Edward Logan was well known as the owner of The Duke Of Clarence, so much so he was known as “The Duke” himself. After his wife sadly passed away he became a recluse and became a mysterious figure to the town.
But after his death, there was no one to take over for The Duke, you and your friends fancy getting into the business and decide to break in and try to find the deed of the pub to take it for your own!
As soon as you enter, the door slams behind you and locks. You are trapped! It’s up to you to find the deed and how to make it out of this place.
29 October 2021
A fantastic and enjoyable experience!
The game was very well planned and an enjoyable experience for all guests playing.
Once we finished our game our host took the time to chat to us, and share their knowledge on the other games and experiences on site and in other locations.
17 October 2021
Great fun for all the family!
We did the train robbery and thoroughly enjoyed it… who knew we were so competitive! The hosts were fabulous and joined in with our energy and made the experience even more enjoyable. We will definitely be back. Highly recommended!
All our games are bookable online. Quite simple and uncomplicated – unlike some of our puzzles…
Of course you want to be faster and break the record of the game. After all, the record holders are published.
Not only that the puzzles are not easy to solve, they are also not easy to find. Face the challenge!
An escape game is a real-life experience where participants are locked in a room and must use elements of the room, the group’s collective knowledge, and wits to discover clues, solve puzzles, and escape and/or find the missing item within a set amount of time.
You and your team will have one hour to complete the escape room. You’ll also need to arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled start time to check-in and hear how the game is played.
Yes and no! You’ll be taken into the escape room and there will be a door that you will need to unlock in order to complete the experience. There is always another door that you can use at any point to leave the room, so no worries if you’re a bit claustrophobic!
We have multiple games across three locations, Dunstable, Luton, and St Albans. They’re all completely different experiences so you can come and play again and again!
We often get asked… ‘Is there an age limit?’
Whilst we don’t have a specific age limit on our rooms, we do recommend the games to ages 13+ due to the complexity of the experiences. Under 13’s must be accompanied by an adult in the room or waiting on-site with them.
Two of our Dunstable location rooms, The Great Train Robbery, and Strange Things are on the ground floor. They are totally accessible to those with physical disabilities and those in wheelchairs. Our rooms are also deaf-friendly. In our Luton location, currently both of our games The Duke and Prison Panic, are on the ground floor and are disabled friendly. St Albans also has multiple games that are wheelchair friendly. Please ring up if you are needing more info and we will be happy to assist you.
For the Dunstable location, we are located in the Quadrant Shopping Centre. There is a car park to the rear of our building, or it’s also right near a bus stop. NCP parking app download recommended before arrival – the current rate is 0.45p for 1 hour. Rates subject to change. Locked not liable for any parking fines, customers must check signs for current tariffs. Our Luton location, town centre parking where available, or is close to the bus stops.
We welcome all events such as Hen or Stag Dos! Our games are the perfect mixture of adrenaline-inducing fun plus group bonding! It’s in our opinion, a great night out for parties of all shapes and sizes. We currently do not allow open alcohol containers for customers onsite and reserve the right to refuse anyone on the door if they are too intoxicated to play/observe the rules.