We went in the evening with our whole family – kids ages 15,13,11, and 9. We did the Da Vinci room and had a really great time. The pace was fast, so everyone stayed engaged and afterwards all 4 kids told me how much fun they had and that they would definitely want to come back. This was the first escape room that any of us had ever done, so I don’t have any direct comparisons, but the puzzles and clues were a good mix of easier ones and harder ones, with several that could be done at the same time, so that it was easy for everyone to contribute, and the game kept us on our toes until the very end. The staff was very friendly and explained the game very well so it was easy to get right into it. It’s a cool and different thing to do, and a great family activity. The place is located around the back of the shopping complex if you are having trouble finding it.
and the Medallion of Mystery
The Fortune Teller is away. She placed some puzzles in her studio to test if you are able to wield her most powerful possession. If you solve her puzzles, you will find her Medallion of Mystery which she will allow you to use to make one wish.
There has been an outbreak of a new fast moving disease in the Boston area. The Governor has given your team one hour to find a way to contain the spread and find a cure.
Your Art History professor has invited a group of his students to his office. He has a special fondness for da Vinci and puzzles. Find his clues and solve his puzzles to get extra credit in his course which you need to pass and graduate.