An escape room is a real-life adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles using clues, hints, and strategy that are hidden within the room. Players are given a set time limit and the goal isn’t always escaping. We like to add an additional element to most of our rooms and you must reach a certain goal before escaping. Each goal will depend on the theme of the room.
Escape rooms are inspired by “escape the room” style video games that can easily be found online. Live action rooms started in Japan, crept their way across Europe, and were just introduced to the United States a few years ago.
We’re happy to educate players on just how fun an escape room can truly be!
Our rooms are reserved on a rotating basis beginning at the time stated below for both locations. Our expeditions are by reservation only.
King of Prussia, PA
Monday – Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday – Friday: Beginning at 1:00pm
Saturday – Sunday: Beginning at 10:00am
Monday – Wednesday: Closed
Thursday- Friday: Beginning at 1:00pm
Saturday – Sunday: Beginning at 10:00am
Please choose a location to make a reservation and to see available times.
Yes, we are a reservation only venue! All reservations are made online through our website. Reservations can be made up to 6 hours in advance. We recommend reserving at least 1 week in advance to ensure your desired room, date, and time. Make a Reservation!
It is $28 per person per room.
We do give a discounted price when you reserve a private room. When you reserve a private room in one transaction you get one person FREE (a $28 value) (available Wednesday through Saturday at King of Prussia and Thursday through Saturday at Montgomeryville)! This means you only pay for one less than the maximum number of players a room can hold but you can bring the maximum number of players allowed.
Aunt Edna’s Condo (10 player max): $252 private room
Quest for the Throne (10 player max): $252 private room
Baker Street Mystery (8 player max): $196 private room
Bank Heist (8 player max): $196 private room
All adult rooms have a 10 player max: $252 private room.
Lost Teddy (up to 8 people, one of which must be an adult 18 years of age or older for safety and liability purposes): $99 private room
This is a 30-minute room for ages 8-12.
We don’t like surprise fees added on at the end of reservations so we’ve eliminated it. All of our prices include all taxes and fees.
Starting June 1st, 2017. We will be only private bookings.
That’s right, it will only ever be your group in a room.
Reserve a room for up to 4 people for $112 then add additional people up to the maximum allowed for $28 each. Reserve all the spots and get a $28 discount (prices include all taxes and fees).
All reservations and payments are done online through our website. Make a Reservation!
The maximum number of players allowed in our rooms are as follows:
Aunt Edna’s Condo: 10 player maximum
Quest for the Throne: 10 player maximum
Baker Street Mystery: 8 player maximum
Bank Heist: 8 player maximum
Lost Teddy (30 minute kids room): 8 player maximum (at least one adult 18 years of age or older as part of the 8 player maximum)
The List: 10 player maximum
The Candy Shop: 10 player maximum
Da Vinci’s Office: 10 player maximum
Quarantine: 10 player maximum
Area 51: 10 player maximum
If you do not book and pay for the maximum amount of players allowed in a room, you have a very high chance of playing with people you may not know or that have varying skill levels. The only way to ensure it will only be your group in the room is to book and pay for all available spots or choose private room when making your reservation. This way you’ll have a private room, but with however many people you choose to bring, any number up to the maximum number of players allowed in the room!
Private parties and groups larger than the maximum allowed can be accommodated. However, it will feel tight and overcrowded with more than the maximum number of players allowed in a room. It may also feel as though not everyone gets to solve puzzles since our rooms are designed to entertain the maximum number of people. We never recommend more than the maximum allowed; we will recommend splitting up your group. Please check out our group events, The Ultimate Adventure, or contact us for more information.