The Escape Network: The Park Keeper’s Child

By | March 20, 2019

by The Escape Network (website)

The Museum in the Park


3-6 players

60 minutes

selected dates only
For nearly 100 years a Park Keeper lived at 47 Mill Road and looked after the Promenade Park, day and night. In 1996 the Park Keeper lodge became vacant, the Park Keeper and his son had diapered without a trace.
Now filled with interesting curios and whatchamajigs, the building houses many secrets, but is the most interesting story yet to be discovered.
Your investigating team have been called to the Museum to investigate some newly found files.
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The Escape Network is not a typical escape room: they operate occasional pop-up games in real-world venues, with perhaps a couple of game slots available per week. They've created two games so far, with The Park Keeper's Child being the second; while the game appeared to be very portable, there was a clear thematic connection to the venue that makes it hard to imagine it being run elsewhere.
In this case the venue was Maldon Museum, a delightful small museum housing an extremely eclectic array ...

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