An escape room is like an interactive puzzle. You have to find clues, solve puzzles and unlock items to reach your end goal or escape the room.
The escape rooms at 307 Mysteries are not scary. The story about the room might be scary, but the rooms themselves are not typically scary. Sometimes creepy.
Escape rooms are really designed for older teenagers and adults. They are often quite challenging for adults. Kids are welcome, but anyone under the age of 12 will need an adult in the room with them. (FYI - younger kids often work against you in an escape room by misplacing items/clues) We charge the same price for 6 and older.
The rooms are typically an hour long. Sometimes a special 30 minute room will be available.
We take cash or card when you come to the escape rooms. No checks.
Reservations are required for Wednesday and Thursday and recommended on the weekends. Walk-ins are welcome Friday, Saturday, and Sunday but if there is a certain room that you want or you have a large group then you should make a reservation. Last room must start 30 minutes before closing time.
You need at least 2 people. Some rooms can accommodate up to 5 people, some up to 6 or 8. If you have a large group, you can always split up into multiple rooms.
No, the doors remain unlocked. A couple of the rooms do not even have a door and are very open. You can always leave whenever you want to.