Real Escape Rooms are WILDLY fun, completely immersive and difficult! They are made to stump you and require teamwork to find all the clues, and solve puzzles that lead to more challenges and more conundrums.
Escape Rooms are the ultimate team-building activity! After all – you are building a team to save lives… or even the world. In teams of 10 per session, students are put through scenarios that challenge their creative problem-solving, communication and teamwork skills.
Now our rooms are mobile and available to the college market exclusively through Neon Entertainment. We turn rooms on your campus into a bomb squad office or a genetic engineering laboratory.
- Access to Wi-Fi
- 3 outlets per room
- Approximately 225 square feet (15×15 foot room is perfect)
Send us a message to inquire about or to book Escape Rooms:
Q: How big does the room need to be to host the event?
A: Rooms should be at least 10×15.
Q: If I want to have multiple rooms do they need to be near each other?
A: If you have multiple rooms they should ideally be adjacent from one another.
Q: What other amenities should be available for the set up?
A: We require Wi-Fi, 2 outlets, 2 chairs, 2 tables in each room, and entry into the building 3 hours before the event starts.
Q: What levels do you offer for each room?
A: There are 5 different skill levels you can choose from, 1 being the easiest with all clues given to 5 with no clues given and more puzzles to be solved.
Q: How long does each room last?
A: Games last between 30-60 minutes.
Q: Where’s the best place to have this event?
A: The best place to have this event is classrooms, activity rooms, meeting rooms, business spaces, and more.
Cortlan Waters Bartley
“Nothing but rave reviews on my end… everyone I’ve talked to this morning loved it and recommended we do it again.”
Sacred Heart University
“The Escape Room went fantastic! Our students loved and asked for it to come back.Thank you again for everything! It was an awesome event.”
University of Pittsburgh – Johnstown
“Escape Rooms have been one of our most popular events so far this semester. Kids are already telling us to bring it back next year!”