Hospital of Horror
Hospital Of Horror an Autron VR Experience

The Scenario


Try not to wake the dead


Hospital of Horror is a full-immersion virtual reality experience that takes the haunted house experience to a whole new level.

Strange noises have been heard coming from the abandoned psychiatric hospital. We need you and your team to investigate. You’ll be given Hazchem masks and a torch. The hospital is empty, but try not to disturb anything.

This experience is free with every escape room booking.

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Hospital of Horror





Autron VR was born out of a passion for gaming and technology engineering. We aren’t tied to one particular developer or game provider, so we are able to custom-build each game from the from the best technology available around the world.

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Less Nausea & Vertigo

Higher definition vision and better motion tracking means a more enjoyable and realistic experience for everyone.

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Multiplayer Teamwork

Our Escape Rooms need everyone to be involved to achieve the objective, not just experienced gamers. Great for team building.

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Accurate Aim & Movement

Ever been frustrated by the accuracy of your aim in VR games. Improved technology means your avatar is as accurate as you are.

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Better Game Variety

Introducing Melbourne’s first VR Escape Rooms and other non-combat games.

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About the experience

Stay alert and watch your back

Free-Roaming: You’ll be free to move around and interact with your virtual world. You’ll also have full use of your hands.

Game Difficulty: This is not an escape room challenge, rather a virtual reality experience.

Team Building: Sharing an experience with people strengthens relationships.

Multi-Stage: Look for the elevator that will take you the next floor.

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First floor lounge area
Second floor mortuary
Third floor office


“I've tried VR before and it made me really dizzy, so I was a bit worried about trying the escape room, but it was amazing and I didn't feel dizzy or anything. I laughed so much. Will definitely do it again."
Taylor, 26
“Osiris was really challenging. I usually smash escape rooms, but that was really tricky. The feeling of being underwater is awesome."
NIc, 32
“I played with my kids and we had so much fun. When I play computer games at home they beat me all the time, but in a VR game, everyone's equal and I fell like I've got a fair chance."
Blake, 53