Below is a list of our most Frequently Asked Questions. We hope you find them helpful. If you need further information please contact us.
It is now mandatory to wear a mask when you visit our escape rooms, this is the government guidelines to keep you and our team safe.
Hatton Escape is a live escape room gaming experience located in Warwickshire. You enter a game scenario with friends, family or work colleagues for an hour and solve a series of puzzles and mysteries. You will need to search high and low for clues and work together if you want to escape.ming experience located in Warwickshire. You enter a game scenario with friends, family or work colleagues for an hour and solve a series of puzzles and mysteries. You will need to search high and low for clues and work together if you want to escape.
A staff member will monitor your progress on CCTV, and will be ready to provide you with clues when needed, so you can move forwards through the game.
NO, you will NOT be locked in.
Visitors are at no point locked in our Escape Room experiences and they are observed at all times.
Yes, you can, but you may already know the solutions to some of the puzzles. Usually if you fail to escape within the allocated 60 minutes but you are very close to the end, we will let you continue to finish the game.
We are able to cater for persons with disabilities, depending on the nature of the disability. Please get in touch with us directly if you require any information regarding specific access needs or requirements, or need any advice on planning your visit.
Due to uneven floor levels and the activities involved we advise against pregnant persons from entering the rooms. However if you do decide to book we would advise booking The Outfitters.
YES. When you book a room with us, only your group will be entering the experience during your chosen time slot.
Reservations can only be made online through our website.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your booked session for your briefing and introduction.
The experience will last up to 90 minutes; this consists of 60 minutes of being in the room plus briefing and debriefing.