Build Better Teams
Escape rooms are a great way for your staff, school, club or organization to get out for a high-quality, team building exercise. We offer businesses, groups, and organizations intense cooperation and teamwork experiences. Each game offers live-action entertainment that allows groups to work together to solve numerous challenges. We can facilitate a thrilling and engaging, collaborative, problem-solving experience that participants will be talking about for weeks.
How it works
Escape rooms are a type of live, physical adventure game in which people are "locked" in a room with other participants. They have to use elements of the room to find clues, solve a series of puzzles, and escape the room within 60 minutes. This promotes creativity under pressure and improves team morale. You will succeed by working together, but can they escape the room in time?
Book Team Building
We would love to host your next event! One Way Out currently offers three escape rooms with a fourth one opening in July. The current rooms are The Lost Professor, The Experiment & Railway Robbery, all of which accommodate up to 10 people. Private team building events at One Way Out are $200 for the first room and any additional rooms on the same booking are $150 each. Reduced pricing is available for non-profits and educational institutions.
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*We do not provide catering, but we will be happy to recommend nearby places that do!
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"This was SO fun! We did this as a group teambuilder, and it was a great bonding experience!" -Luna8537, TripAdvisor Reviewer
“Great event for Team Building!” -Scatterbrain419, TripAdvisor Reviewer
"Loved our team-building experience with One Way Out! The staff was incredibly helpful, friendly, and organized, which isn't always easy for a crowd of 30."
"The puzzles were inventive, challenging (without being frustrating), and very conducive to teamwork. We had a blast!" -Facebook Reviewer