720 I Street SE, Washington DC 20003 ()
I've been to Escape Artist DC on two occasions - once with my family (8 people total) and once with friends (4 people total). In both instances, my group was the only one in the room, which was nice. This is a great team-building, critical thinking, and fun experience - even if we didn't make it out in time from one of the rooms. The owners will be changing the rooms/clues every few months which will allow people to go back for repeat visits to try a new challenge. It's nice to have an option for something different to do on an afternoon or evening out. The location is great as Barrack's Row restaurants/bars are just around the corner. Highly recommend this for families, friends, coworkers, etc.Sarah0101
The Asteroid Bill has passed the senate and the Concorde project is on schedule. Esteemed scientist Kumar has been found dead and rumors of foul play are rife. As the plot (and the smog) thickens, there are many players involved who have a motive to kill Kumar including Frederick O'Connor as his wife is having an affair with his buddy Kumar. On the other hand, Mrs. O'Connor has a lot at stake in terms of her political ambitions if the affair becomes public.
You will be playing the role of an Oil Lobbyist working for Axeon Corp and break into Mr. O'Connor's office in order to obtain evidence surrounding Kumar's demise and use it as a leverage to thwart the Concorde project. You must find the evidence and the key to escape the office— all in 45 minutes!