Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein unlocks new escape room

By Nick Batten on 7 September, 2021

New Bath visitor attraction Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein, which opened on 19th July this year to commemorate the life of the author Mary Shelley and her iconic creation, has now launched a new Escape Room experience.

Visitors will enter Victor Frankenstein’s creepy attic quarters – strewn with equations, strange artefacts and miscellaneous body parts. Close to unlocking the mysteries of life, Victor requires just a few key components to fulfil his maniacal quest. Having coerced you into his lair with promises of “riches beyond your wildest dreams,” it’s actually your vital organs he’s after!

The clock is ticking with just one hour for you to unlock the mysteries of an unhinged mind and, more critically, your way out to freedom…

The Escape Room is a multiple puzzle-based experience suitable for groups and families with older children. Capacity is a minimum of three and a maximum of six people.

Tickets from £30 for a standard adult ticket, £25 child ticket.

As an introductory offer to celebrate its launch, Escape Room tickets will include free entry to Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein throughout September.

Chris Harris, Co-Founder of Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein, said, “We wanted to create a unique experience that reflects the atmosphere of Mary Shelley’s House of Frankenstein so expect a dark, disorientating environment with ominous sounds and special effects along with a series of mind-bending challenges.”

Simply click on the button below to secure entry:

houseoffrankenstein.com/tickets