Welcome to The Brick Zone – the worlds first Lego themed challenge room. Join commander Brooke Brick aboard his ship The CJD, on his mission to restore imagination to his home planet.
Treat your family and friends to an unmissable Journey through space as you work together to solve, find and build as many riddles and answers as you can. With over 100 riddles to solve you’ll find new riddles every time you visit! You’ll be competing against teams that have played before to beat their high score over two levels of difficulty, “Family Builders” or “Master Builders”and time (30 minutes or 1 hour) Teams can be between 2 and 6 people. So whether you’re wanting to impress your friends or have a good laugh with the relatives it’s fun for all! Got a night free from the children or just looking for something different to do? Take on our Master Builder riddles suitable for adults and over 16s! Sessions must be pre-booked at least 24 hours in advance, however if you’re wanting to come on the day let us know as we may have availability. Suitable for families and adult groups. HALF TERM OFFER: BOOK A 30 MINUTE GAME FOR 4 PEOPLE AND GET 2 ADDITIONAL PLAYERS FOR FREE! MAKING IT JUST £4.20 EACH FOR A GROUP OF 6!
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Frequency Asked Questions
What is a Challenge Room?
It’s a bit like an escape room but you don’t have to escape. Instead the goal is to answer as many riddles as you can.
How old do I have to be?
Ever child is different. We recommend 7+ but in a family group children as young as 5 have had an amazing time! You know you’re own children better than we do:)
Do I have to be accompanied by an adult?
All children under 16 must be accompanied at all times by an adult. This includes inside the experience.
Will I be locked in the room?
No, it’s a challenge room not an escape room – although we do suggest staying in the room once the experience begins as it can’t be restarted.
Are there special effects or darkness?
Yes, our new experience has a little bit of magic sprinkled in and is lit to feel atmospheric, however the experience is not designed to be scary or frightening.
Do I need to be experienced in Lego building?
No, although a basic understanding of Lego is useful. We’ve provided everything even the most inexperienced builder will need.
Will my child with learning difficulties be okay inside?
We do our very best to cater for everyone that walks through the door, so it’s hard to answer that question, you know your own child and what they enjoy. However we’d be absolutely happy to discuss in a little more detail what takes place inside so you can make the decision.