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The Robert Boyle Escape Room
Lismore, Co. Waterford
Free car parking
Family friendly
Rainy days
The Robert Boyle Escape Room is a game based in the study of Robert Boyle, the famous chemist who was born at Lismore Castle in 1627. Players have one hour to escape from Boyle’s study and save his precious alchemy box.

Situated in the Lismore Heritage Centre in the heart of Lismore, The Robert Boyle Escape Room is a fun and challenging game for children, teenagers, adults and families. Robert Boyle, the father of modern chemistry and famous in school textbooks for Boyle's Law, was born in Lismore Castle in 1627.

The theme:

Robert Boyle has been busy trying to solve many of the 17th century's most puzzling science questions. Boyle’s nemesis, the fraud, Vincenzo Falcone, believes that Boyle has discovered a mysterious ingredient which can turn base metals into gold and give humans the gift of immortality. Falcone knows that Boyle is away on important business in the city today and Falcone will arrive in 60 minutes to search Boyle’s study for the secret alchemy box. Can you find it before Falcone gets there?

The game encourages players to search the study for hidden clues, work together as a team, find keys and codes, all within 60 minutes.

The escape rooms are suitable for families, work colleagues and friends, can take teams of two to six people and are suitable for all ages.

The Robert Boyle Escape Room is located just 25 minutes from Dungarvan and approximately one hour from Waterford City and Cork City.

Contact details
West St, Lismore, Co. Waterford, Ireland
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