Yes indeed! All bookings are private regardless of the number of players.
Can children play?
Children are absolutely welcome and encouraged to come play our escape room experiences, but we do have a few basic policies. Players aged 16 and over can play in the rooms on
their own, but require a parent to be present at sign in (though they don't have to be present for the duration of the game). Players aged 12-15 require a parent to be present at
sign in and to stay for the duration of the game. If you have players under 12 who would like to participate, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you really lock us in?
Never fear, you can always exit our escape rooms through the door you entered if you need to step out for any reason. These doors remain unlocked at all times. You won't
win the game if you do, but you also don't immediately lose either. Other doors in the rooms are locked and require puzzles to be solved in order to proceed, but there is always an
Are the rooms scary?
Escape rooms come in all shapes and sizes, but our rooms do not have any scary or startling elements. They are great for people who normally shy away from escape rooms for these
reasons. Also, there are no actors present in the rooms to surprise you.
Are your rooms wheelchair accessible?
Our building and escape rooms are all wheelchair accessible. One of our two bathrooms is also wheelchair accessible.
Do your rooms require any crawling or climbing?
There is no crawling or climbing necessary in any of our rooms. If you have any mobility concerns, please reach out to us directly to discuss at email@example.com.
Can I bring my phone or belongings in the room?
We do have lockers available in our lobby for you to secure your things while you play. Each locker is also equipped with a phone charger (Apple and Android) in case you need a
little charge while you're with us. We won't require you to use them, but we do encourage you to do so. There is no convenient spot in the room to stow your items, so they may
slow you down. Also, we ask that you not use your phones as flashlights or to take video or pictures. You should have no need of additional light in the rooms.