SO...WHAT'S THE SCENARIO?

Scenario Escape Room is what happens when you take a couple parts of adventure, mix it with equal parts entertainment and nerdery,  burn some critical thinking rosemary and teamwork cinnamon over it, squeeze some elaborate storyline zest in there, and pour it all in a chilled copper mug of fun.  

 

That probably doesn’t make much sense, but neither do escape rooms until you’ve tried one.  And if you’re gonna try one, it might as well be this one. So, yeah... Also a great activity for team building and all that stuff.  

FAQ

What’s an escape room?

-Check out the video AT THE TOP!  There's a good explanation and it rhymes.

 

Will I be locked in a room?

-No.  This is America.  You have the freedom to exit the way you came in, but hopefully you won’t want to.  

 

Is it scary?

-Our games are not horror themed, so you shouldn’t be scared unless you suffer from cherophobia (That’s a fear of fun.  I looked it up.)

 

Will I be playing with strangers?

-All of our games are private, so you’ll only be playing with strangers if you invite random people.  

 

Do I need any special skills or knowledge to play?

-No.  Everything you need to succeed in the game and in life, will be available at Scenario Escape Room.  

Can children play?

-YES!  We have games designed for players age 10+ and age 13+.  However, players 15 and under must be accompanied by at least one parent or legal guardian.  Anyone under age 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent/legal guardian before arriving and will not be admitted without a signed waiver.  Waivers are available here  

 

When should I arrive?

-Please plan to arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled game time!  Due to sanitization, you may not be permitted entrance until 10 minutes before your game.   

 

What if I’m late or can’t make it?

-All games start on time, so if you’re late, you’ll have less time for your game and all sales are final.  Games can be rescheduled with 48 hours prior notice.

 

Do you serve alcohol?

-No we do not.  Don’t get us wrong, we like to party.  But, drunk people break things and we reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone who seems too intoxicated to be operating a motor vehicle or babysitting my child.