We had a blast doing the nuclear escape room! The location was a bit out of the way and I think they only open for scheduled appointments. We still thought it was really fun and would go again!
Not very organized. They keep the lights way too dim, even in main public areas. Website showed opposite of difficulty for the rooms. We chose the easiest- when in reality it was the hardest.
Very friendly and helpful staff! Our entire family LOVED the escape room! Very challenging and lots of fun! Highly Recommend!!
We had a blast in the Haunted House themed escape room with 2 adults and 2 kids (ages 12 and 15). We were given hints as needed, via a walker-talkie, and still did not quite complete all of the steps before time ran out. This was such a fun activity, that would be great for families or small groups!
Great family fun! Def worth it! We were only one key card short in order to escape!
This was our first time and we tried to nuclear room....and failed. But it was such a blast and challenge that we also went into the zombie room......and failed. We were genuinely concerned that it would bump to easy and therefore not worth the money but these are really challenging and a great way to spend time with friends!
Customer service was excellent. Very accommodating and a fun evening
From the moment I spoke to Charlie on the phone he was helpful in giving me details about which room would be most suited for my family. It was myself, and my kids (16, 13, and 9). The options were a nuclear power plant themed escape, a haunted house, or a Zombie Apocalypse. We opted for the nuclear one and it was fun!! Each of my children were helpful and loved it as well. It was neat because there were 5 rooms to explore and you had to go back and forth between the rooms to solve clues. It was safe, well designed, and clever. We didn't get out alive- but came pretty close (Charlie even gave us some extra time- maybe because it was just me with kids). I was a little short to reach some of the clues, which cost us time. I also got stuck on some decoy distractions (Nice touch). The sound effects, props, lighting, and decor were reminiscent of playing the Resident Evil video game. It was a short drive from Branson and I welcomed the beautiful drive of green rolling hills, and windy backroads to get there. Nice to be away from the traffic and crowd of the Hwy 76 strip. There is a zoo also on the property and Charlie told us we could come back to see the zoo for free the following day. (It typically comes with the escape room purchase during business hours.) Our escape room reservation was at 6:30pm and the zoo closed at 5:00pm. They have beautiful Siberian tigers!!! Top notch experience!!! Best escape room out of the 4 that I have been to.
From Our Editors
Xcape Branson locks participants in detailed, confounding environments for 60 minutes. Groups experience dazzling special effects and animation as they use their critical thinking skills, communication, and eye for detail to suss out clues and make their escape. Everyone from families to corporations and thrill-seeking tourists can test their wits in one of two rooms:
- Nuclear Meltdown: On tour at a nuclear facility, disaster strikes. In 60 minutes, groups must investigate five rooms full of pressure games, electronic games, venting nuclear fumes, and more, to uncover clues that will help them escape a looming atomic event.