What is an escape game and how does it work?
Escape games are the hottest new trend taking over the country. First brought to the United States in 2012, escape games are a fun and exciting new challenge. Players’ brains and patience are tested as groups of 2-8 are locked in a room, and given exactly one hour to find clues, solve puzzles, and work together to escape the room before the time ends. You and your group must work together to crack the code and find your way out.
Am I really locked in a room?
Don’t worry! You are locked in the room, but a panic button will allow anyone to leave the room at any time.
Will there be other people in the room?
This depends on how many spots you book in the room. If 8 spots are available and you purchase 5, there are 3 spots left. In order to have the whole room to yourselves you must book all available spots.
How many people can play?
Each room requires a minimum of 2 players with a maximum of 8.
Do I need a reservation and how do I book a room?
Yes, reservations are required and must be made online. Click the “Book Now” button at the top of this page to book a room.
How early should I arrive?
Players should arrive 15-20 minutes before their booked time. Late arrivals may not have the time needed to escape or be allowed in their room. Please plan on spending a few minutes after the game for a quick photo by the Beach Escape Game wall.
What is the age limit?
The game is best suited for ages 12 and up but younger players can play with families. Players 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
What is the cost?
$28 per person + tax.
When and how do I pay?
Games must be paid online at the time of booking. See our “Book Now” page.
Do you handle large groups?
Yes, we accommodate corporate groups and large parties. Please email us with any questions or concerns about your group. The Beach Escape game is fantastic for team building exercises.
Where do I park?
There is free parking available in the lot directly behind the building.
*Persons who appear visibly intoxicated will be unable to participate.