Escapade Cobh is great fun and an ideal indoor activity for families, groups of friends or work colleagues.
You can book online upto 4 hours before each available time slot eg. the 2 pm slot closes for online booking at 10am.
However we can sometimes accommodate bookings at shorter notice (subject to availability). To enquire please call Rachael on 087 6790897.
One last case before his retirement brings Sherlock Holmes to Queenstown in the autumn of 1915. Prompted by Rev. Lawrence Flanagan, Sherlock comes in search of a signed and witnessed codicil to the last will and testament of Sir Hugh Lane, who died aboard the RMS Lusitania a few months before. Unknown to many, he had an office in the Cunard Office buildings and here he may have kept documents relating to his valuable art collection.
Sherlock and his team will need to follow the clues and discover the document that will change history and determine a valuable art collection will be permanently exhibited.
Spike Island, in the middle of Cork Harbour has been an island prison for centuries but in the 1990’s it was used as a correctional facility for young offenders.
(Please note that the Escapade Cobh Prison Cell is located in the Cunard Centre in Cobh).
You and your cell mates are imprisoned for stealing cars and racing them through the streets of your home towns.
By solving clues and breaking codes you can escape from a five year sentence!! Are you up for the challenge and will you escape from prison life?
This is no ordinary bank job. You are a team of professional bank robbers that have been contracted to break into the Cobh Trustee Savings Bank and transfer €1 Billion into an offshore account. Your client has made some arrangements to allow you to successfully enter the bank premises in the early hours of the morning.
An accomplice employee of the bank will have left clues for you to decode and instructions to follow to allow you to access an account and transfer the money to an offshore bank account.
The vault, safes, Teller’s counter and furniture associated with the bank that until recently occupied this building make for a fully immersive experience.