SALISBURY Escape Rooms will be reopening to the public from next month.

Following the latest lockdown easing, owners Gordon Howsego, Pete Waugh and Matthew Johnson have decided to reopen the venue on Fisherton Street from August 1.

The following rules will be in place to ensure the place is Covid secure:

  • One team at our premises at a time with one hour gap between each team.
  • Teams can only include up to six people from one or two households and none should have any Covid-19 symptoms. The person booking will need to sign an undertaking to this effect.
  • All attendees must wear a face covering. If you do not supply your own, one will be provided for a £1 donation to a local charity.
  • All attendees must wash/sanitise their hands on arrival (facilities will be provided). Gloves are provided.
  • There is one toilet that will be cleaned between groups, but to minimise any risk, please try to go before attending.
  • Please turn up on time. You will be limited to one hour for the game.
  • Only prior online bookings and payment are accepted with a guarantee that should your visit be cancelled due to Covid-19 related issues, you will get a full refund.

Salisbury Escape Rooms says the premises will be deep cleaned daily and that rooms will be fully ventilated between teams.

Between each team session all touch points will be cleaned and all removable items such as locks and props have been duplicated and will be newly sanitised for every team.

Staff will wear PPE and will remain at a social distance. All waste masks, gloves, towels will be disposed of safely.

Bookings can now be made at