It’s January, and you might be in a little bit of a post-holiday slump. Now that all the Christmas and New Year’s events are over but you can’t enjoy the outdoors just yet, what can you do to have fun? If you love puzzles and challenges, there is nothing more fun than an escape room. And you don’t have to go far to try one out. You can have a great time nearby at Escape Springfield.
What to Expect
If you’ve never done an escape room before, here’s what to expect when you get to Escape Springfield. You and your group will be led into a room and “locked” in. Don’t worry. There’s an emergency key by the door if you ever need it.
You’ll have to use clues and codes all over the room to try to escape. You’ll have an hour once time starts. You need at least two people but can have up to eight or ten, depending on the room.
If you get stuck, don’t get frustrated. Your game master can monitor the room and hear your group, so you can ask for hints and clues. You and your group can work together and solve the puzzle!
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Play Again and Again
At Escape Springfield, there are three different escape rooms: the morgue, the attic, and trouble in store. It’s a great outing for friends, family, youth programs, and corporate team building. Escape Springfield is at 2501 Chatham Road, Suite 300, Springfield, Illinois.
If you’re looking for a team building activity but can’t bring your group to the facility, don’t worry. Escape Springfield can bring a whole different set of activities to other locations. You can also purchase at home escape games for friend or family gatherings. Your group will love working together to solve problems no matter where you are.
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