Successful team of players in Ely's escape room

Successful team of players in Ely’s escape room

As well as publishing ebooks of puzzles we also run the East Anglia Puzzle Room.

We lock you in a mysterious room and you have exactly 60 minutes to find your way out by finding clues, solving puzzles and using your creativity, imagination and ingenuity.

We roam the towns and villages of East Anglia, setting up our puzzle rooms in hotels, halls and function rooms so we could pop-up in your area soon. We also conduct bespoke sessions in private homes for birthdays, anniversaries or other functions and celebrations and conduct workplace sessions as part of corporate  team building activities and ice-breakers at the start of training days or conferences.

We operate a pop-up escape room at Oliver Cromwell’s House in Ely. This runs every Saturday and Sunday throughout the year and other days by prior arrangement. If visiting Ely, Newmarket or Cambridge and looking for something unusual to try, give us a look.

We operate a pop-up escape room at the East Anglian Railway Museum , Chappel and Wakes Colnes Station on the Marks Tye to Sudbury branch line. This runs every fortnight throughout the year and other days by prior arrangement. If visiting Colchester, Sudbury, Constable Country and looking for something unusual to try, give us a look.

More information about our games and how to book can be found on the East Anglia Puzzle Room website.

At home alternatives

If you cannot get a group together and travel to one of our escape rooms, the next best thing is an escape room type board game you can try at home or with friends.

Ravensburger Thinkfun Escape the Room Party Game – Mystery at the Stargazer’s Manor

Also highly recommended is Ravensburger Thinkfun Escape the Room Party Game – Secret of Dr Gravely’s Retreat

Ravensburger Thinkfun Escape the Room Party Game - Mystery at the Stargazer’s Manor

Ravensburger Thinkfun Escape the Room Party Game – Mystery at the Stargazer’s Manor

Please note these are not digital products. They are NOT computer games and instead consist of real tangible items you and your fellow players have to interact with such as sealed envelopes, photos and images containing clues and puzzles. Great idea for an autumn evening’s entertainment.