For now we can only receive groups of up to 4 persons, with the exception of families and children aged under 13. Book one of our 1.5 meter concepts when your group has more than 2 persons from different households.
- 6 rooms
- 35 people at the same time
- Rooms in Dutch and English
Only in the 'Cabin in the Woods' there is a somewhat exciting atmosphere. Furthermore, there are no major fear factors or physical activities present in our escaperooms. The Cabin in the Woods is only suitable for young children under the guidance of an adultAll other rooms are suitable for young children from 9 years oldFor more information see point 4. Is it suitable for children?
Book with us if you are looking for a fun and unforgettable time with friends, family or colleagues. We guarantee to offer the most atmospheric escaperooms in the Netherlands, in which the story and the technical surprises go hand in hand.In addition, we are in the heart of Amsterdam, with several restaurants nearby.
We have four rooms at Escape World Waterlooplein split into three different themes: 1x The Flying Dutchman, 1x The Chocolate Factory and 2x The Cabin in the Woods. Each theme has an exciting and different storyline, theme and decor. Each adventure has an entirely different set of puzzles and codes so you can come back to play our other rooms later and still enjoy the experience.
We also throw children's parties at Escape World Waterlooplein.The minimum age is 10 years for The Flying Dutchman and 12 years of age for the remaining rooms.At the Cabin in the Woods, adults need to go along for guidance.We also handle a minimum of 4 and max 6 children per game. For more information and flyers please follow this link.
How do I get to AMSTERDAM WATERLOOPLEIN?
We are located around the corner from the coffee company at waterloo square and 50 meters from the famous rembrandt house. By public transport it is best to take the subway and get off at the stop 'waterlooplein' (2nd stop after central station), Nieuwe Hoogstraat. From there it is about a 4-minute walk past the Rembrandt House and then take the first street right.