Frequently Asked Questions
No due to building and fire safety we provide an emergency escape for each room! So if you feel claustrophobic, or if there’s an emergency, you can get out of the room at any time.
Please arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled game time. There is no need to print your booking when you arrive at Cube Escape Rooms you will be given an orientation on how to use the locks and what to expect through out the escape room game
You don’t have to bring anything with you, just your sense of adventure and you’re thinking power.
You can leave the game at any time to use the bathroom we just can’t stop the clock.
At the top of our webpage there is a big yellow BOOK NOW button. This will direct you to our booking webpage.You can also book on our Face book page
Yes, sometimes young minds find the solution the quickest! Area 25 zoned for destruction is suitable for all players from age 7 and up, provided they are accompanied by a playing Adult. For children’s birthday groups we recommend ages 12 and over. We always on hand to give some hints if need to help you along.Adults also find area 25 and flight 427 challenging so it’s not just for the kids.
We highly recommend that you book all games in advance in order to get the time slot you desire. Walk-ins are welcome but please call before hand to avoid disappointment
Unfortunately our rooms are not wheel chair friendly. We would like to cater to all people though, and would be happy to try and find any compromise that would work for you.
Call us if you have any accessibility questions and we would be happy to discuss the building layout and options to help you have an enjoyable experience.
You can’t take any photos inside the rooms, How there is a photo opportunity after you escape
Yes the room booked for only your group during your game.
We have limited on site parking at the back of the building. Access to our car park is via Gordon Parade. You will have head under the cube apartment building to find out parking. There is also ample on free on street parking.