There is no parking immediately outside the venue, it is all residents only. If arriving by car, we recommend parking at Churchill Square car park and walking up from there which is only 400 metres.
Is it scary?
No. Some escape room brands do like to use horror themes in their rooms but we don’t. All of our rooms are 100% fright free.
Do I need to be physically fit?
No. There are no elements in our rooms that require any kind of physicality. This is more about brain fitness and dexterity, than physical fitness.
Can we squeeze more people into the room than your max limit?
Sadly the max limit is there for a reason and it would either be unsafe or unfun to put any more people in. If you’re a bigger group you can book multiple rooms and split into teams.
What happens if we don’t complete the game in 60 minutes?
Don’t worry, even if you don’t complete the game in 60 minutes, your host will let you back out of the room.
Can I bring my dog?
Yes dogs are allowed in as long as they’re house trained and well behaved. Our Raver Quest room does have music and flashing lights. Any damage must be paid by the owner.
When are you open?
Every day 9am-10pm
Are you wheelchair accessible?
Sadly not, due to the limitations of the premises our fire exit and toilets are downstairs.
Can I book if I am pregnant?
Yes you can, most of our rooms have a chair of some kind that you can rest on and you can always step outside for a breather if you need to.
What are the age limitations?
Children aged 12 or more are welcome if accompanied by adults over 21. Teenagers aged 14 and over can book in by themselves. There is no upper age limit!
Will we be put in a group with other people?
No, all bookings at Pier Pressure are ‘private’ bookings so it will always just be your team against the clock.
When should we arrive?
Please arrive at the time you’ve booked for, you do not need to arrive 10-15 minutes early for our experiences. If you arrive late we may not be able to give you the full 60 minutes if we have other groups booked after you.
Is it safe for someone with claustrophobia?
Yes, perfectly safe. None of our rooms are actually locked so you are free to step outside the room at any time if you need some air or a change of scenery. You won’t be stuck in any small spaces, none of our rooms are smaller than an average sized bedroom.