Which room should I do?
Larger groups should definitely do Backstage Breakout, just because it’s the most comfortable for a large group space-wise. Groups with kids 7-12 should probably try Winter Wonderland first. Other than that you can’t really go wrong. Let us know if you have specific questions so we can make a suggestion.
How hard is it?
Our rooms average about a 50% success rate. Most of the teams that fail will at least come close. There are a wide variety of challenges designed to give each team member a chance to shine, and no specific background knowledge or skills are required.
Are we really going to be locked in?
Not really. For safety reasons you are not physically locked in. However, the room and the story that goes with it provide an immersive experience which you won't want to leave until your time is up.
How old do participants have to be?
Our games are designed with adults in mind but they are also enjoyable for kids who enjoy solving mysteries. Players under 16 are welcome as part of a team which includes a parent or guardian.
Where are you located?
We are in the Crown Plaza Building, 114 W. Magnolia, #105, in Bellingham, WA. Google Maps is still sending people to our old location so be sure to come to the right place. Also we are open by appointment only so if you just show up you may not find anyone there.
Can I do this with a smaller group?
Absolutely, although it will be more difficult. The cost is also subject to a per session minimum.
Can I order a gift certificate?
Yes. You can order electronic gift certificates here. If you’d rather have a paper version email email@example.com and we can arrange to mail you one.
Can I bring my business group?
Absolutely! If you are coming for team building purposes, let us know so that we can be sure to include a debriefing session at the end. This is a great opportunity for your team to practice working together in a new and exciting setting.
Is it scary?
Neither of our current rooms are designed to be scary, and nothing is going to jump out at you.
Can I study up in advance?
You can certainly try to work on your problem solving skills. However, solving The Eureka Room is designed not to require any specific knowledge or trivia. You can get some good escape room tips here.