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New escape room opens in Cheltenham

Escape Hunt UK is opening its new escape room in Cheltenham today (4th December).

Bookings for the venue at The Brewery Quarter are now open.

The venue includes four of Escape Hunt's most popular escape rooms - Alice in Puzzleland, Aladdin, Our Finest Hour and A Dalek Awakens. There is also a virtual reality room, including A Christmas Story adventure, and an outdoor experience allowing players to explore the town.

Richard Harpham, Escape Hunt CEO, said: "We're thrilled to be opening our newest UK venue and bringing the magic of our games to the people of Cheltenham. Some of our most popular escape rooms will be opening at The Brewery Quarter, and we're sure you're going to love them."

With teams of between two and six players, Escape Hunt Cheltenham is a race against the clock for your social bubble. Safety of both staff and guests is Escape Hunt's top priority. All adventures will closely follow government guidance on Covid-19.

Escape Hunt is suitable for players aged 8 and over.

For more information and to book, visit https://escapehunt.com/uk/cheltenham/ 

Safety of both staff and guests is Escape Hunt's top priority. For more information on how they'll be making it safe to enjoy their 5* adventures whilst closely following government guidance on COVID-19 please visit: https://escapehunt.com/uk/play-safe/ 

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