Time Machine, L'Antichambre's temporal escape room

Published by Laurent P. · Published on 10 June 2021 at 09h35
L’Antichambre, one of the leaders in the field of Escape Games in Paris, offers you to travel to the past with Time Machine, a temporal adventure to discover rue Blondel reopening from June 9, 2021.

Remember, L’Antichambre, one of the pioneers of Escape Games in France, opened in December 2017 three new rooms in a new facility on Paris rue Blondel: Galaxie, Shogun and Crypt that we tried. Three rooms to be followed by the opening of a new room: Time Machine, the house's new steampunk-inspired room.

What is this new room about? You will have to leave in the footsteps of professor Laurentius Abe Sterling, a very curious scientist who managed to build a time machine. Yet, because of a “tiny miscalculation”, professor Sterling is stuck inside a crack in space and time. You will have to enter his lab and solve varied enigmas to find his time machine and be given a chance to bring him in our own time and space.

A room inspired by the one existing in Budapest, at Mystique Room, and taking you to a retro-futuristic and Jules-Verne like universe. Speaking of difficulty, it is an expert-level room, a certain experience in terms of escape games is strongly advised if you want to have the chance to make it on time. So, ready to travel through time?

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
Starts 9 June 2021



    10 Rue Blondel
    75003 Paris 3

    Métro ligne 4, 8 et 9 station Strasbourg Saint-Denis (sortie 2)

    Tarif Super Deal: €14 - €22
    Tarif Heures Creuses: €17 - €32
    Tarif Heures Pleines: €22 - €40

    Recommended age
    From 12 years old

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    More informations
    Ouvert tous les jours de 10h à 23h. De 2 à 6 joueurs.

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