Imagine the world we know coming to an end in a matter of hours. What would we do? Book an escape room, of course! Inspired by movies and books about possible future outcomes, people are ready to take control in escape rooms. Who knows, one day these survival skills might come in handy...
We did The Maze, and The Vault. We loved each one! We've done dozens of escape rooms, yet we were floored by the work that has gone into these rooms. The puzzles weren't too hard, but we never felt like there wasn't work to do, or things to solve. The technical puzzles inside the vault were pretty awesome, lots of use of machines and computers felt right at home in the setting. tons of fallout references, but no prior knowledge required. The maze managed to be scary without jump scares, and more than once had our group accidentally scare each other as we explored the dark corridors.Mikey R.
So much fun, I have to say, you must go!
This is the 4th escape room I've done, and it's been, by far, the best one. I was in New York for my sister's bachelorette party and one of her requests was to do an escape room.Maryann C.
I had already done 3 and didn't really have fun experiences. I always felt overwhelmed with too many clues and nowhere to start, only one order of actions to get to the end, and poor hints.
There were 8 of us ladies attending the party, and we chose The Vault based on our group size and based on the reviews I had read.
The girl who led us in did a good job explaining general rules and then got right into character as she led us in.
Overall, there were so many rooms to unlock and go into to. And the hints were helpful and clear, making it obvious how to connect everything.
We were able to work on different tasks and made out in 45 minutes. The room was well set up, everything felt high quality, and we all really enjoyed it. I highly recommend!
The Vault: So well done. I don't play a lot of video games, but I appreciated the attention to detail. My boyfriend spent the entire time oohing and aahing about the minutiae. Great puzzles, no video game knowledge required.Ellen D.
Had an awesome time with my cousins. We haven’t hung out in ages and this brought us back together in an instant. Challenging puzzles, friendly staff. Guaranteed success with great teamwork!Angela
Fun, but IMO could use some more difficulty. We had a party of 6 for Operation End of Days, which has a max size of 8. With 6 it often felt like there wasn't enough for everyone to do something, and we finished with 17 minutes to spare and no hints.Michael
I've done a lot of escape rooms. This was great (although easy for me. I have done over 30). The design was great and it was beautiful to save the world.Mark