Dracula’s Library

7.8 Overall
Room Quality
Puzzle Design
Users (1 vote) 7

Dracula's Library

  • Played October 2015
  • Toronto

  • 45 minutes
  • 2-7 players
  • $27 (Has Facebook discount)
  • 2 hints

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Dracula’s Library at Captive Escape Rooms takes place in New Orleans in 1862 where you’re on a hunt for the world’s oldest vampire. Upon arrival, the staff are friendly and the waiting area has a seating section with a small selection of board games. Similar to the Charlotte room, Dracula’s Library has a fairly simple puzzle design with various locks and little technology. However, don’t let that fool you. The room itself is well designed with smooth transitions from one puzzle to the next. The whole process is challenging but with an intuitive structure. The room itself was designed and decorated to suit the theme well and allows you to really immerse yourself into the experience of Dracula’s Library. Captive have once again managed to create a challenging low-tech room with great flow and design. A perfect starter room for beginners who have yet to move up to the more tech savvy rooms.

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  1. Marc says:

    Thanks for the review. Greatly appreciated as we are looking to check out an escape room adventure for my two daughters (12 & 16), a friend (12) and me. None of us have ever been to an escape room. Great to have some extra info before dropping a fair bit of cash. But most of all, I hope this will be a fun, challenging experience. With your input, I’m really looking forward to trying this. Thanks again.

  2. Mable Pam says:

    Would highly disagree with such a high rating! The decor was sparse, with no effort to create a theme feel. The puzzles were mediocre at best, either easy or too random (making you say “What? Why would that be a thing?!”). Definitely not worth $30 for 45 min (or the 30 the 2 of us took to solve it). It is a $15 room.

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