Put your team behind bars in Oxford
Jailbreak, a new team building game at Oxford Castle Unlocked, challenges participants to break out of a real prison cell. Participants will be provided with details of a case from 1952 when Oxford’s finest detectives were confounded by the disappearance of prisoner number D42. The group will have just one hour to solve the ingenious puzzles and clues left behind in order to make their escape.
Oxford Castle Unlocked is a 1,000-year-old castle, which was also used as a place of incarceration for over 800 years, until the closure of Her Majesty’s Prison Oxford in 1996. The attraction also offers a 40-minute guided tour with a costumed character from the castle’s history, exploring the Saxon stone-built St. George’s Tower, the atmospheric crypt and the preserved prison wing. Each one hour Jailbreak session costs £54 and is suitable for teams of between three and five people.