Enter Exit Escape

All may enter. All will exit. Only some will escape.

Join us for the 2018 Winter Escape Games!

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Here's how it works...

  • Gather up your coworkers into teams of up to 8 people.
  • Choose a charity for whom you'd like to compete.
  • Contact us to register your team(s).
  • Compete in events (escape rooms) throughout the games in February.
  • Simply book online for the dates, times, escape rooms of choice.
  • Experience team building fun while gaining exposure for your business.
  • Join other local businesses in the spirit of competitive camaraderie.
  • Watch the standings on social media as the games progress.
  • Take the gold and we'll send all the registration fees to your charity of choice!

Professor E's Mummy Mystery is in full swing!

We opened this incredibly exciting escape room in time for the holidays. Many of you came in with family and friends for a memorable adventure amid Egyptian artifacts and historical context.
We thank you for kicking off this game with a bang!

Here is your team to beat...Secret Jelly!

Here is your team to beat...Secret Jelly!

Gather up your most promising fellow archaeologists and have your own adventure!

Check booking availability now.

Professor E's Mummy Mystery awaits you!

Our much-anticipated 3rd escape room has gone through beta testing and with a few tweaks, is now ready to challenge and excite you and your skilled team of archaeologists. 


Group Size: accommodates a team of up to 8 people.

Challenge Level: midway between Escape Room 101 Science Lab (48% success rate) and Special Ops Dirty Money (28% success rate).

Coolness Factor: monumentally and historically phenomenal!


Available starting Thursday Dec. 21st, with extended holiday hours between Christmas and New Year's Eve. Bring your family and friends. You will not be disappointed! Book now to reserve your spot!

Physicists, Muons, and Pyramids, oh my!

More fascinating news from Egypt...
Using technology that detects high energy cosmic particles called muons, a team of physicists have discovered a large void in the Great Pyramid at Giza.
Professor E. can't wait to get his team on site for exploration!

Read the full article here.

A team of physicists outside the Great Pyramid at Giza

A team of physicists outside the Great Pyramid at Giza