Booking Information

Tickets

You have to make your reservation at least one hour before the scheduled time. It’s a good idea to have everyone in your group purchase their tickets quickly. Alternatively, you can have one person make a reservation for the entire group

Number of Players Per Game

Maximum number of players is set to 10 for The Heist and 8 for The Experiment. If you have more players than what is available, please contact us for assistance

Parking

Free 2 hour parking (lot & underground)

Company Events, Birthday Parties, Reunions

We gladly host events for bigger groups and special occasions. Simply call 970-481-2389 or send us an e-mail to Boulderescape5280@gmail.com

Payment Method

Currently we only accept online credit card payments at the time you book your reservations. The cost is $28 per person

Arrival

Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled game time

My friends and I had so much fun. We tried out The Experiment, which was super interesting and challenging. The clock started to run down but we made it out with 11 minutes to spare. Will definitely have to try another one!
Kendall Snow
Kendall Snow
13:19 11 Mar 18
We had a lot of fun escaping the experiment room. Very cool concept. Each puzzle led to next until we escaped. Can't wait to try the other rooms. Highly recommend for a hour of fun!
Drew Miles
Drew Miles
02:50 16 Jan 18
We did Weird Heritage and the Dark Room and they were both awesome! We definitely needed some help to get going but it was so much fun. The puzzles were all really unique and the backstories were cool. I was worried initially that some of the people in the group wouldn’t be into it but everyone had a lot of fun. Also, because the tasks were so varied, everyone got their moment to be the “hero” since we’re all good at different things. It was a really great group activity that I highly recommend.
Kaitlin Bair
Kaitlin Bair
04:43 30 Dec 17
This place is AMAZING! The puzzles were hard, but fun! The owner/operator was extremely kind and helpful. I would recommend ROOM 5280 for anyone 12 and older. I will definitely be coming back :)
Joelle Rudder
Joelle Rudder
19:39 13 Jan 18
So much fun!! Best escape room I've done yet. Perfect combination of tangible puzzles along with word riddles. I can't wait to go back!
Shannon Guerra
Shannon Guerra
00:50 29 Jan 18
This was my first time doing an escape room with our friends, and it was so creative, fun, intriguing, and innovative! Lots of laughs and screams, very exciting and exhilarating! Our host was awesome and very comedic, he made it so fun. Definitely would recommend this for anyone!
Lauren Kimberly Scheller
Lauren Kimberly Scheller
03:34 17 Mar 18
Our family was in town and looking for something to do to kill some time. We did the experiment room and had a great time. Our host was very good and amusing. We did escape with a few hints from the host. It was the first escape room experience for most in our group, and they all loved it. I would highly recommend.
Amber Crowley
Amber Crowley
06:57 08 Apr 18
We had such a great time that we did two rooms. We'll definitely be going back to do the rest. The front door puzzle was by far the hardest.
Jason McWilliams
Jason McWilliams
01:24 02 Apr 18
We came for our company party and it was SO awesome! They accommodated us in all of the best ways. Our host was amazing, funny, and very helpful!(?) will be back!! #weescaped
Kodi Wadginski
Kodi Wadginski
03:19 07 Apr 18

Adventure vs. Escape Rooms

Adventure rooms and escape rooms are two genres or terms that seem interchangeable even mutually exclusive, but they are a little different. While they both rely on the concept of being locked in a room, working as a team, employing some lateral thinking to use a series of clues and puzzles, solve challenges and overcome various obstacles with a final objective in mind; engineer an escape. The difference really is mostly in the game.

Live escape room games are puzzle-oriented rely heavily on physical challenges that have a complicated finale. Adventure rooms Boulder games, on the other hand, do not have a strict time limit, clues, or visual locks but feature interactive sets that use cinematic immersions to bring the adventures as seen on the silver screen to life. They are both exhilarating to try

Unlike live escape game rooms, most adventure rooms are within easy reach of Boulder’s city center, but that is not to mean that you won’t be met with a bit of struggle at the entry because room escape adventures are very popular. Escape live Boulder games have also become the go-to team building activity option for many companies that are looking to evaluate employees problem-solving skills, encourage teamwork among coworkers, and locking them in a room and watching them escape also helps assess how well they respond to high-pressure situations.

To succeed in an escape room CO make-believe challenge such as neutralizing a bomb or recovering stolen money, a team must work together and sift through all the hidden clues or puzzles. While some escape room games try to make the experience slightly scary, the whole idea is to provide visual and intellectual stimulation as well as a bit of a thrill that plays into the time crunch rush.

All great escape rooms have certain things in common, keeping players engaged from start to finish. For example, in live escape games, players can completely immerse themselves in a virtual world where they can live-stream themselves on various sites even post completed games on YouTube for others to watch and comment on. Which is where many developers of live escape rooms or adventure rooms Boulder games face the biggest challenge of coming up with the most ingenious ways of ensuring that the theme, the location, and the rooms create an engaging atmosphere from the outset because if the story isn’t relevant to the space, all plans will be lost in translation.

Think of a well-built escape room as a story piece that is determined by a liner or a multilinear puzzle concept where players can solve a series of complex mysteries and has either a singular or several paths that all lead to one objective, getting out in time. Players need to feel like they are in a different world or watching a thrilling book. If a team comes out of an escape room CO game high-fiving each other, then you will know that the environment provided them with stimulation and most importantly, fun!