Ludwig Plenty is an authentic character — he was a traveller, inventor, discoverer and treasure hunter, who moved to Gdansk just after World War 2. Plenty mysteriously disappeared 45 years ago. Discover his story!
Discover the story of Ludwig Plenty in a private museum with a unique formula: in the Room of Plenty you can visit the authentic apartment of the traveller and play one of the best live escape games in Poland. A visit to the Room of Plenty takes you back in time to 1969 and offers an exciting game with a captivating story behind!
The game/museum visit is designed for groups of 2-4 people. You start your visit from a cup of coffee with the Game Master, who tells you the story of the traveller and explains the rules of the game. Then, you are invited to the room for a 75-minute game that makes you feel as if you were in an adventure movie. During the whole game, you can count on your Game Master, who will skilfully guide you through Plenty’s story.
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You will get this much time for every visit in the Room of Plenty. Make every second count but also remember that sometimes haste makes waste. Once your time has passed, you can save your game and finish it later.
A group of 2 to 4 adventurers can enter the Ludwig’s room during one visit. We wouldn’t recommend visits of larger groups but if you have such need – let us know, we’ll see what we can do!
A visit to Room of Plenty costs about the same as going to the movies. It’s a reasonable price for such a unique experience – only 149 zł (ca. €35) per group for 75 minutes of a travel in time!
An ideal option for a date – there will be only the two of you to experience all the surprises and each of you will have more time to play with all the props and devices. You will probably not make it to the end, but your experience will be more intense, plus you will have a pretext to finish the game your next date.
There is a higher chance of solving the puzzle and you still have a chance to play with all the props in the room. The intimacy of the experience is somewhat lower, however the work of the group is more effective.
The highest chance of solving the puzzle. However, you will have fewer chances to get fully engaged – you will have to share some of the props with other teammates.
You need to book your visit in the room using the form below.
You can pay with PayPal (also supports card payment) and at the venue.
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Yes and no. Room of Plenty has a similar convention to real escape games, but also differs significantly from other rooms in many aspects.
The so called escape rooms or real escape games are a type of entertainment where players are locked in a room that conceals a puzzle of some kind. Their task is to get out of the room by solving this puzzle. They have a specified amount of time for this. When the time is up, the game ends and the door is opened.
First of all, the riddle is just a part of the whole experience. During your visit, you will get to know the history of Ludwig Plenty, see and touch the artifacts he brought from his travels and browse through the stuff he left in his room. The riddle is also closely related to the history of its creator, Ludwig Plenty, and his mysterious disappearing. It’s not a slapdash script, where players are to match keys and codes with padlocks, but rather a spectacle in which a group of adventurers plays the main part. Each act offers different experiences and fuels the players’ curiosity. This is as interactive as museums get!
In Room of Plenty you will get to meet your game master who will share with you the story of the previous tenant and the room itself over a cup of coffee. Thanks to this, you will have a friend helping you to have fun on the other side of the door, instead of a “big brother” spying on you and judging your actions.
These are only a few of the differences. You will need to reveal the rest of them along with the secret of Ludwig Plenty.
No, no and no! A lot of escape games induce the feeling of fear. Ludwig Plenty’s puzzle is all about intellectual challenges and having fun in a relaxed atmosphere. You will never want to leave this room!
You will have a great time, even if you do not manage to solve the puzzle. There are breathtaking surprises waiting in every corner of the room and at every stage of the game. You also have the opportunity to save the game and return to the room to finish it.