Escape Room Rating: 81%
In the early 1700’s on a dark and stormy night, the infamous Black Bart and his crew have set anchor and gone ashore after months at sea. You’ve heard tales that Black Bart has a treasure map of immeasurable value hidden in his quarters. His boat, the Royal Fortune, bounces angrily in the waves, beckoning you – daring you, to come aboard and find the treasure. But you know if you’re caught, walking the plank will be the last thing you do. Can you and your crew brave the storm and sneak into the captains quarters, find the map and get out before the captain and his crew return?
With an expansion soon underway, Beat the Room has found a delightful blend of lock and key clues and immersive set design to maximize their current space. Along with 221b Baker Street, Captain's Quarters is an objective based room to find a treasure map, not your traditional find the last clue and "escape" type room. Discovering secret compartments, unorthodox uses of pirate-related props, and an engaging clue delivery system will captivate your team. Beat The Room does a good job of splitting the difference between advanced escapers—who can attempt to make it on the leader board, and new escapers, who will finally understand what all of the escape room hype is all about.
- Engaging sound and special effects
- Maximized use of space and elaborate set design
- Ideal for beginners and families
- Booking: $29 per person or $232 for private group
- Hints: No limit (Max of 2 if you want to contend for monthly leader boards) given via Parrot
- Capacity: 2-6