Looking for a new way to spend time? Had enough of going to the movies or karaoke? Not impressed with restaurants and clubs anymore? Then gather up to six of your closest friends and book an escape room!
Super fun for the whole family! We are always looking for family friendly escape rooms and this one is it! Sugar Rush was definitely challenging but super fun-not scary at all! Our group ranged from a 60 year old to an 11 year old...and everyone loved it. The room is decorated very nicely and the puzzles are challenging, but not too challenging to the point you get frustrated. Our game master was Julie and she was very friendly and always ready with our hints (when needed).Debra C.
They have another room, Cabin 13, that we plan on trying next time. Can't wait to go back!
The only downside to doing this escape room is you'll want ice cream after!
This was my first time going to an escape room! The Sugar Rush" room was really fun, cute, and just challenging enough for the 8 of us. We were happy to successfully escape in time without any hints! Julie is super sweet and helpful!Kaitlyn G.
Amazing escape room! Very well designed with creative and unique puzzles. Great production quality with incredibly immersive rooms. Sugar Rush was a fun room with great whimsicality while still having challenging puzzles.Alfred H.
This was hands down my favorite escape room that I have done. I started doing escape rooms a couple months ago, but this one totally went beyond my expectations. 6 of us did the room, Wanted in the West, which was recommended by the sales rep for first timers. We finished the room in about 40 minutes with no hints! The puzzles were fun and challenging while still being reasonable. The room was super duper cool, well set up, and kept us on our toes. We had some trouble with payment, but everyone was very helpful in getting it all taken care of. The staff was kind and friendly. The overall experience was five stars, and I hope to do more rooms like this one!Cayla H.
I loved *other* 60Out rooms, but didn't enjoy this one even though we escaped. This was my 36th room I've escaped, and a lot of the puzzles didn't seem super logical. So when you find two components of a puzzle, it's not clear that they go together, let alone how to use them. We were a bit disappointed that the game masters gave us hints that we didn't ask for, but they were just trying to make sure we maintain a good pace in order to escape the room.Brandon
So my friend, her father, and I decided that we wanted to go on a fun escape room on a Friday night right? The service and general idea of the room was supposed to be "not scary" and we supposedly played a kids version. Late into the game, we got stuck. We asked for a clue and the guide gave us false information and then said "my bad" at the end when we couldn't escape. If that wasn't enough, my friend was horrified even though it wasn't supposed to be scary at all. There were mangled dolls draped across the ceiling and eerie sound played in the background. You had to undress a Barbie to find one of the clues, which I personally find extremely disturbing. It was said that we played the kids version, however, many elements of it seemed more mature. We were really bummed at the end since we weren't offered a refund for the mistake that was made. They acted like the issue wasn't a big deal, but the "customer is always right". Please note before exposing this to your kids.Dissatisfied 5th Grader!!! :(