New Escape Room Coming to the New Hampshire Seacoast
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Rescue a kidnapped antique dealer, figure out how to get out of the horror story you just woke up in filled with body parts and blood, or use items from an abandoned campsite to get to safety and meet the rescue helicopter after getting lost in the wilderness. But can you do it in 60 minutes?
Escape rooms are So! Much! FUN!
It's adrenaline-filled, heart-racing fun where you're locked in a room or series of rooms using wit, ingenuity, and sometimes good old fashioned luck to decipher clues, solve puzzles, and finally escape. How can you not love playing detective and being part of a live, fully immersive adventure?
Love this! Imagine your heart racing as you see 60 minutes count down so you better have a good team to work with.
Now maybe you're thinking, like I have: What happens after you've escaped from all the rooms whether you do two in one night or over a few weeks or months?
The Portsmouth Escape Room in the Seacoast has six rooms, usually. But it recently closed the door to a Roswell inspired room to start building a new escape room called The DOJO.
That's the key to a great escape room business. As they build new rooms the ever evolving choices remain current and keeps things fresh.
So even if aliens and UFOs are out of the picture for now, soon you can choose to accept a mysterious invitation to join a new martial arts academy that's not as it seems. Ooooooooooo, intriguing for sure.
Click here to read more. Meanwhile, if Portsmouth, New Hampshire is a bit far for you or you're looking for fresh rooms while you wait for this one to be completed, just googling 'escape rooms' for New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts over 30 popped up. Oh the choices!
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