Cabin fever: Penzance-inspired escape room

Eureka Escape Cornwall

Why is Doris Decker hiding in the basement of the Exchange? In this immersive mystery from Eureka Escape Cornwall, you’ll be tasked with unravelling clues inspired by local landmarks. The challenge is to make your way out of a locked room within the hour. This escape room story is suitable for 2-7 people and is the perfect rainy-day activity. Find out more here.

Cost: 
  • Paid

Transport

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