Fun and Meaningful: Enygma takes you out of your humdrum day to day environment and, and immerses you in a world full of collaborative puzzles and games.
Highly Accessible: Located in the heart of Brussels, right by Central Station, close to many transportation options and to the Albertine Parking. Playable in any weather.
Goal-Oriented: All our escape rooms are goal oriented and require collaborative teamwork to complete. Insights learned from the activity can be applied elsewhere
Time-effective: What other teambuilding activity offers so much in just 60 minutes? Modern teams are stretched for time and need to make the most of what little time they have.
Tailored and Flexible: We will tailor your team building activity to suit your needs and requirements. Whether its refreshments, meals, workshops or your very own psychiatrist to evaluate your team, we aim to please. See all the options below.
The Enygma experience with complimentary coffee and a dedicated game host for your personalised debrief and team picture.
Add some sweeteness to your Escape Room and learn the ropes from the legendary Laurent Gerbaud himself, known to be the best Chocolatier in Belgium.
Receive a detailed analysis from our specialist team building coach and psychiatrist to explore and improve the inner workings of your team.
A certified team building coach and psychiatrist will provide your team with the tools to work better together. Then, you put them into practice in the field in our Escape Rooms. All the while, your coach observes and provides you detailed feedback and conclusions.
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We have currently the possibility to host up to 20 players simultaneously (and starting in February 2019, up to 50 players). Our well-trained staff will be more than capable to host your group in consecutive sessions.
Furthermore, some of our packages allow for up to 40 simultaneous participants (80 from February 2019).