10 Best Escape Rooms in Massachusetts
Escape rooms provide a great way for a group to test their skills at problem solving. Once the clues have given way to answers, the group “escapes” the room. A perfect example of the importance of teamwork, escape rooms provide a lot of fun. The following Massachusetts escape rooms are the best in the state. Will you be able to solve it in time?
Three rooms await adults at Puzzled Escape Games, and one is designed specifically for children. Choose from Find the Professor of the Occult, Escape from Escobar’s, and the Lost Wand. The kid’s game is a different version of the Lost Wand. All games take up to one hour to complete and can accommodate up to 10 players.
Players have just 60 minutes to find hidden objects, solve clues, and figure out the puzzles to win freedom from their room. Do you have what it takes to win at Escape the Room Boston? Three rooms await your problem-solving skills.
Choose from Cell Block 4, the Great Museum Heist Caper Job or the Hole when you visit Wicked Escapes. The first two involve an hour, during which you’ll solve puzzles and decipher clues in order to win your escape. The Hole involves no lights whatsoever, and 30 minutes to find your way out.
Two escape adventures await you at Curious Escape Rooms. The Doll House is designed for 4-8 players. The Video Store will accommodate 4-10. Each allows up to an hour for solving clues and making your great escape.
Can you escape before your time runs out? That’s the question asked of every player at Escape Games Worcester. Choose from three options when you visit—Museum, Crime Scene or Conspiracy. Which one seems most enticing to you?
Four amazing escape rooms await players at Room Escapers Boston. Choose from the Pirate’s Booty II: The Lost Ship, Organized Chaos, the Chymist, or Streaming. Check the website before calling, as the last three of these rooms are set to open shortly. Weekends sell out fast, so plan ahead.
If the name of this facility is enticing, you’ll positively love the rooms at Time Warp Escape Rooms. Go back to your choice of the 1920s, the 1960s, or the 1980s, and then test your skills to escape back to the present. You have exactly 60 minutes to do so!
Escape from Death Row or experience the Art of the Heist at Amaze Escape. The first is designed for 3-6 players, with the second accommodating up to 10. Each option allows a maximum of 60 minutes for figuring out how to escape. Do you have what it takes?
Choose from Spellcaster and the Outbreak at Escape Room Salem. Plan a family fun night or a friend’s birthday party, and make this escape challenge a big part of the fun. Children 14 and under must have a parent or guardian accompany them while they play.
You’ll have 60 minutes to crack the code at the Gate Escape, and free yourself and your teammates from the Assistant or DJ Death. Put on your thinking cap and brush up on your mystery solving expertise. Pick your room and start plotting your escape.