Cabin in the Woods Escape Room in Rochester

113 Ratings


per person

Grab your friends and your thinking caps for an exciting escape room experience. Get trapped in a room that resembles a creepy cabin with only an hour to break free.

Duration:  1hr
Cancellation:  No refunds for cancelled bookings
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  • Get into character as you pretend to come across a creepy cabin in the woods where you and your friends decide to enter
  • Feel the adrenaline rush as they door locks behind you and it’s up to your team to find the missing clues for a way out
  • Race around the clock with an hour to spare before you are locked away in the cabin forever

What's Included

  • Escape game

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113 Ratings
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4 Star
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Jan 29, 2023
Jan 29, 2023
It was a different type of escape room experience. The only thing I would suggest is to supply a mini whiteboard or pen and paper for somethings within the room.
Jan 29, 2023
Jan 22, 2023
we found the room to be really challenging, but super-fun to work through!
Jan 8, 2023
Clues were tough, but we had a good time!
Jan 7, 2023
We’ve done a number of escape rooms in the past and unfortunately, this was our least favorite. The “host” interrupted us several times to give us clues unprompted when we felt we hadn’t fully puzzled through possibilities enough to request a clue. Additionally, two of the clues in particular were extremely convoluted in a way that seems to be impossible to figure out without guidance. To us, that’s a flaw. Clues should be very challenging but not wholly illogical or unconnected to the plot line. We had three major issues with the game’s structure: 1) One would never use a mattress pump to clean a drain - the direction for which was among 9(!) on a to do list with none of the others being needed at all. There are so many creative ways that could have made that clue feasible without a host’s (again, unprompted) intervention and it was very disappointing. 2) A flat clue above eye level without some kind of stool, etc. to indicate that there might be something out of view to look for is both silly and impractical for shorter people. There were literally a million hiding spots (the sleeve of the security jacket comes to mind as somewhere interesting but not impossible for instance), locks, etc. where that clue could have been placed so that a puzzler had a chance of finding it independently. 3) the DEATH clue on the back of the shirt without blood spatter/a different font/something else to point you somewhere in the right vicinity was silly while the unutilized map was a missed opportunity. <also was that black light switch supposed to work, seems redundant to have such an obvious black light lamp overhead but then be given a flashlight instead…> Overall, not the experience we were hoping for. Felt unpolished and annoying compared to others that we’ve done. Sure, requesting a clue when you’re stumped totally makes sense. Love that, but getting MANY without asking because there are so many obvious roadblocks demonstrates a flaw in the puzzle itself.
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Dec 27, 2022
We were a little late and Dan called us and accomodated us . We appreciate his flexibility and we enjoyed our experience.


Meeting location:  200 Buell Rd


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