Groups of 2–10 people get 60 minutes to use teamwork and problem-solving skills to escape from a locked room
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What You'll Get
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Choose from Three Options
- $39 for escape-room admission for two ($52 value)
- $75 for escape-room admission for four ($104 value)
- $99 for escape-room admission for six ($156 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Online registration required. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by at least one adult. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Expedition Escape
You don't have to be a hardened detective or a budding Houdini to make your way out of Expedition Escape's cleverly concocted puzzle rooms. All it takes is a little curiosity and creativity, plus the ability to work together as a team. Because at Expedition Escape, the game is more fun—and the chances of making it out in the allotted 60 minutes are greatly improved—when you're playing with a bigger group. Here are just a few of the current scenarios that groups of 2–10 (go with 10!) can solve together:
Aunt Edna's Condo: Aunt Edna has a fortune hidden in her condo that she's been hoarding from her greedy family. Lucky for you, you're the only relative she trusts to enter the condo to retrieve her personal belongings. Of course, you're going to look for that fortune while you're there, and you bet it's guarded by booby traps. (Difficulty: 7/10)
Pharaoh's Curse: You and your fellow team of archaeologists (just go with it) are on a mission to reach the inner tomb of a mysterious Egyptian king, identify the body, and escape before you get struck with a mummy's curse. (Difficulty: 8/10)
Bank Heist: This mission gets tricky for you and your team of safe-cracking criminals. In the first 55 minutes, you need to find the tools and clues to breach a vault. The last five minutes is the real doozy because that's when the alarm is activated. Now you must make a tough choice: take a little bit of money and run immediately, or see just how much cash you can steal before your time is up. (Difficulty: 9/10)