- 235 Ratings
Escape the Niagara Adventure in Erie
Travel back in time as you work alongside your teammates to escape from a captured ship during a thrilling escape game scenario. Find the clues you need to make it out and save the day before the hour is up.
What You Will Do
- Take part in a wild escape room challenge where you put your wits to the test in a race against the clock
- Rally up your friends for a challenging game that forces you to work together if you want to escape
- Go back in time to 1813 where you're a captured spy, who must escape and warn Commodore Perry before he too is captured
- Solve puzzles and unlock codes that show you how to break out of the captain's quarters before it's too late
- Escape room game
Full refunds for cancellations made at least 48 hours in advance.
- 235 Ratings
So much fun! Can't wait to do more!
The overall experience was very good. None of our eight members had ever done an escape room before the Niagara. I didnt notice clue numbers but it may have helped by knowing we were on the right clue at the right time. Granted, our group spread out and did not focus on one thing at once but i personally had a difficult time knowing for sure the clue we were working on was not out of sequence. I have a second group going to a different game this coming weekend so we'll have some clue as to how to proceed.
The lantern broke and so we couldn't blow it out and open the box consequently we got off track right away. We had fun but definitely needed help to get back to solving the puzzle.
We had a lot of fun. We like this one better then the one we did first. We would do it again
A few things could have made the experience better, a place to start looking for the first clue would help a lot. Because if you happen upon a clue that is out of sequence it would really throw you off. Also a couple little things such as the bird cage already open and a laser pointer that had low battery power cost us time
The price is a little high, it was fun , I had a gift certificate. I probably would not have done it if I had to pay $25 per person.
The room was dimly lit and I had a hard time reading the maps and compass. The room was also pretty chilly however it did warm up after a while. Letters were worn off one of the lock so it was a little difficult to read the letters to open the lock. Overall it was a fun group activity.
our overall experience was very good. We previously did an escape room in Georgetown and we would rate that experience a bit higher, maybe because we had 4 in the room vs 8 this time, and with only 4 we could be more organized in solving the mystery and escaping the room.
Great fun, would recommend! The progression was a bit more linear (everyone working on the same puzzle at the same time) than some of the other rooms we have done in the past. Glad there were only 5 of us and not 8 or it would have felt pretty crowded. While I'm sure it was an accident, we were also mislead by some not requested misinformation provided to us by the individual observing our room. This set us back probably close to 10 minutes. Luckily we still made it out in time!