5 Aug - 14 Aug 2022
(except Tuesday 9 August)
See below for start times and pricing
Advance booking required
Can you save North Berwick in East Lothian’s only escape room experience?
The year is 1942 and you are stationed at the RAF base at East Fortune. There has been an act of sabotage and one of the aircraft is unknowingly carrying live ordnance with instructions to bomb the town. Solve a series of fiendish puzzles to call off the flight and save North Berwick!
Operation Sabotage is an escape room experience for 4-8 people that lasts up to an hour. Working together as a team, you must race against the clock in two Second World War-themed rooms to decipher the identity of the saboteur before it’s too late.
The experience contains some loud sound effects and periods of low light levels. The space is wheelchair accessible.
Dates and times
Friday 5 – Monday 8 August, then Wednesday 10 – Sunday 14 August 2022.
Start times: 10:30, 12:00, 14:00, 15:30 (lasts up to 60 mins)
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*Tickets include general admission to the National Museum of Flight on the day.
Make the most of your day
Why not warm up your teamworking skills with a visit to our interactive gallery, Fantastic Flight, or find out more about the fascinating history of the site once you’ve completed the challenge?
Don’t forget to visit Concorde and see a Red Arrow Hawk up close! There’s so much to experience, all covered by your escape room ticket.
Tickets are valid for general museum admission between 10:00–17:00 as well as your Operation Sabotage experience.
Recommended age 14+ (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult).
Please ensure your whole group is ready at the museum shop 15 minutes before your booked slot, to give you time to reach the escape room location and receive your briefing before the clock starts ticking...
The experience contains some loud sound effects and periods of low light levels. The space is wheelchair accessible, but takes place in a historic building on site not usually open to the public.
Please let us know in advance about any specific access needs, so that we can help plan your visit. Email email@example.com or phone 0300 123 6789.
The site is wheelchair accessible and wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge.
The hangars have ramped access, however, due to the historic nature of our collection, Concorde is not accessible to everyone.
Adapted toilets are available.
Guide dogs, hearing dogs and other recognised assistance dogs are admitted.
Find out more information here.