No, you always have to book in time. You can find a time table of the available slots, you can choose it and book it there.
Please, contact us by e-mail!
There is always a system generated confirmation e-mail, after verifying the data you will have one more confirmation e-mail. In case you miss it, please, contact us by e-mail.
No. We send out the confirmation in every case. In case you miss it, please, contact us by e-mail.
The operator, who monitors the game, can send text or picture help, instructions in case it is necessary.
It is not a problem as long as you are not more than 5 people. The price difference should be evened just prior the game, in cash.
A complete mixture of personality, ages, sexes and nationalities play live escape games.
Wear whatever you want. Street wear is more than enough.
Yes you are completely safe. There is no fear aspect within any of the rooms. If you want to leave the room at any point you can. All rooms are monitored by staff at all times.
Our rooms are designed for a maximum of 5 people. 2 people is the minimum required, 3-4 people, however is the ideal amount of players.
We would advise only children from 10 upwards play due to the complexity of the puzzles. If the members of the party are under 18 then they must be accompanied by someone 18 or over
Yes you can. The rooms are all of a reasonable size and you will not find yourself in an enclosed space at any point. You can leave the room at any point if you so wish.
Press the PANIC BUTTON!
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We have welcomed pregnant team members many times in the past at Code To Exit and they have enjoyed their escape.
In all the rooms there is somewhere to sit down and the escape units can be left at any time during the game.
2 people is fine
If you’d like to simply reserve one game, please use our booking system to find an appropriate slot.
Code to Exit ticket prices start from £15 per person (incl. VAT) and vary depending on team sizes and peak times. Please have a look at our booking site to find out more.
It is a mixture of the following: The Crystal Maze, The Cube (TV show ITV), Cube (film series), Saw series, Prison Break, Fort Boyard, The Mole, The Amazing Race, The Great Escape and Nightmare.
Our building has wheelchair access. Very few aspects of the game require physical movements but we do advise that at least one member of the teams does not have mobility problems. No clues require the ability to hear but a sound will be made on occasions to alert people to clues so it is advisable to have one member of the team who can hear. The majority of clues and puzzles are visual ones. Nevertheless in a group of 3-4 or five players we can accept maximum 2 wheelchairs.