We set another record!! This room seemed tailor-made to our brains that day. I don’t know what it was…maybe it was the pint of Guinness we consumed directly before arriving. It was just one of those rooms and one of those days. We sped through the room, getting out in time to see a smiling employee tell us that we had the new record. See below for the full review.
It’s so nice to be in a city where wandering around will allow you to happen upon an escape room. This is how we found Dublin Escape. We stopped in and were happy to find that a room was free at the time. Thus began our escape from Espionage. This room really spoke to our way of thinking, and we got out very quickly with no hints. It was one of those times, I can only say, we were just “ON.” See below for the full review.
Quarantine Hospital Room was not only the third room we tried with Great Escape Rooms in Galway, it also got us a free T-shirt!! After Prison Break and The Auld Shebeen, we had to complete all 3 for the T-shirt offer. This room had a couple of tough puzzles, and some very interesting props. Although there were a couple of red herrings, we were not overly distracted and managed to escape in time with a couple of hints. See below for the full review.
The Auld Shebeen, a “traditional Irish pub,” was our second escape room with Great Escape Rooms in Galway, after Prison Break. This room is very heavy on searching and light on puzzles. The decorations and set were pretty cool. It felt like you were in a pub after hours. Unfortunately, there was no booze around. If you like scavenger rooms, you’ll probably like this one. See below for the full review.
After completing Asylroom, we continued our promenade around Galway and stumbled across another escape room. Great Escape Rooms had Prison Break available, so we gave it a shot. Some interesting puzzles and we had enough fun that we came back the next day to try their remaining rooms. There were a couple of problems with the room that I think could be fixed to make it better. See below for the full review.
Walking around Galway, we stumbled across Asylroom and walked in to see if they could accommodate us. They could, and we tried to escape from Sherlocked. The experience was fun, although there were a couple of problems. If you’re in Galway and are looking for an escape room, check out Asylroom. See below for the full review.