Operation Palmqvist

The year is 1943 and the world is in flames. In the midst of this chaos is neutral Sweden. But for how much longer can it stay neutral? The dark clouds are gathering and the country needs all the help it can get to avoid being drawn into the madness of war. Hans Palmqvist, the station manager at the Telegraph Agency’s radio station in Grimeton, is looking for volunteers for a mission that could be crucial for the future of the country. Do you have what it takes to save Sweden?

The World Heritage Site’s Escape Room Operation Palmqvist is set at Grimeton Radio Station during World War II. The game is played in groups of at least 2 and no more than 5 participants and consists of various problem-solving exercises that do not require any prior knowledge. The experience starts at the Visitor Center.

Useful information

The game is played with 2-5 participants.

For adults as well as children of an age of min. 9 years. If you are aged between 9 and 15 you need to have an adult with you.

Time required
The game lasts for approximately 1 hour, but can vary depending on experience. Please arrive early; otherwise you risk missing the game as we have a tight schedule.

The game area is accessed by stairs and cannot be reached by wheelchair. At least one of the players should be extra mobile and able to move around well in confined spaces. There are loud noises at times. There is a clearly marked emergency exit in the game area.

Remember to wear comfortable clothes and shoes.

Operation Palmqvist is available in both Swedish and English. You choose the language on site.

We do not allow people who have taken any form of intoxicant to participate.