Forgotten Government Laboratory Escape Room Game in Eerie

  • 156 Ratings

Break free from an old, secret lab before it's too late during an exciting escape room challenge. Solve the right clues and puzzles to make it out before your hour is up.

Duration: 1 hour
Cancellation: 2 days in advance.

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
  • Solve puzzles and unlock codes that show you how to break out of the room before this secret government lab fills with gas

What's Included

  • Escape room game

Additional Information

  • Full refunds for cancellations made at least 48 hours in advance.

Customer Reviews

  • 156 Ratings

  • Chris

The game was great and challenging. We had numerous problems with several of the locks which caused us to doubt our analysis of the clues and waste a lot of time. The attendant was very helpful and we were able to get out of the room in time. After the game was over the attendant tried a few of the locks and was unable to get 1 of them to work. This is the second time doing an Escape Game room and even though the locks were very frustrating we will be back and would recommend it to anyone. The first time we did a room we didn’t listen to the youngest kids and it turned out they were right about many things. This time the adults listened.

March 14, 2018

  • Staci

We love doing these...but it's always just my spouse and myself in a group of strangers (generally who all know each other) our thoughts/uses are often ignored and we are left to try and figure something out by ourselves or wait until they realize we had a suggestion worth trying. Would be better if rooms were available for only 2 people....or whatever "group" size is preferred and not stuck with strangers with different personalities/skills/etc.

January 8, 2018

  • Paul

Was fun, but focused a little too much on number combinations and padlocks. Also felt the room decor could be improved.

September 18, 2017
23 W 10th St, Erie, PA 16501, USA