You can buy a gift card for the Kvarken’s Sea Monster Escape Game from our customer service. Contact our customer service by phone +358 50 3466 200 or by email email@example.com.
Our escape game can be played by both adults and children from age 7 upwards. School-aged children are recommended to play with an adult. The exhibition room is accessible, so the game is also suitable for people with reduced mobility with an assistant. The game can be played in English, Finnish, or Swedish.
Amount of players: 2-6 players
Pricing for adult groups
- 2 players = a total of 30 € (15 € per player)
- 3 players = a total of 40 € (13,30 € per player)
- 4 players= a total of 50 € (12,50 € per player)
- 5 players = a total of 60 € (12 € per player)
- 6 player = a total 70 € (11,60 € per player)
- Book your game here.
Pricing for family deal
- Family package including 1-2 adults and 1-3 children under 17 years = a total of 35 €
Additional children under 17 years = 5 € per child
- Book your family deal here.
The price includes the game as well as the right to view the exhibition Weichsel after the game. With larger groups such as workgroups and school groups, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The escape game is played at the visitor centre World Heritage Gateway by the Replot bridge, in the exhibition room Weichsel. The players are not locked into the exhibition room. The game leader will be present in the room throughout the game.
Phone: +358 50 3466 200
One of the players should have QR code reader on their smart phone. The game leader will assist if needed. Otherwise, everything you need can be found in the exhibition room. You do not need previous experience with escape games.
No, the tasks will be accomplished by logical and creative thinking as well as cooperation with your teammates.
If you get hungry, you can dine or have a coffee at Restaurant Berny’s, which is located in the same building. You can find Berny’s website here. The World Heritage Gateway has an open gallery, Arte Mare, with changing exhibitions by local artists. You can also take a walk on the Finland’s longest bridge to admire the scenery.