The Escape Hunt Experience
The Escape Hunt Experience Lisbon offers three different themed escape-room experiences. The first focuses on the great Portuguese writer Fernando Passoa; the second imagines the players infiltrating a secret society and having to earn their trust by completing a deadly initiation ceremony; and the third is set during the 1755 Great Lisbon Earthquake and requires players to help ‘save’ citizens. All games take place in rooms designed with incredible attention to detail and are suitable for groups of two to five players.
Things to Know Before You Go
The Escape Hunt Experience is an ideal rainy-day or group activity.
Only the Great Lisbon Earthquake room is wheelchair-accessible.
Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Photography is prohibited.
How to Get There
The escape room is located in downtown Lisbon. The closest metro stations are Rossio (on the Green line), Baixa–Chiado (Green and Blue lines), and Terreiro do Paço (Blue line).
It’s a 5- to 10-minute walk from each of these stations.
When to Get There
The Escape Hunt Experience Lisbon is open every day. Games start midmorning and then on every evenly numbered hour until 8pm, later on Fridays and Saturdays. It is recommended that you arrive 15 minutes before your start time.
If you are traveling in a group of between 10 and 30 people, you can make a special night of it by booking an Escape Dinner. The 3-hour-long experience includes a 1-hour escape game and dinner or lunch in a private room with starters, main dish, dessert, drinks, and coffee. You can extend the experience for an additional cost.
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