NAVIGATE THE MADNESS LEFT BEHIND AT OAKRIDGE LUNATIC ASYLUM
A suspicious fire engulfed the Oakridge Lunatic Asylum. 5 patients under the care of Dr. Rutger were presumed killed, but their bodies were never recovered. Dr. Rutger’s late wife Helen made a death-bed confession – her husband had a special room where he performed his darkest and unspeakable works… Navigate the madness in the remains of the Oakridge Lunatic Asylum and solve the case – if you can.
An escape room is an adventure game in which players are locked in a room and have to use clues and elements found within the room to solve a series of puzzles and escape within a set time limit.
No you are never actually locked the room. The doors that you enter through can never be locked and can be opened by anyone inside the room, allowing you to come out at any stage during the game.
Absolutely! You can have up to 8 people in each game.
You can just book the spot for 2 people. Once you book that time it is all yours and you can bring up to 8 people on the day.
No, you don’t! Everything you need to escape is located inside the room
No! All our bookings are private. So it will only be you and your team escaping.
No, escape rooms are exercises for the mind and not the body.
We recommend ages 10 and up. For kids younger than 14, we require an adult to be in the room.
Bookings are essential. In same cases you might be able to get a last minute booking. Call us on 022 032 8524 to find out.
The Lost Tomb of Monthu and the Caretaker games are wheelchair friendly.
Please arrive about 15 minutes before your booking time
The cost for a physical Escape Room is $44 per adult and $39 per child (13 and under)
Vr Escape Rooms are $49pp
All equipment needed to escape is provided before or during the games.
Children are 13 and under