It’s always more excising when they don’t know what is about to happen. We are used to handling bridal showers and putting in some extra effort to give the bride a memorable day. A lot of bridal shower groups choose to blindfold the bride and bring her right into the game without giving any clues as to what is happening beforehand. Suddenly she is standing there with her best friends, a flashlight in her hand and she has to solve all the riddles to get to the diamond before the night guard returns.
Our escape rooms are intense challenges where you really need to work as a team and communicate to solve the riddles and puzzles. At our escape rooms no one will be locked inside a room, both for safety reasons and so that everyone can feel comfortable while playing.
It’s a little more exiting when you don’t know what is coming. We are used to welcomming bridal showers and put in the extra mile to make it memorable. It’s not uncommon that the bride to comes to us blindfolded and enters the game directly - not quite knowing what to expect.
As the blind fold comes of - there she is with her best friends, a torch in her hand about steal the diamond before the guard makes their round.
Our Escape Rooms are intense challanges where cooperation and communication is paramount. We don’t actually look the door to the challenge, this not only for safty but also to make it possible to go to the rest room etc.
Our challenges is about progressing towards the end goal - in a way that is fun, engaging and works for whole group. Including those who are pregnant.
It only makes sense to play a room once, the second time around you already know the secrets of the puzzles. Not so fun. So try to figure out if she already played at The Alley and if so what room.
An Escape Room is at its best with 3 to 5 persons in a team. Many chooses to spilt up into smaller teams instead of cramming together in a single room. Not only does the game get more enjoyable, it’s also easier to make sure poeple doesn’t end up playing a room a second time.