Choose one of the 27 escape rooms available in and around Tucson! Escape rooms are perfect for any occasion: a night out with friends, a date, a birthday celebration or a team-building activity. Search for clues, solve puzzles and work together to uncover the mystery – it’s time you escaped the room!
Escape game: Serial Killer
Our family of 4 did the Serial Killer room and really enjoyed it. The way you begin will make any group rethink their choice (heads covered, handcuffed, and chained to a wall) which seems unsettling but it isn't. You work together as team, solve riddles, unlock clues, and try to get out in time. Alot of fun and would highly recommend. We will return on our next visit to Tucson!Brad
Escape game: Mad Medicine
We did Mad medince it was so much fun. Very challenging. We beat the clock by 45 seconds. It was great family time and everyone enjoyed.Insana
Escape game: The Witching Hour
My favorite room in Tucson! The staff here is attentive and friendly, the Witching Hour has a spooky vibe and bewitching puzzles. I loved the secret reveal!Stephany
Escape game: Zombie Lab
This review comes from a group that has completed about 20 escape rooms across the nation, including in cities such as Orlando, St. Louis, Las Vegas. We have encountered some so-so rooms, some decent rooms, and some amazing rooms.Sarah
What we LOVE - They don’t mix you with strangers in the rooms! That is awesome!
This room, the Zombie Lab, was a little bit of a disappointment for us. We had previously done, over several years, both the Bank Heist and the Western room at this venue. The western themed room has the best theming of them all, as it is the most immersive, though even there you’ll see odds and ends that appear to be incomplete, like a certain ceiling tile installation/work-around that looks sloppy.
First off - TONS of locks. Locks, locks, locks! That is typical of many entry-level rooms. The puzzles ARE fun, but not many of the puzzles relate to the stories! It seems like the rooms are decorated, and then filled with a hodgepodge of random puzzles that don’t actually contribute to the theme or the story. You’re walking around thinking, “How is this puzzle related to the story at all?”
Another aspect that is a bit of a letdown: Having to watch an intro video in the lobby in front of other groups. It’s just awkward standing around a television next to the counter to watch a poorly written (and full of grammatical errors and misspellings!) video before entering the room.
Lastly, it would be nice if the employees conveyed some enthusiasm for the job at hand. The instruction segment given to each group by the employee is too long and rushed. It’s a LOT of talking for them, and they talk fast to get through it, which is just annoying for everybody. The instructions should be more concise.
Our favorite to least favorite room at his ensue: #1 Wild West (We were told the owners built this one themselves - They’ve obviously learned a lot from running the other two rooms) #2 The Bank Robbery #3 Zombie Lab
Escape game: Unlocking Winter Magic
Surprised by the glowing reviews of this room. My group of five has done about 20 escape room across the nation, and this was not the worst we've done, but not the best.Sarah
The decor looked old, dirty, and worn out. It also seemed quite sparse, like someone threw this room together hastily in their garage or something. The puzzles were okay, but one of them seemed completely nonsensical and we're not sure how average folks are intended to guess how it works without assistance.
Maybe we're dumb, but there's only one room we didn't completely in our entire history of playing escape games; And we rarely ever ask for clues..So, who's to say?
I would recommend the Six Shooter room over this one any day. Also - Locks locks locks galore! Not our favorite escape room attribute.
Escape game: Six Shooter Bunk House
Went with a group of 5, and we are all old hats at escape rooms. We've probably done about 20 so far in Vegas, St. Louis, Orlando, Phoenix, etc. This room was okay for a Tucson escape room. It was better than two other Tucson rooms we tried last weekend.Sarah
The decor was very good - It did get you feeling like you were in the old west and there were some fun trinkets to look at.
The downside for my group was that the puzzles/clues did not seem realistic - they were quite random and left us wondering things like, "Why on earth would a person write that bit of info on that item??" "Why would a person ever hide that thing in this way?" The puzzles and clues just weren't realistic at all. So if you are particular about authentic scenarios, you may be a bit underwhelmed here.
If you don't care about practical story-lines and game play, then you will probably really enjoy this room!