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Went here to do their Balkans game with three friends who were all new to escape games, the staff were incredibly friendly and nice, and spent a lot of time before and after the game chatting to us about things to do in Paris, and...More
First off, everyone who was working there were incredibly nice and helpful and our narrator was beyond amazing. It felt so real!! The quality of the game we played was awesome and I know the people put in work to make it so much fun....More
Highly recommend for everyone especially tourist who wish to do an escape room game in Paris. The employees and the man who owns the place really enjoy their job and get into characters for the enjoyment of the customer. I LOVED my experience here and...More
One of the best way to get tangled into the game with your friends and family.
Well-crafted riddles, immersive setting and talented narrator. I highly recommend this place. Best played with 5 players. Can be played in English or in French.
I went at Quest Factory with my friends from LA it was lit!!!! We were in Paris for few days and it was the hightlight of the trip!! We had so much fun!! We just loved it. Thank you to the staff!! You were so...More
Visited Quest Factory with some local friends. Had some doubts being not fluent in French, but everyone had been soooo supportive!
In the end it turned out to be a lot of fun, very well thought throughout the way, nice ambience and great team! Highly...More
Me and my friends came to visit France earlier this month. An amazing experience to do, and a good activity if you want to take a breath away from the amazing culture Paris has to offer. An hour of fun and head breaking momentum! Great...More
We visited the Quest Factory escape room with my family a few days ago. We are quite fans of escape rooms. we did a few in Paris and in other places. This one is by far the best. Highly recommending.
Topic is pretty cool, very...More
The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian