These days, it seems that all escape rooms have a website, Facebook page, Twitter profile, Instagram account and a variety of other web presences so it’s unusual to find a venue that has only the briefest of online profiles. Perhaps that’s somewhat in keeping with the games themselves – where the digital world is eschewed for the joys of real life.
EscaFun is based in the small town of Peterhead (population 20,000) which itself is located, more or less, on the most easterly point of mainland Scotland. Head north along the coast from Aberdeen until it starts to bend to the west and that’s where you’ll find this fishing and oil town.
At present they have just a single game, Escape from Grannie’s Living Room, which is £40 for a team of 2-4. That’s all the info the Facebook page provides about the game, but reviews are universally five star and one talks of a new army themed room being planned.
If you’re in the Peterhead area then why not head on over and check it out?