The Penitentiary Escape Room
The ultimate prison break experience – escape the “Night Stalker’s” cell before it’s too late…
Water White, more commonly known as the “Night Stalker” is one of America’s most infamous serial killers. He was reported dead last year, but there is talk among the other prisoners of mysterious circumstances. An unexplained machine was found in the Night Stalker’s cell, and the prisoner who discovered it is now missing. As you enter the room, you realise you are trapped in Water White’s cell – it’s silent, cold and claustrophobic. Instantly you feel the urge to get out as soon as possible…
Number of players: 4-7
Difficulty rating: 4*
Suitable for: all levels and types of groups
Escape rate: 50-60%
Escape Room Design
This escape game offers the perfect combination of traditional puzzles and immersive technology. The engaging theme is convincing from the beginning as soon as you ‘wake up’ in the Night Stalker’s cell and have no idea how you arrived there.
As a team you’ll have to solve the mystery of what happened to the two prisoners, and find clues to help you escape the odd cell. Production value, impressive laser effects and the fast-moving plot all add to the experience. Your group will need to use logic, interpretive skills and creative thinking the beat the clock and escape the penitentiary in time. If you think you’ll be able to break out, click here to book The Penitentiary escape room.
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A thrilling experience! It's hard to review this place while not spoiling the puzzles, but it was truly a blast. The production value of the two escape rooms I've tried were pretty amazing. It kind of felt like being in a movie!
Awesome rooms. I've done a lot of live escape rooms and the one we did at Omescape London was both challenging and had incredible technology to it.
Would love to do this again! The puzzles were clever and challenging. Clearly they put in a great deal of effort towards designing interesting puzzles. I have no idea how they orchestrated all of it, but it worked great!