Andover’s escape room will be closing at the end of April as they hunt for new and hopefully larger premises.
KLB Escape Room opened in November 2016 and has had over 120 teams through its doors including players that competed in the UK National team in Budapest last year.
KLB owner Katie Brooks said “It’s been an amazing 16 months so far. We’ve had people come to Andover to play from all over the UK and met lots of great people of all ages.
“I’d like to say thank you to everyone that’s helped us through the first stage and to all the people and teams that have played Aunt Alma’s Inheritance. We are looking to expand and change the theme so keep your eyes open for details when we do.”
Escape rooms have now opened in most UK towns now with over 800 throughout the UK. At KLB Escape Room, teams of up to 8 players enter the room and have to solve various puzzles to find the inheritance and get out all in 60 minutes.
KLB Escape Room is open at the current venue in Church Close until the end of April so if you want to find Aunt Alma’s Inheritance, go to the website at www.klbescaperoom.co.uk and book online.