Can You Escape is a live room escape game for 2-16 people in Edinburgh.
You and your team will be locked in a room and the countdown will begin.
Can you beat the clock?
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Can You Escape? Edinburgh opened in November 2014 with it's first mission; Operation Bald Eagle and since then has won Scotland's best family day out award, recieved a Trip Advisor certificate of excellence and been named the best performing small business by the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce.
We like to make our rooms challenging but fun so that those who escape know they've peformed like top class agents or cadets. Our completion rate is around 45% so success is by no way guaranteed. Choose carefully when gathering your team and we hope to see you soon to find out if you have what it takes to beat the clock.
Looking for something different that's challenging and exciting? Can You Escape is just the ticket! And as winners of Scotland's Best Family Day Out 2015, you couldn't ask for a better activity! Can you beat the clock and escape the room?
Room escape games are all about team work & we think students are great at it! If you want to test your brains in one of our interactive missions, then our escape room is just for you! Book a slot on Monday to Thursday using CYEstudent (case sensitive) & receive 20% off - just make sure your team brings their student cards.
Fan of escape games and solving riddles? Then make sure you try out our real-life scenarios, which will see you and your team of agents try to escape within an hour. Will you be as good offline as you are online? See if you can claim a spot on our leader board!
There is limited on street parking near the venue (pay by the hour). However, there is an NCP car park on St Johns Hill just around the corner, but bare in mind that this is quite pricey.
You can catch the number 6 or 60 bus from Princes Street which will drop you right outside Can You Escape HQ's door. You can also get the 35 to the Royal Mile and walk down to us along St Mary’s Street.
Hop off the tram at St Andrew’s Square then walk back towards Princes Street and along Waverley Bridge. Turn left onto Market Street and follow this around onto St. Mary’s Street until you reach the crossroads with Holyrood Road - we’re on the left.
Waverley train station connects Edinburgh with most major UK cities. If you leave the station via the Market Street exit, you can follow this street around to St. Mary’s Street until you reach the crossroads with Holyrood Road - we’re on the left.