5 Best Escape Rooms in Berlin

5 Best Escape Rooms in Berlin


Like most major cities in Europe, Berlin is not outdone when it comes to Escape Rooms. For those of you who haven't yet surfed the wave, the principle of the escape game is quite simple. You are locked in a room filled with objects, paintings and locks, among other things. The goal is to rummage around, find clues and solve puzzles to get out of the room before time runs out. The duration of the game, the number of participants (in teams or not) as well as the background changes according to the escape rooms.

Here is a list of the best escape rooms in Berlin and my personal recommendations.

1. THE ROOM - Immersive Adventures

The Room has won numerous awards over the past three years. It offers 4 rooms with different looks and plunges us into four diametrically opposed universes.

From 2 to 6 players, for immersions of 60 to 75 minutes and from 27 Euro per person.
Possibility to play in English and German.

Adress: Ruschestr. 64-66, 10365 Berlin-Lichtenberg
Website: https://the-room-berlin.com


Final Escape offers 6 rooms, each with its own unique and exciting story. The little extra is the level of difficulty of the rooms well indicated on their website, which is ideal to choose the room according to your level in Escape Game.

From 2 to 6 players, for 60 minutes sessions and from 25 € per person.
Possibility to play in English and German.

Adress: Prenzlauer Allee 23, 10405 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg
Website: https://final-escape.com/berlin


Well hidden on the 5th floor of an ordinary building, Escape Berlin will amaze young and old alike. With its 5 rooms of different levels, this escape room can accommodate children from 8 years old, but always with the participation of an adult.

From 2 to 12 players, for games of about 60 minutes and from 19 € per person.
Possibility to play in English and German.

Adress: Landsberger Allee 117a, 10407 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg
Website: https://www.escape-berlin.de

4. EXIT - Live Escape Game

I have tested two Exit rooms, Secret Prison and Biggs the Legacy, and can only recommend them. The stories are well crafted, the clues make sense and the sets are simply fantastic. In our group of friends, some of us had never played escape games before and yet, with a little elbow grease and a good dose of communication, we came out of there victorious with a big smile on our faces.

From 2 to 16 players, for games of 66 minutes and from 18 € per person.
Possibility to play in English and German.

Adress: Klosterstraße 62, 10179 Berlin-Mitte
Website: https://exit-game.de/berlin/


I tested the Tear Down This Wall room at Make a Break. The decor is a bit disappointing and the level of difficulty is not high enough. However, the story and the purpose of the mission save the experience. This establishment offers 2 other rooms with different universes and it would be a pity not to try them.

From 2 to 6 players, 60 minutes and from 19 € per person.
Possibility to play in English and German.

Adress: Müggelstraße 8, 10247 Berlin-Friedrichshain
Website: https://www.make-a-break.de/

Bonus Lockdown: Online Escape Games

Of course, in this time of pandemic, the Escape Rooms remain closed. However, it is possible to purchase vouchers valid in the future to support them. Some establishments offer online games of their escape rooms!

There are also board game versions, such as Unlock!, Exit or the official La Casa De Papel Escape Game. These are great alternatives to keep having fun with family and friends.


Lysiane B.

Lysiane B.


For the past four years, I have been roaming the streets of Berlin in search of discoveries, novelties and surprises, with sports, music and entertainment of all kinds as my favorite activities.