All great time travelling facilities need an even better team behind them to help run and maintain the time warps. Get to know the wonderful human beings you may encounter on your TimeTrap trip…
INVENTOR OF TIME TRAVEL
Favourite time period – Between 1981 and 2001
Top Tip – Don’t take any photographs in the past. It could destroy the universe as we know it. A tip top team photo will be taken at the end of your mission.
ALL ROUND GOOD BOI
Favourite time period – The Downfall of Ancient Egypt
Top Tip – Taking frequent power naps can actually lead to positive end results in the long term when travelling back in time.
Favourite time period – Late Victorian
Top Tip – Throw yourself into it and become immersed in the experience. It’s not everyday that you get to travel back in time – enjoy it!
Favourite time period – The 1940’s
Top Tip – Get to know your time travel engineer for the most enjoyable experience.
Favourite time period – 25/03/1576 – The day the first theatre opened.
Top Tip – If you’re splitting up and get stuck, ask your teammates for help. Fresh eyes and a different way of thinking might help you find the answer.
Favourite time period – The Future! Who knows what wonders it holds?
Top Tip – If you’re having trouble with a puzzle, take a step back and challenge your preconceptions; you may be focussing on the wrong thing entirely!
Favourite time period – The American Revolution
Top Tip – Don’t be afraid of sounding silly – you might be right! Even if you do end up being wrong, that’s one less possible solution to a puzzle.
Favourite time period – 1800’s – It had the best gothic horror stories
Top Tip – Don’t overthink things: escape rooms are designed to test your brain, but sometimes the most obvious solution is the one you need.
Favourite time period – 1970s Broadway
Top Tip – Read everything you find, out loud, all the way through, twice, and make sure everybody is listening.
Favourite time period – The late 60’s, man.
Top Tip – If a padlock has 4 digits, then it has 10,000 possible combinations…Much quicker to solve it than to guess it.
Favourite time period – The time of King Arthur
Top Tip – Just go for it and make sure to look everywhere!
Favourite time period – Roaring 1920s America
Top Tip – Don’t focus on how much time you have left. You might start stressing and make mistakes, so just keep calm and carry on!
Favourite time period – Early Civilisation, Egyptian Society
Top Tip – Make sure that you listen to everybody in your group. The quietest person is often the most observant!