Houdini’s Escape Room Experience Nottingham: Escape From R.M.S. Titanic

By | January 25, 2022

by Houdini's Escape Room Experience Nottingham (website)

Clifton Blvd, Redfield Way, Nottingham NG7 2UW


2-8 players

Languages: EN

60 minutes

On April 10th 1912 the largest ship ever build left Southampton on her maiden voyage. She was called the ship of dreams, transporting people to New York in the height of luxury.

​Just 4 days into the journey disaster struck as she collided with an iceberg.

On board, as first class passengers, with the impending doom; what would you do to escape the ill-fated ship?

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Rated between 40 and 50 out of 5

based on ratings from 27 users
combined with 4 pro reviews

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Mrs G rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Team size: 3
beautifulimmersivestory-drivenquite difficult

We really enjoyed the Titanic room. It was immersive and different to anything else we had played with some great features and plenty of puzzles along the way. The set was far bigger than we thought it would be. We became stuck a couple of times but we were helpfully guided back on track by our gamesmaster. 

Jemileh experienced rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Team size: 2 Outcome: Failed 🙁
Anonymous experienced rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Played: 2 May 2022 Team size: 4 Time taken: 45:00 Outcome: Successful escape!
Lawsome Foursome rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Played: 3 Aug 2022 Team size: 4 Time taken: 35:26 Outcome: Successful escape!
immersivestory-drivengreat hosting

We had a fantastic experience in Nottingham.  The story telling was fabulous.  One of best we have played

Billa Babybel rated this:Rated between 25 and 25 out of 5
Played: 14 Aug 2022 Team size: 4 Time taken: 51:25 Outcome: Successful escape!
historicalillogicalbroken tech

Seemed easy for a 90 min room - I expected more. Good mix of puzzle types. Some things seemed to be there as red herrings (either that, or we missed a puzzle but still got out!). A prop was missing and we had to be diverted to another room so it could be added, which felt pretty poor. There were a couple of things which didn't work as they should all the whole room felt quite decrepit and in need of a spruce up. 

Lisa Cregg rated this:Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
Played: 28/10/20 Team size: 4 Time taken: 55minutes Outcome: Successful escape!
Roory experienced rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Played: 19/10/2019 Team size: 4 Outcome: Successful escape!
laceyd87 experienced rated this:Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5
Team size: 5 Outcome: Successful escape!

Great people, love the concept as something different to your conventional escape room. 

Anonymous rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Robin Harris & Michael Bailey experienced rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Played: 20/10/2019 Team size: 4 Time taken: 65 minutes Outcome: Successful escape!
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‘Immersive’ is a worrying term for a game based on the sinking of the Titanic, but fortunately they don’t take things as far as plunging players into the icy waters of the Atlantic. Instead, this game places the players in an upper class berth on the doomed ship, just as it begins to sink.
Houdini Escape excel at providing a good experience before and after the game, starting from the atmospheric lobby and the mini-cinema used for game briefings. I particularly admired the way they use a simple...
A good intro and cool transition into the game. A beautifully themed space, with a sense of exploration across the ship and attention to detail that really helps with immersion. Solid puzzles and good theatre throughout the game. Titanic is probably the most impressive of the games in Southampton and well worth a trip if you're in the area.
We loved the attention to detail in both the game, and the waiting area. The room itself had touches that were historically accurate, and the reception had a poster of the Titanic that was signed by the youngest survivor of the disaster.

As it turns out, the room has a lot going for it. It sprawls over several rooms (well, "cabins"), it looks fairly realistic (except for lack of motion, I guess) and proposes a few tasks I had never performed before (something I always appreciate after playing so many rooms). There are many references to real-life details in the puzzles, to the point where Titanic experts would probably be able to circumvent a puzzle or two. Yet, having said all that...

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