Escape Room Salem is an interactive escape room adventure that will test your wits and teamwork. Escape Room Salem has two different experiences that you can be a part of, Outbreak and the Dracula's Tomb. In the Outbreak, you will be given a room resembling a lab where you have to coordinate with your teammates to stop the spreading Zombie Outbreak and to cure the already affected Scientists while preventing them from escaping the room. In Dracula's Tomb, you have to embark on a journey in finding the resting place of the legendary Count Dracula and discover other hidden sacred objects to stop the Dracula's Vile curse from spreading. Sounds Interesting, ain't it? Join the riveting tale without further adieu and experience the adventure for yourself. Escape Room is most suited for a group of friends and families.
Escape Room Travel Tips
- Photography and videography are not allowed once you are inside the room.
- To book a whole room to yourself, contact the management.
Entrance Ticket Details For Escape Room
- The above-mentioned price is applicable to each adventure.
- The price of the combo ticket that provides access to both the adventures is different.
- Contact the management for detailed info on the ticket prices.
How to Reach Escape Room
- Rent a car or hire a taxi.
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3.91% of people who visit Salem include Escape Room in their plan
75% of people start their Escape Room visit around 3 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Escape Room
50% of people prefer walking in order to reach Escape Room
Escape Room Reviews & Ratings
I came here a few months ago but had a less than pleasant experience. The location and room was well decorated but the some of the puzzles were an odd combination of worn/unworkable. Other puzzles were fairly obvious on how to solve. Our biggest issue was at the end of the room, being asked to “turn out our pockets” to make sure we didn’t steal any keys, locks, etc. I can totally understand a business owner wanting to protect their assets, but I didn’t appreciate the accusation after we had just paid them.
We were able to walk-in and do their Outbreak room just the two of us on a Saturday late afternoon. A couple of chairs in the lobby would be nice while waiting, but overall no complaints. The room itself was fine, I'll chalk it up to personal experience, we've done about thirty rooms and this was an average room. One of the containers was set so close to the combination that when we solved the puzzle we only had to nudge one of the letters/numbers to open it. Had we glanced at the container we may not have needed to solve that particular puzzle. The final container didn't operate quite right, but that was our error not the game's. Overall Outbreak was an average, enjoyable game with nothing overly complicated and the two of us got through with about 20 minutes left on the clock. They have one other room, while I would not drive the hour (for us) solely to try the second room, we would go back for the second room if we were already going to be in Salem.
Extremely fun and good and the staff were nice
Really fun room and well themed. The instructions did get us confused when we were not supposed to touch stuff on the walls but that stopped us from progressing. Employees could be more enthusiastic but fun anyways
Fun time. Puzzles aren't so hard that they take away from enjoying the experience. The decorations/props are a little rough and are directly responsible for part of the initial talk with the person who runs it.