Went for my birthday and had so much fun! The staff was pleasant and informative. We didn't escape! But can't wait to go back to try again.
We had a slightly larger group than the area is set for (we had 9 individuals in our group). I used a Groupon, which greatly helped. I *was* disappointed that I had to pay full price for one person (on top of the Groupon to book a room for 8 individuals). Overall, everyone had fun, and we did escape. Several in our group plan to go back again.
Really had a great time at the Electric City Escape.
We had a great time. Fun and challenging puzzles. Owners were super nice and very helpful. The whole experience was great!
We loved the Electric City Escape!!! It was so much fun, and we really liked the people who worked there!!!
The owners are excellent. They were hands on, super friendly, and patient. Our participants included children and the Electric City Escape staff were the best with them. It was a great experience and highly recommended to anyone in the Scranton area.
Celebrated my daughter's birthday at Electric City Escape, everyone had a blast and the staff was friendly and helpful, Definitely going back to try our luck again, We excepted!
Amazing time! Location was great- in the heart of town! Staff is absolutely wonderful and helpful! Definitely coming back to visit !
The staff was very friendly. The room was authentic. It was challenging. It felt like a party game and the staff were like the host of the party.
From Our Editors
Electric City Escape isn't your run-of-the-mill room-escape game—each room here has been crafted as a love letter to Scranton. Located inside the Scranton Electric Building, the game immerse players in Scranton history, using details based on local folklore and facts. In one hour, groups must work together to solve puzzles, uncover clues, and unravel the mysteries that will allow them to escape one of two thrilling scenarios:
Escape the Art Gallery: There's no time for a stroll through this museum. A famous Jackson Pollock has been stolen, but experts have traced its paint drippings back to this gallery—and you're the only one who who can find it before security returns in an hour.
Escape the PI's Office: Life within a film noir isn't as romantic as it seems. When private detective Sam Slocum invites you to his office, the meeting turns out to be a trap: Sam is nowhere to be found, and someone has locked you inside with a bomb counting down to 60 minutes. You'll have to disarm the bomb and find the missing gumshoe if you're ever going to make it out of the 1940s alive.
Electric City Escape