The discovery of a workshop believed to belong to Leonardo DaVinci, seemingly lost to the sands of time, as well as debated passionately over its very existence has been coming up in the whispers of thieves. New evidence that has surfaced on the black market indicating this discovery could offer priceless works of art or inventions of DaVinci’s. Secrecy and deceit is running amuck. Thieves may not be far behind. Works of DaVinci adorn the untouched workshop, although most with some subtle differences than the versions you’ve studied in history books and observed in museums. Could these clues and puzzles Leonardo himself has left behind for the worthy party that he knew (or hoped) would someday find his room? It’s up to you and your team to solve DaVinci’s Mystery and make sure this historical discovery is saved from the clutches of evil!
Difficulty – ? /5
Lighting – Medium/Semi bright
This room is challenging and requires out of the box thinking and good teamwork to complete. This room uses a mix of electronics and standard locks.
Welcome to the Pleasant City Hotel. After the fire of 1953 and the complete loss of the 13th floor, the Pleasant City Hotel has opened its doors once again. While normally a friendly and quiet hotel, some guest staying on the 12th floor claim to hear strange noises above them. Today is yet another anniversary of that tragic fire. As we send you to the 12th floor of this grand hotel, we must warn you, some guest never make it to their rooms and some never make it back down. We hope you can help us discover what is causing these strange events before more guest disappear.
Difficulty – 4.5/5
Lighting – Low/Dim
This room is not meant to be scary but it is creepy and dimly lit. The room is great for all levels of players and features a mixture of standard locks and electronics.
The London based notorious detective has disappeared. His house at 221b Baker Street is empty. Metropolitan Police is overwhelmed; many cases remain unresolved because of Sherlock’s absence. Decrypt all the hidden messages in his office and find where Sherlock is. What happens when the victim of the greatest case in the world is its greatest detective?
Difficulty -4.5 /5
Lighting – Medium/Semi bright
This room is challenging and requires out of the box thinking and good teamwork to complete. It is recommended for experienced players. This room uses a mix of electronics and standard locks.
Mystery At The Museum
In 1929, the curator of The Watley Museum, Andrew Wentworth led an excavation in the deserts of Egypt. There in The Valley of Kings, he discovered a series of tombs containing hundreds of treasures dating back thousands of years. Now, nearly 90 years later, these priceless artifacts have been gathered together for this magnificent exhibit. As the staff at The Watley Museum prepares the treasures for display, you and your group have been invited to a behind the scenes tour of the basement research facilities at The Watley. You’ve always wanted to explore the basement of the museum, but as the tour begins the doors lock behind you. You have 60 minutes to solve the mystery at the museum and find your way out!
Difficulty – 4.3/5
Lighting – Full/Bright
A great room with a little something for everyone. Escaping the curse can be difficult, but always fun as you work your way through an excellent mixture of puzzles featuring a bit more technology than some others but still mixed with standard locks.
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