The following escape rooms in Seattle are ADA compliant.
Had so much fun with the Mad Scientist Room today. First time doing an escape room as a family, and our 8 and 11 year old kids were able to contribute to most parts of the challenge. Only needed help once and finished with 9 seconds to spare! Highly recommended!Mike
I took my daughter and her two friends to the Mad Scientist adventure and we saved the world! It was fun and exciting for them. They are in 5th grade and did just fine figuring out clues! Take your kids to this experience... They will love it!!!!Kristina
We had a great time saving the world from Professor Manifesto's twisted invention! Our team was 3 kids ages 9-13, and 2 moms... and it was very fun collaborating and problem-solving together. I highly recommend Quest Factor!Emily
had so much fun. we didn't solve it... but we are definitely going back to get the job done!Lisa
Booked a team bonding event here for my office, and it was a lot of fun! We have a smaller team (6 people) so we felt this was the perfect activity. Ryan, the owner, was very friendly upon our arrival. The lobby area was huge and had a bunch of cool puzzles on the table to play with while you wait for your hour to start in the escape room.Olivia I.
We booked The Cell and I have to say, it was hard! But we still managed to figure out all the puzzles and were only 1 away from escaping, but overall, it was a lot of fun! The puzzles were hard, but once you figure one out, you have that "Aha!" moment and feel pretty good about yourself, lol. The puzzles and the escape room were very cleverly and creatively thought out, and I'd love to come back to try out the other escape room they have.
Thanks for a great time!
Oh what fun! Friends and did the Lost in Space room at The Escape Artist today and I have to say it was super fun! It complicated and exciting and oh gee, we barely made it out but at the last minute we did! Whew!Bonnie