House of Frankenstein: New ‘insane’ tourist attraction opens in Bath next month


A new ‘crazy’ tourist attraction will open in Bath next month and is sure to be a hit with the whole family.

The creators of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein House built a spooky attic escape room that brings the novel to life.

Since it opened on July 19, the terrifying Gay Street home has attracted unsuspecting visitors, or should we say victims?

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From September 1, you can explore Victor Frankenstein’s lair – an attic “dotted with insane equations, strange artifacts, and various body parts.

Time is running out with just an hour for you to unravel the mysteries of an unbalanced mind and, more critically, your path to freedom.

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The Lair is a perfect puzzle game for groups or families with older children. Tickets go on sale today (Friday August 27) and you can find the prices here.

He needs a minimum of three participants in each group to complete his vile experiments, but can take up to six.

As an introductory offer to celebrate its launch, Escape Room tickets include free entry to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein House.

It’s the city’s best-kept secret that Shelley’s literary masterpiece took shape here in June 1816.

Now, 205 years later, the Maison will pay homage to his vision – greeting fans with dismembered limbs, terrifying science experiments, and an 8-foot animatronic monster.

Four floors of artifacts, interactive rooms, and “matching body parts” await those brave enough to venture inside.

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