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The Red Harp Mystery
The Red Harp is a dancing and drinking establishment which has been under the management of an eccentric owner for more than a decade. Last week the owner was found murdered and his three prized Moroccan figurines seemingly stolen. The thieves were nowhere to be found, and everyone who entered The Red Harp afterwards also mysteriously disappeared. It is believed that the only way to unravel the mystery is to find the missing figurines and returning them to their rightful place..
Recommended players 3-7
Game time 70 min
Room 1909 was a Physical Laboratory for Bombs, one day, the professor was kidnapped by his crazy students for experiments exploration. Unfortunately, all of them were killed due to bomb accident. The professor was struggling to escape but he couldn’t with so many puzzles and locks here. Until today, the closed rooms are still full of screaming and supernatural event, could you come out and set the ghost free? Time is limited, be careful with the bomb…
Recommended players 3-7
Game time 70 min
Night at the Gallery
Artist Mr.Q went crazy after the failure of his exhibition in the 1970s, He even vanished from people's eyes, nobody knows where did he go and what did he do. Unfortunately, months later, only his body was found in this closed gallery. But he left numerous clues for people to help his sole out, could you find the way and the real murderer?
Recommended players 2-6
Game time 70 min
Room Escape, or "Real-life Room Escape", are a type of physical adventure game in which people are locked in a room with other participants and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room within a set time limit. Some games include sub-plots. The games are based on "escape the room" video games in which the player is locked inside a room and must explore his or her surroundings in order to escape. Players must be observant and use their critical thinking skills to escape the room. Other inspirations include adventure board games and movies.
Each game integrates local concepts or original themes to settings. For example, some games require you to escape prison cells, space stations or werewolf villages.
Try to escape one of our rooms for a...
- Unique date night
- Great family event
- Fun event with friends
- Happy hour alternative
- Excellent team building experience
- Gender neutral activity
- How many can play at the same time?
Our room recommendations range from 2-6 people but you can be a larger group. If your group is more than 8 people please consider booking two different rooms and splitting the group for a more involved experience.
- Do I have to play with people I don't
No, each room is booked exclusively for your group.
- When should we arrive?
We recommend you arriving at least 15 minutes before your booked time as we will have a short session explaining some ground rules before you start.
- How long is one game?
Each game is designed to take around one hour, and unless you are very quick you will need the time!
- What happens if our time runs out but we
haven't unlocked the door yet?
Dont worry, we will let you out :) If you want to continue and the following hour hasn't been booked by others you may continue and be charged for each commenced 30 minutes.
- Do I have to be able to speak Swedish to
participate in your games?
No. The games are available in both Swedish and English.
- Do I have to be good at math to play?
No not really. Any math related challenges would be designed for basic math skills only.
- Are the games physically demanding?
Mostly no. There are some cases where you have to lift and carry things around (not heavy) and climb small areas or crawl into confined spaces (not everybody have to do it). If you have any concerns please contact us directly and we will work something out!
- Can children play?
Yes! We don't have a set age limit, however children aged 14 and younger are required to have at least one participating adult joining them. Children under the age of 12~ may find the challenges too difficult.
- Is it scary?
No not really. Room 1909 has a 'dark' theme to it that could be scary for younger children, but it's not a horror experience.
- Can I use my phone and take pictures
Sorry, no! We don't allow the use of phones or cameras inside our rooms. The whole concept is based on exploration and surprises, if images of our interior is spread online it may diminish the experience for others.
- What shall I bring with me? What kind of
clothes should I wear?
You don't need to bring anything in particular, just your wits and happy smile! Wear normal clothes, leave the tuxedos and ball dresses at home.
- I'm suffering from claustrophobia, can I
Most of the time you should be fine, there are however some cases that require participants to be confined in small spaces, your teammates could probably do this in your place. If you're still worried or want to have a more detailed description please contact us and we will sort something out!
Our facility is located in Aröds industriområde, just a short distance north of Backaplan. If you visit us by car just follow the map below and signs put up in the area. We offer free parking at the spots marked with Room Escape GBG.
If you travel by public transportation you could get off at Hjalmar Brantingsplatsen and walk for about 15 minutes or switch to bus 52/53 towards Skogaberg/Skogome and get off at Stora Arödsgatan. From Stora Arödsgatan you simply cross the railroad and enter the industrial area, our facility is just a minute away.
For more details please see Västtrafiks website.
Aröds industriväg 40
402 23, Hising Backa
Room Escape GBG