Virtual Reality Escape Room
– 30 – 60 minutes
– $20 – $30
$20 for 30 minutes VR experience (1 person)
$30 for 60 minutes VR experience (up to 2 people, one person at a time)
Virtual Reality is an exciting way to visit places you’ve never been before in one of the most immersive experiences technology has to offer. Looking to give it a try? Room Escape DC/Fairfax proudly offers three individual Virtual Reality Escape Rooms to try.
1) Geist Manor: Playtime 16+ (Not “inappropriate”, just scary)
You wake up in an unfamiliar room, but as far as you can tell, it’s a little girl’s playroom. An eerie voice warns you that ‘mommy’ says that she’s only allowed to play until midnight. Unfortunately for you, it’s long past eleven. Will you be able to escape before a torturous, terrifying, time-out?
2) Lost Legends: Pharaoh’s Tomb
After years of seeking out the treasures of a forgotten pharaoh, you think you’ve finally found it. Unfortunately, after entering the seemingly safe tomb you hear the disembodied voice of the pharaoh himself and notice that the door you entered through is nowhere to be found. The pharaoh will let you live, but only if you can solve his puzzles quickly enough. Can you make it out of this ancient temple or will the you be history?
3) Subject X: Abduction
Best “Wow, I’m in VR!” Experience
Camping can be quite relaxing. Nothing but the sounds of the animals, nature, and…what is that? You walk out of your tent to see a machine in the sky unlike anything you’ve ever seen before, outside of science fiction movies. The next thing you know, you wake up in a small cell in the holding bay of an alien spaceship. You quickly realize that you’ve been selected as a test subject to measure the intelligence of alien beings. Lucky you. Success means a safe return to earth, but failure means you’re worth no more to the aliens than a specimen for dissection. Try Subject X: Abduction for a truly stellar experience.
IMPORTANT! Lengthy Virtual Reality Escape Room sessions may cause dizziness afterwards while your brain tries to remember what real-world physics are like. We strongly recommend waiting at least 20 minutes before driving.