Real-life escape rooms are a fun new entertainment concept. It is a type of physical adventure game in which 2-7 people are placed in a room with other participants and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and work as a team to escape the room within a set time limit. While the goal is simple, the game is challenging. Most people do not escape the room in time.
Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your game start time. Games will begin exactly at their start times and being late might cause you to have less then sixty minutes to play.
No. We do not lock the doors in our rooms. There is a treasure you are seeking out..that is your mission.
The games are $28 per player
Each game allows up to 8 players and the minimum for all games is 2 players.
We recommend our games for ages 14 and up. Players that are 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult. With that said, we frequently have families come with one or two younger kids and they have a great time. However, the game is designed for people 14 and up.
All games are paid online at the time of booking
Yes, we suggest one person book the number of slots in the game for the whole group. However, you can also have each individual place a booking for the same game.
Yes, we accommodate large parties and corporate groups frequently. Please visit our website to book your games. If you would like help booking your large group or would like to rent out our facility at a premium please email us at team@CincinnatiEscapeRoom.com or call us at513.432. 4263 to receive a custom quote.
This will depend on how many are in your group. If the total available slots are 7 and there are only 4 of you then three slots will be “available.” They will not necessarily be filled, but there is a possibility that others may buy those tickets.
Yes, you just need to reserve all available tickets for a given time slot.
There is no age limit, but the recommended age is 14 and above.
Each game is designed for one hour or sixty minutes of intense fun! Plan to spend 15 minutes prior to each game preparing and briefing and 15 minutes after each game to debrief and take photos.