The Puzzle Escape delivers 60 straight minutes of mind-boggling excitement for teen and adult sleuths alike. The gist is simple. Teams—which could be family members, friends, co-workers, or a great first date for the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew—are immersed in a clever scenario while trapped in a locked room. The only way out is to combine minds and solve a series of escalating clues and puzzles. Here are a few of the situations devised by The Puzzle Escape's cunning game masters:
Gone Viral: A lab experiment goes awry, because that's what lab experiments do, and unleashes a lethal virus that threatens the entire world. But there's still a chance to avoid extinction as your team heads to Ground Zero to figure out how to turn this virus into a bye-rus.
Missing: You're in Classroom 304 of Harrisburg Elementary, which became infamous after a student suddenly disappeared from his desk in 1978. Can your team finally close the book on this unsolved mystery?
Pandemonium: This details of this room are still under wraps, but the name is a good tip-off.
At Mistalocks, students learn dances with such upbeat names as boppin' and steppin', just two of the studio's unconventional lineup of partner dance styles. In group classes, master instructor Buford Collins starts at the beginning, showing students how to count out rhythms, feel the music, and follow steps with a partner. His specialty is Chicago Style Steppin', which has similar characteristics to West Coast Swing, but he also leads students through the steps of Detroit ballroom, Graystone, tango, and salsa. For him, these dance styles are more than just a way to move to music. He considers them a fundamental part of humanity's heritage, much like reality television.
A movie theater, comedy club and concert venue, The Magic Bag always has something new to light up its marquee. The theatre has become a go-to for nationally touring bands—including The English Beat, symphonic pop outfit The Polyphonic Spree, and surf-rock legend Dick Dale—as well as popular tribute acts like The Mega 80s, Lez Zeppelin & Panama. Acclaimed comedians such as Gilbert Gottfried, Jeff Ross, and Brian Posehn take the stage on a regular basis at the club, and cult-favorite films are the main attraction on Brew & View nights.
Come and see the theatrical offerings at Pole Addiction in Ferndale.
When you're out and about in the area, you'll love that this theater has a restaurant to take care of any last minute hunger.
Grab the kids when you head to this theater — its family-oriented atmosphere perfect for the whole clan.
These kickboxing classes feature a variety of kickboxing and cardio moves, keeping you aware and focused.
Drivers can access the parking lot next door.
Martial arts at Ferndale's Mejishi Martial Arts is a great workout that will leave you feeling Zen.
Push your body beyond its strength and endurance limits and try your hand at a MMA class.
Burn a large number of calories and tone your abs, glutes, and legs with a kickboxing class from Mejishi Martial Arts.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Your next meal awaits at Go Comedy! Improv Theater in Ferndale.
The restaurant's "rush" is all weekend long, so diners should be prepared to wait for a table.
Tired of driving in circles? Head to Go Comedy! Improv Theater for a bite to eat and find quick parking in the lot next door.
Commute by bike to Go Comedy! Improv Theater and find easy bike parking.