Please arrive 15 minutes before your booking time.
- 166 Ratings
Illuminati Artifact Escape Room Adventure
Think fast as you hunt for a mysterious treasure in the library of a wealthy aristocrat rumored to be a member of the Illuminati. Decipher messages and clues to escape before the clock strikes zero.
What You Will Do
- Find a mysterious treasure before the hour is up during a fast-paced escape room challenge
- Put your thinking cap on to solve codes scattered throughout the room, which get you closer to escape
- Challenge your friends and family to a race against the clock where it's up to you to uncover the missing statue
- Escape room challenge
- 166 Ratings
From the moment we walked in, from the hostess to the experience, we had a blast!
Super family fun.
The staff was excellent to work with and the escape room unforgettable!
This was our group's first escape room and we really enjoyed it. We felt challenged, but we also completed it so we were happy! I chose Puzzle Workshop because it wasn't a scary escape room, and we didn't have to play with strangers if we didn't have a larger group.
Challenging but doable! Great four 4 people.
Without hints puzzle were very challenging.
Kevin was helpful and clearly explained everything. There were a variety of things to do that appealed to all of us.
Staff and facility was great. The actual puzzle was missing a piece, and one of our boxes were already unlocked prior to being solved.
Overall, I think this is a good escape room and I would definitely recommend this. The puzzles are well-thought out. The puzzles are pretty difficult and I would say maybe too difficult for the average person. That is why I think this gets 4 stars, instead of 5.. This will involve one difficult puzzle with 1 or 2 easy puzzles at any one point in the game to proceed. This causes people to stand around while one sub-group is trying to figure out the difficult puzzle. It is difficult to then update the people that have solved the easy puzzles to get them up to speed on the difficult puzzle. One other thing I don't like about this is that they allow unlimited hints, which essentially takes away the specialty of completing this since you theoretically just ask for the answers to everything. My team tried to do it without any, but we ended up only asking for 2 near the end as we were out of time.
Everything was great but the final puzzle to find the code to escape the room wasn't set up right. We plugged in what we thought was the code and the door was unlocked so the employee told us "oh that wasn't right, the door wasn't locked" so it kind of ruined the excitement of escaping
The puzzle was very linear :(
We wanted to get through without hints, but that was not possible. There were 2 things that were not something that could be reasoned out. Otherwise it was a good experience.
The room itself was well-crafted. However, there was a setup error that broke the immersion. Apparently, one of the owners had been showing off the room and misplaced one of the clues. So when we solved the corresponding puzzle the box was empty and the assistant had to come in and explain what had happened.