Barcelona’s latest escape room is a real crowd-pleaser. Three different rooms require ‘captives’ to use logic to solve a series of clues in order to unlock the door in time. Lock-Clock highlights local culture in the form of a Gaudí-themed adventure, and pirates in the swashbuckling Aztec Treasure room. The third creation, due to be completed some time in December, plays on excitement of a different kind: it’s the morning after a wild night and participants must fight their way through a hangover and hazy memory to flee before the cops come knocking. Visitors are invited to have a drink in the open-plan reception area before or after their quest, and Lock-Clock regularly holds events such as beer tastings and cinema nights for evenings when you’re feeling a little less adventurous.
Lock-Clock. Passatge del Patriarca.