|16th Oct 2020 to 31st Oct 2020|
|Various times - see event website for details|
Escape The Past
Basement 1 25 Nicolson Square, Edinburgh South EH8 9BX
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Wondering how to celebrate Halloween this year with the latest restrictions? Get your costume ready and head to ‘The Anatomist’ - a brand new immersive escape room by Escape The Past.
Located in Nicolson Square on the edge of Edinburgh’s old surgical district, ‘The Anatomist’ invites you to descend into the study of a 19th century surgeon. Discover a world of grave-robbery and medical malpractice, with one hour to solve a series of challenging puzzles as a thrilling mystery unfolds.
The team at Escape The Past have ensured they are Covid-secure and ‘Good to Go’ certified, with the use of mandatory face masks, hand sanitiser, limiting the number of customers each day and implementing rigorous cleaning measures. As a visitor attraction with private ticketing they are exempt from the current hospitality closures.
The escape room is the perfect way to celebrate Halloween in Edinburgh and suitable for families with children over 12 years.
For more information and to book, visit: www.escapethepast.co.uk
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