Are you looking for something different in Budapest than the popular tours? A perfect way to pass an hour in Budapest is to enjoy one of the live room escape games, where you, your friends and family are all welcome to solve puzzles, riddles of all sort to escape a room, before your time is up.
Stories of the Escape Rooms:
Spy Story: Defuse the Bomb before it explodes (60 min game)
Bank Robbery Story: feel part of the Ocean’s Eleven story, get the biggest Diamond (60 min game)
You will enjoy every minute of the team work (best for teams of 3-4 but couples can enjoy it too). Become a secret agent, save the world from and explosion, be the heroes of the town!
No worries, you are being helped by the friendly game managers if you need a clue. Clue to padlock combinations,
Who is the Tour for?
People who love to solve puzzles
Many who escaped one room return to escape another room for fun, and for the sensation of challenge. If you enjoy riddles, watching programmes like ‘The Adventure Game’, ‘Lost’, ‘The Crystal Maze’, ‘The Da Vinci Code’ ‘The Amazing Race’ or detective films and shows, you will just love the escape room games in Budapest.
The tour is recommended from age 10 (only with adults), and there is no upper limit. The escape room game is also available in English, so tourists can enjoy it too.
Group size: 2 – 5 people
Prices of the Room Escape Game
Groups of 2 / Couples: HUF 5,000 / group
Groups of 3-5: HUF 8,000 / group
Dates and Hours of the Room Escape Game
Tours start at the following hours: 1 pm, 2:30 pm, 4 pm, 5:30 pm, 7 pm, 8:30 pm, 10 pm, 11:30 pm
Location of the escape rooms: District VII, city centre in Budapest, close to Blaha Lujza Square M2 metro station
Room Escape Game Reservation
Book a tour possibly 24 hours in advance. If there is a bigger group, you can split it up into smaller groups.
Escape games are a lot less fun on PC / mobile than in real life. Trust us, room escape games in Budapest are absolutely challenging and entertaining in the best sense of the word. Plus off the beaten path. One of the hidden gems in Budapest.