 1RD
Click here to book.
Thanks to London Escaped who let some of us from the community of Love Pop Ups London come down to play Prisoner and Da Vinci. To read our our blogs/reviews from the various escape games click on the escape room links below.

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7 Comments

  1. As escape rooms go, this is one of the better ones I have been to in terms of the set up. The Prisoner is not a game for anyone faint-hearted as you come across a lot of very realistic looking dummies! There is a lot of lateral think that is required. We had seven people in our team and this was perhaps too many for the game and the space. But we had fun and enjoyed solving all the clues. We also played Da Vinci, which was completely different and so you could easily play different rooms without getting bored. Both games encouraged teamwork and communication so would be great team building events. The operator of the game was also lovely and looked after us.

  2. Milena says:

    I went to London Escaped a few days ago and played both rooms in a group of 7 people and it was so much fun! We started with The Prisoner room, a “torture room” that you need to escape not to be tortured. The decor is really well done and realistic (with fake dead bodies, torture instruments etc) so much that we were actually scared the entire game and were not as efficient as usual haha. We completed this one in 49 minutes and I thought it was quite hard (I have done several escape rooms in the past). We then went on to do The Da Vinci room which is about being a student pf Da Vinci and showing him you are the smartest. Lots of puzzles there based on artistic and scientific themes (planets, books, dominoes etc) and same the decor is super well done. Although it is flagged as max difficulty we actually found this one easier than the other one and completed it in 39 minutes. Overall such a nice addition to Whitechapel and a great escape room! They will open more rooms in the next months so I will come back!

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