Choose from Four Options
- $59 for admission for four valid Sunday through Friday to Room Omega ($120 value)
- $85 for admission for six valid Sunday through Friday to Room Omega ($180 value)
- $109 for admission for eight valid Sunday through Friday to Room Omega ($240 value)
- $59 for admission for four to Room Omega on Saturday ($120 value)
Groups are physically trapped in a room for an hour and need to figure out how to get out using their surroundings. In Room Omega, groups must figure out what really happened to Professor Stanley—a professor known for his theory of time travel who disappeared inside his own office three days ago.
The concept of real room escapes originates from online escape games, but instead of simply pointing your mouse and clicking on the screen, you have to use your senses and interact with the environment to get out. Click here to read the FAQs.
It's not just that they don't mind—visitors to Omescape actually want to be locked into a room for an hour. These, however, are no ordinary rooms, but tests of mental prowess. They're an online room escape come to life, chock-full of puzzles and mind benders that lead to the way out.
Teams of up to eight players scour the room for clues and then try to find their way out in just one hour. In Room Omega, they're working to uncover the reasons for time travel researcher Professor Stanley's mysterious disappearance; in Forgotten Treasure, the team must search for a pirate's secret stash of gold and blinged-out eye patches; in The Penitentiary, players try to go through an action movie-esque laser tunnel.
Because Omescape's staffers recognize the games are challenging, they allow teams to ask for help one time during the game, and they keep the entrance to the room open at all times in case anyone feels uncomfortable (each room has an entrance and an exit). The fastest teams to escape through the exit get an invitation to return to test new rooms.