Flagstaff Escape Rooms Offer Fun Teambuilding Experience

Flagstaff Escape Rooms Offer Fun Teambuilding Experience

A new hot spot for entertainment and date nights has opened its doors in Flagstaff.

Flagstaff Escape Rooms recently opened on Yale Street, giving locals and visitors alike the chance to be challenged and work together as a team.

The business is centered around computer games that “lock” players in a room and challenge them to uncover clues to escape in one hour or less. Teamwork is required to solve the riddle, and escape rooms across the country are quickly gaining popularity for businesses, groups and more. No one is actually physically locked in a room, but the simulation goes a long way in inspiring collaboration.

Every few weeks, the game gets a new theme, whether it be a murder mystery or a pirate kidnapping attempt. Often called a brain workout and mental puzzle, the Flagstaff Escape Rooms are currently set for adults and children over the age of nine. Participants can ask for clues if they get stuck as time is ticking. If the puzzle is not solved within an hour, a game master will explain the solution to the group.

One misconception is that escape rooms are like haunted houses, with scary frights and people hiding behind doors. Scaredy-cats can rest assured this is not the case.

Currently, Flagstaff Escape Rooms does not accept walk-ins and requires a reservation made at least 24 hours in advance. Players can book an entire room for up to ten people for $230 or individual spots for $25 per person. The experience can be even more fun and challenging if guests work with strangers.

The new Flagstaff Escape Room (1501 Yale Street Suite 200) is open from noon to 10 p.m. on Friday, and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, please visit the official website. 

Flagstaff Escape Rooms (1501 Yale Street Suite 200) does not take walk-ins — you must book a room or a spot online 24 hours in advance, Monteverde said. Players can book an entire room for $230 or individual spots for $25 per person. A room holds about 10 people. If you don’t book an entire room, you may find yourself working with strangers, which can still be a lot of fun.

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