Bring Your Friends And Family To Escape This Live

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January19, 2017

With freezing temperatures and slushy streets, it can be difficult to find an activity for the entire family to enjoy. Thanks to Escape This Live! Boise, friends and family can enjoy each other’s company while stretching their skills and knowledge.

Escape This Live! Boise escape room

Escape This Live! Boise is an interactive game that involves being locked in a room with up to 10 people. Participants have only 60 minutes to solve the clues given to find the key that unlocks the door.

Take a look at Escape This Live! Boise’s Facebook page, and you’ll see photos of the teams that made it, and didn’t make it, out of the room. From families to couples to groups of friends, this game can be enjoyed by all!

There’s two themed rooms to choose from for your escape.

Take to the high seas in the Queen Anne’s Revenge room. This pirate-themed game invokes players to use strategy, and solve puzzles and games, before Blackbeard arrives!

You’ll feel like you have stepped onto a ship when you enter this room. A pirate flag and map hang on the walls, while a skull sits on a shelf.

Travel to the 19th century in the Wild West Saloon room. Wanted ads cover the walls, and a grandfather clock stands ready to strike the hour.

You’re a part of a gang of outlaws that have entered the saloon of a ghost town. You must escape the saloon in 60 minutes before Sheriff Rosco appears to arrest you all!

In case you are afraid of claustrophobia, a spare key is always placed next to the door so that participants can leave whenever they choose.

Every room has a four person minimum, as Escape This Live! Boise found that smaller groups were unable to get out in the allotted time.

You can book a private room if you have a group of more than 4 people, or a public room if you don’t have enough people to form a team.

You can often find GroupOn deals for Escape This Live! Boise. Check the website here before purchasing your tickets for the game.

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Janet Jameyson

In her previous career as an organizing consultant to Fortune 500 companies, Janet Jameyson took the stress out of her clients' lives. Her goal is to bring that same organized professionalism and high....

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