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Escape in the Towers

 
 
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Canterbury's award winning Escape Room experience set within England’s largest surviving Medieval gateway & Canterbury’s former city gaol

 
 

60 Minutes of Escape Adrenalin!

Escape In The Towers is set within England’s largest surviving Medieval gateway built in 1380 & Canterbury’s atmospheric former city gaol built in 1830, providing a one of a kind setting for your escape adventure!

We have 3 rooms to enjoy which include The Crime & Punishment Lab set within the original 1830s prison cells and two new rooms opening in Spring 2019 which include The Comms Room set within an original World War II communications room in the base of the Tower and Magna Carta Murder which uses the epic setting of the museum itself providing unrivalled space to explore as your adventure unfolds!

Escape In The Towers is 5 Star rated on TripAdvisor, has been featured in The Guardian as one of the UK’s best escape rooms and has received a Golden Key industry award. Book now to find out why there's so much buzz about Escape Rooms!

Enjoy complimentary entry to the Westgate Towers Museum & Viewpoint (open 11am - 4pm) & a 10% discount in The Pound Bar & Kitchen with your ticket! 

 

Bookings

Opening Times

MON - SUN 12pm - 8pm

(Games every 2 hours)

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Unique Live Action Experience

Play with friends, family, colleagues or on a date! Escape In The Towers offers a one of a kind live action experience with theme park quality settings and puzzles to test your abilities in teams of 2-5 players. The aim of the game is to escape by solving clues, puzzles and finding combinations and keys as you find yourself immersed in a truly unique and atmospheric setting. 

Set In An Original Prison!

Escape In The Towers is set within Canterbury's original former city gaol built in the 1830s. Packed full of atmosphere and intrigue, it is the perfect setting for your escape room adventure. Your ticket includes free entry to the Westgate Towers Museum & Viewpoint with one of Canterbury's finest views from the Battlements and a 10% discount in the bar & restaurant to enjoy before or after your game.

 

Game Pricing (Per Person)

Bigger Team, Smaller Price!

5 Players

£19 per person

4 Players

£21 per person

3 Players

£24 per person

2 Players

£28 per person

 
 

10% DISCOUNT IN OUR BAR & RESTAURANT

Enjoy a food & drink in the bar or in one of the former police cells after your game with a 10% discount to the bar & kitchen! 

Relive THE BEST BITS WITH A DRINK!

Enjoy one of our award winning cocktails or selection of local beers as you relive the best bits with your team, it's half the fun!

NEW ROOMS COMING SOON!

We’re excited to announce The Comms Room & Magna Carta Murder coming soon in 2019!

 

Recent Escape Artists (Or Victims)

 
 

Golden Key Award

“Creating a good game is hard enough, but doing so in a building that you can’t modify must be almost impossible. Definitely not impossible, though, because Escape in the Towers absolutely nailed it with their experience. It took something special to do the medieval towers justice, but they absolutely managed it.”
 
 

5 Star Trip Advisor Rating

“Insanely good! The best escape room I’ve done yet by far - so atmospheric being in a real cell! The design of the room/puzzles was great and the games master was superb. Escaped on the hour mark exactly - phew! Highly recommend”
“Had a marvellous time, exciting, engaging and great fun. Set in real historic prison cells, very atmospheric and attention to detail excellent. Ben was welcoming and took the time to explain how it would all work to put minds at rest so that the game could be enjoyed fully. A really good way to spend an hour, or in our case 44 action packed minutes.”
“We have done lots of escape rooms in the last couple of years, and this is really one of the best. The location couldn’t be more perfect and the puzzles and story were engrossing. I can’t recommend this place enough. Plus a free visit to the little museum after was the icing on the cake.”