Buckingham Palace is set to get its very own escape room for the summer!
In fact, members of the public can put their detective skills to the test in the Queen's Gallery to try and solve the mystery of the missing curator.
However, the fun puzzles and riddles won't have a royal theme.
Instead, the escape room will be taking place amidst the Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing exhibition in the art gallery, which sits to the side of the royal palace itself.
The four rooms, where you'll find 200 works from the Renaissance genius on display, will contain hidden clues and puzzles to solve.
The Royal Collection Trust has teamed up with History Mystery ® to create the Escape Room: Leonardo Artmergency! experience, where teams can get exclusive access to the rooms while they play the game.
You'll have one hour to find the hidden clues, discover secrets and observe the artworks in the process.
According to the escape room description, "your team will need careful observation, creative thinking and detective work to beat the clock, but no prior art history knowledge is required".
It's sure to be a pretty unique experience for teams, who will get exclusive use of each room while you play throughout the session, with a game master on hand to help you should you get stuck on a clue or two.
It's worth noting that the escape room will only be open on Friday and Saturday evenings, so visitors heading to the exhibition the rest of the time won't be able to play the game.
Think you've got what it takes?
Leonardo Artmergency! will take place every Friday and Saturday from the 14th June through to the 5th October 2019, with start times at 18:15, 18:45, 19:15 and 19:45.
The cost is £150 per team. Teams are between four to eight players, so if there are eight of you it works out at £18.75pp.
Children will need to be aged 14 or over if they want to take part.
You can find out more about the escape room and the exhibition on the Royal Collection Trust website .
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