The Grace Building, The Concourse, 1114 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York ()
By Subway: Use the B,D,F, or M trains and exit at the 42nd Street, Bryant Park stop for closest subway access. Clue Chase is also a short walk from Grand Central Terminal or the Times Square, 42nd Street subway stations.
Our group did the lost spy-cold war mission room and had a blast. We had a group of 6 and there was lots to do to keep us busy during the entire hour. The room and clues were well thought out and in theme throughout the mission.Beata M.
The guy on staff Saturday was very friendly and helpful- he gave us tips prior to starting the escape room, popped into the room to help guide us, and took time out to review all the clues that we got and missed after the hour was up. It was great to do the walk through after because during the mission I was so busy working on my part that I missed some of the clues that others in my group handled. It was great to see how it all got together.
I highly recommend this place if you are looking to do an escape room.
This was the first one I attempted although 2 people in my group had done one previously at another location.
Make sure to arrive early because you need to check in at the front desk of the building before you can head down to clue chase.
October, 1963. Your team of CIA operatives have received an encrypted message from fellow Agent Jack Redwood, suggesting Soviet KGB General Mikhail Zholty is plotting a destabilizing operation somewhere in the United States. Now, Agent Redwood has gone missing.
Your mission is to infiltrate the office of Agent Redwood to see if he left behind any clues that explain his disappearance and reveal General Zholty’s plan. Solve the puzzles, decipher Agent Redwood’s clues and then escape the room before time runs out. Use your wit to prevent a catastrophic confrontation between the U.S and Soviet Union. Every second counts!