Chesterfield Escape Rooms: First look inside the town's indoor code-breaking attraction

Get the first look of what Chesterfield’s new challenging Escape Rooms have to offer, as the indoor attraction opened up officially last week in line with lockdown easing.

Wednesday, 26th May 2021, 9:38 am
Chesterfield Escape Rooms opened for the first time on May 17 in line with the single biggest easing of Covid-19 restrictions.

The entertainment venue on Soresby Street celebrated their official opening on Monday, May 17 as the Prime Minister gave the green light for people to dine and socialise inside, while theatres, game halls, cinemas and museums could also welcome in visitors.

Chesterfield mayor Glenys Falconer cut the business’ ceremonial ribbon and played the escape room’s ‘Rob The Bank’ game during her visit.

The indoor attraction has a number of code-cracking puzzles that visitors can try to figure out and ‘escape’ before their allotted time runs out.

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Visitors are welcomed by a 'let the games begin' sign on arrival as they embark on their code-breaking mission.

Take a look at what games Chesterfield Escape Rooms has to offer below.

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Owner Nick Hogan now employs 15 members of staff at the indoor attraction.
The escape room game venue was 'months in the making' according to Nick, who said the aim of opening the attraction was to put 'a smile back on the face of Chesterfield'.
Groups get the chance to successfully 'rob the bank' without detection as part of this new escape room game.
Visitors have to work together as a team to try and solve the puzzle and 'escape' the room in the allotted time.
There's a room for everyone - feline friends will find themselves at home trying to crack the code in the 'crazy cat lady' room.
Gamers have to solve a series of clues in order to solve the individual room's puzzles, before they can move on.
Business owner Nick demonstrates what happens to attendees who fail to crack the code, as he stands behind bars.
The governor room is another of the puzzles visitors can choose to try their hand at, if they dare.