|Address:||1441 Dresden Dr #230, Atlanta, GA 30319, USA|
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First time escape attempt for my cousin and me. We tried the King Tut tomb and were put in along with a family of 4. So there were 6 of us where there could have been 10. None of us had ever done an escape room adventure. The experience was awesome. Our expertise not so good. We would be in jail right now since we had a long ways to go when our time ran out. But the experience was amazing!!! You totally forget that there is an outside world as you try to figure out clues. It was not a physically demanding experience, but certainly a logistic and creative think outside the box adventure. Every once in a while our voice from the outside would offer us advice when we had solved a piece and had no clue what to do with the answer. When we had solved a part of the means to get to the next step of getting out of the tomb before the authorities came to arrest us the whole team was hyped. Very soon after the initial meeting with 4 strangers and entering the "tomb" we were working with each other as if wed known each other forever. I would love to do this again and highly recommend it for anyone old and young. It was a total immersion experience. The staff were very helpful and professional. The facility was clean and safe. All in all an awesome place to go.
Took my 14-yr-old daughter and five friends for birthday fun, and we had a really good time! The guys who checked us in/read us the rules were friendly and professional and a lot of fun. We were in King Tuts Tomb, and the imagery and props were unique and "authentic". We did not escape, unfortunately, but we had fun working out the clues and puzzles. They could be a bit challenging, but if they were too easy then everybody would escape. I think we know more now and have a better chance at escaping the next time we attempt a room. What I would change about the rooms would be to number the clues somehow, or link them by a symbol, so you know which clue goes with which puzzle. With so many in the room things got picked up and moved around and when I approached something a couple of times my first question was "wheres the clue that goes with this one?" If you work together though, losing clues isnt an issue because you all look at them together. So we learned! Definitely a fun time! Well go back to Time to Escape with family during the holidays.
I did the Al Capones Speakeasy room with a group of 7, ranging in age from 19 to 54, and we had a great time! Some of us are escape room veterans and have done more than 25 rooms, and we think this experience was definitely among the top. If youre familiar with the usual escape room format, this particular experience is different in that there is a live actor in the room with you, and everyone has an assigned character/role and extra individual side quests to complete. Those elements add a lot to the game. Andrew was our "bartender," and he was phenomenal! It was fun to banter with him, and having the game master/host in the room with us made it exponentially more immersive, since we could get hints from him, all in character and in the context of the game, rather than using a walkie-talkie or camera system for clues. I would definitely recommend this game and this company. If I had it to do over again, I might even dress up in a speakeasy-appropriate costume...
Room: King Tuts Tomb Group size: 4 Experience: 15 escape rooms Escaped: Yes Pros: Beautiful room and props Great theme for an escape room - felt Indiana Jones-esque. Several very unique puzzles - not just repetitive lock bashing. Good combination of logic puzzles and physical puzzles. great staff - allowed us to make some last minute changes - very accommodating :) Cons: Small building, so this room shared a wall with another escape room as well as the front hallway, so we could hear the folks in there talking and making a good bit of noise - sort of breaks the immersion and concentration, but most likely unavoidable given the location. One multi-part puzzle didnt seem to be solvable logically - required the staff to coach us through it (without our asking). Maybe if it were a little less vague it would be nice. Still not bad by any means. Overall, would recommend.
We traveled to Atlanta for a family weekend get away and we were looking for fun stuff to do.Time to escape was the best choice we made for our trip, Dan the owner made us feel very welcomed and explained everything to us so we could understand, as this was our first escape experience. We did the Alcatraz room and there was never a dull moment for the time we were in there, all the clues and different obstacles we had to overcome kept all of us intrigued again this was the highlight of our weekend.And yes we did escape!!!!Dan the owner even took a family picture at the end for us we did not even have to ask I would recommend doing this if you are in Atlanta very easy to find and no trouble parking.Thank you Time To Escape for a family adventure we will never forget!!
My husband and sister and I were kid free and on a rainy day this was the absolute PERFECT thing for us to have fun! We did King Tuts Tomb and had way more fun than I ever anticipated. I highly recommend this for anyone! I cant wait to go back and do the other 2 escapes. We somehow managed to solve it with just over a minute remaining. I get a little funny in tight dark spaces (anxious really) but the room was large and very well ventilated! I could feel the air and I was not anxious at all. I loved the details of the room and the lanterns were an awesome touch! It was a difficult puzzle but we all had so much fun and tons of laughs while solving it! I am also 9 months pregnant and was able to do everything it involved
It was a good room and well designed but I was not happy with the way our booking was handled. I booked a room for my husbands birthday that had 8 spots available online and I booked 7 of them, not imagining that a single person would book the last spot. When we got there with our friends, thinking wed have the room to ourselves, there were two people added to our room. I wouldve filled up the whole room with our friends if id known they would add another spot just to make more money. I have heard from others than they have had the same experience, thinking they had filled the room and got there to find that Time to Escape had added more people to it. Dishonest.
Immersive experience. With three great escape rooms, all set in a different theme and date in time, it was very hard to decide which room to accomplish first. We did the Escape from Alcatraz room, which had a great back story and the room with the music and sounds of guards talking, truly made you feel you were living the experience. If you are in Atlanta and are interested in escape rooms this location is a MUST. We will be sure to return to try the other few rooms and any new room to come. P.S. If you get a chance to meet the founder Dan, get to know him, hes a very interesting guy with creative ideas.