Body In A Suitcase (Includes House Entry)

Body In A Suitcase (Includes House Entry)

Mary Shelley's House of Frankenstein

Available to 1 December 2024
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Book tickets to one of the most unique experiences in Bath City Centre!

You've just step foot into Mary Shelley's House of Frankenstein in Bath, and everything is exactly how you expected. It's eerie, it's dark, it's dank... and what on earth is in the suitcase over there?

The House of Frankenstein is filled with fun activities to do in Bath!

You've explored the museum and had a great day learning about everything Frankenstein! You're just about to grab your bag and head out to tell your friends about your great day out in Bath, when all of a sudden, you spot a suitcase out of the corner of your eye. 

Upon closer inspection as you edge nearer, you notice the stains on the seams of the suitcase...

Your gut is telling you it's body parts - but you also want your gut to stay exactly where it is!

Beat the clock and reign Victor-ious over this petrifying puzzle!

The clock is ticking, and you have 45 minutes. Start asking yourself 'Who is this?' and 'Why are they there?'

Best hurry, you could be next!

Book tickets now for an unmissable escape room event in the heart of Bath Spa City Centre!

Use code DAYSOUT to save 5% on tickets!

Please note: The Body in a Suitcase game is suitable for groups of up to six people. You're guaranteed to be in stitches!

 

37 Gay St,
Bath
BA1 2NT

How to find us

Address: House of Frankenstein, 37 Gay Street, Bath, BA1 2NT

What3Words: flips.bottom.traded

By Foot:

  • Situated between Queens Square and The Circus, the House of Frankenstein is an eight minute walk from the city centre (Bath Abbey).
  • The museum is around 15 minutes from Bath Spa Train Station.

By Train:

  • Bath Spa Train Station is located 15 minutes walking distance away

By Car:

  • Nearest Car Park: Charlotte Street, BA1 2NE - Around a five minute walk away.
  • Toilets
  • Parking: Five minute walk away

The attraction is an immersive, multi-sensory walkthrough experience, so it is requested that you do not bring food and drink with you. 

However, there are multiple refreshment venues located nearby. 

Unfortunately due to the nature of the property, the site is unable to accommodate wheelchair users. The museum is built into four split-level floors, and movement between the floors is via multiple low-rise stairwells. 

Please note: Mary Shelley's House of Frankenstein is a cashless attraction, and will accept card payments only. 

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