Mystery Room is a concept inspired by Japanese video games called ’escape games’. In the live version you play together as a group and are locked inside a mysterious room. Here you will need to work together to find clues and solve the challenging puzzles that stand between you and your freedom. The game itself takes 60 minutes, but expect the whole experience to take approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Mystery Room games are unique experiences that are very well suited for teambuilding, bachelor/bachelorette parties, club trips – or if you just need a great experience with family or friends.
We have room for between 4 and 69 people simultaneously. Depending on the amount of players, you will be placed in one room or split up in more rooms. We have the following games:
The Lab (4-36 people)
The Killing Room (6-15 people)
The Ritual (4-18 people)
Our Mystery Room games are language neutral – before the game, you will receive a short introduction by your Game Master in Danish or English.
Our Mystery Quiz lets you compete against each other. We have quizzes for most of our activities – it is a great way to prolong the Mystery Room experience. You can bring the quiz with you and run it in a nearby bar or restaurant.
Mystery Room games offer perfect teambuilding opportunities, as we have designed additional sessions specific to each room where your experience will be analysed while we show you video footage from the game. You will get the chance to reflect on your teamwork and your team’s qualifications. Laugh together, relive your successes and learn from your mistakes.
No, Mystery Room is for everyone who wants an exciting challenge. The ideas and solutions that are presented when you need to work together and think creatively under time pressure will surprise you.
In Mystery Room, you need mental and not muscular power to succeed – you will need to think outside the box!
No, Mystery Room games are not scary, and we don’t have any shock effects. It is important to us to provide you with an experience that doesn’t scare you.
If you have concerns about spending time in a closed room, you are most welcome to contact us beforehand so we can go through the experience with you. We have cameras in the room, and you can be let out immediately if the need arises.
Children and young people are good puzzle-solvers, and they love our Mystery Room games.
The Lab: We recommend that children between 7 and 12 years of age are accompanied by adults.
The Ritual and The Killing Room: We recommend that children aged 12 to 15 are accompanied by adults.
The price for Mystery Room is 250DKK per person.
Price per person incl. VAT.
Please note that Mystery Room is a live event and that bookings are binding.
Send an email to email@example.com – then we will help you find a solution.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org – in most cases, adjusting the amount of people up or down is not a problem. But it depends on the room’s capacity so we will be happy to hear from you.
Please note, that if fewer people will participate, we need to know no less than 3 weeks from the event in order to refund their payment.
Our Mystery Room The Lab is accessible to wheelchair users. Wheelchair users should be accompanied by non-wheelchair users, however.
We have no private parking spaces so we can’t guarantee you a parking spot. However public parking is available in the area around Grønningen where all of our Mystery Room games are located.
You will need to arrive at the exact time of your booking. It is important that you are not late.
Our Mystery Room games have different difficulty levels. We recommend The Lab if you have never tried an escape room before.
The escape rate for The Lab is 70%.
The escape rate for The Ritual is 60%.
The escape rate for The Killing Room is 50%.
Mystery Hunt games are intelligent and challenging treasure hunts at unique historical locations. The treasure hunts are packed in beautiful old envelopes containing clues that will guide you through the mystery. The only thing you need to do is to open your eyes and let signs and symbols transform your normal day into a mystery. The game runs itself and begins with a short introduction when you open your Mystery Box.
No, Mystery Hunt is for everyone who wants an exciting challenge. The ideas and solutions that are presented when you need to work together and think creatively will surprise you.
Mystery Hunt is not a competition. You will need to pay attention to detail and take your time to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
In Mystery Hunt – The King’s Garden and – The Citadel, you will walk approx. 2 kilometers.
Mystery Hunt games are unique experiences that are very well suited for teambuilding, bachelor/bachelorette parties (Mystery Hunt Christiansborg Palace is not open to bachelor/bachelorette parties, however), club trips – or if you just need a great experience with family or friends.
We recommend that children are at least 12 years old and accompanied by adults if they participate in our Mystery Hunt games. On Kronborg groups without adults have to be at least 15 years old, in order to walk around alone.
Our Mystery Hunt games can be played in Danish or English. You will choose your language when booking your time slot. Mystery Hunt Kronborg Castle can also be played in Swedish. Mystery Hunt at Christiansborg Palace can also be played in French.
Mystery Hunt is 200DKK per person incl. VAT.
Please note that Mystery Hunt is a live event and that bookings are binding.
A group can consist of 4 to 8 people. If you are more than 8 people, you will be split up into more groups. There is no limit on the amount of groups, as they will start with 10 minutes’ interval.
Send us an email to email@example.com – then we will help you find a solution.
Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org – in most cases, adjusting the amount of people up or down is not a problem.
Please note, that if fewer people will participate, we need to know no less than 2 weeks from the event in order to refund their payment.
Our Mystery Hunt games – The King’s Garden and – Christiansborg Palace are accessible to wheelchair users. Wheelchair users should be accompanied by non-wheelchair users, however.