The following escape rooms in Washington, D.C. are ADA compliant.
The hardest room is not hard because the puzzles are too challenging but because the protocols for entering correct combinations were not explained or clear and some puzzles opened incorrectly. Also it’s very hard to see and there is one flashlight that intermittently worked. Our first clue was solved in a few minutes but because of an issue with how to enter it in the keypad it wasted almost 20 minutes. No wonder people do not escape. The hints given were not relevant.Robin Mansour
The game masters are unenthusiastic.
The experience left everyone with a bad taste in their mouth.
We escaped today and it was such a fun challenge! One of my favorite escape room experiences so far.Daniela
We enjoyed the Mayday room very much. The puzzles were interesting and challenging, and the set was really well done. The staff person Khalilah was friendly and helpful.Chris
My husband and I and 4 friends booked the Budapest Express and Mansion Murder rooms. They were very challenging, but a lot of fun. We escaped with less than ten minutes to spare in each room. Also, the staff was very friendly. We all agreed that it was a great experience and we will definitely be back to try the other rooms.david
We had a great time trying to escape the Murder in the Mansion. The puzzles kept us guessing and there were plenty of surprises to be had. We ultimately did not escape the room or the case, but had a lot of fun. The staff was very helpful and friendly!Jonathan
The staff was so helpful and considerate. My wife and I attempted "The Budapest Express" room with 4 children and it was a tremendously fund experience. I would definitely recommend for adults AND adults with children. Everyone was able to play a part in finding our escape!jasonmathias