A missing person and a Philosopher’s Stone. Can you solve the mystery?

It’s the early 1900s and a young alchemist named Arthur Seyton has gone missing in mysterious circumstances.

It was reported he was developing a Philosopher’s Stone with his master, Hermes Triskelius.

You have less than 60 minutes to discover what happened to Arthur Seyton.

 

FEATURES OF THE ROOM

Difficulté 2.5/5

Réflexion 4/5

Fouille et Manipulation 3/5

Observation 3/5

 

RECOMMENDATIONS

Ideal for Hen parties and Stag dos

– The favourite theme of the youngest detectives

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  • How many 2 - 5
  • Number of room 2
  • How long 60 minutes
  • Language French - English
  • How old From 12 years old: permitted with
    at least one adult in the team.
    12+
  • Wheelchair access Yes
  • Success Rate 40%

1

STEP INTO A NEW WORLD

All our games take place in brilliantly themed rooms designed with incredible attention to detail

2

GET LOCKED IN AND CLUED UP

Once the door slams shut you must work together to solve a series of fiendishly clever clues

3

BEAT THE CLOCK AND BREAK OUT!

You've just one hour of pulse-racing excitement to win your freedom - if you can!