A new escape room experience is coming to Cheltenham

Race against the clock at The Brewery Quarter, with Cheltenham’s new escape room opening there this December 2020.

New live escape room experience, Escape Hunt, is opening on Friday 4 December 2020 at The Brewery Quarter in Cheltenham.

With escape rooms around the world, the new Cheltenham attraction will be Escape Hunt’s twelfth venture in the UK – and its first in Gloucestershire.

Team up with friends and get hunting for clues, solving puzzles and completing challenges before the time runs out, with five unique escape rooms to choose from – and plans for outdoor experiences and mystery hunts across Cheltenham town centre too.

Escape Hunt arrives at The Brewery Quarter after the successful launch of The Alchemist in August 2020 – with boutique fitness studio, F45, also coming to the popular leisure destination in late 2020.


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Friday 04 December 2020

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