Civil War is by far the KC team’s highest-rated room. You may find rooms that are better in one area or another, but everything considered, Breakout hit the mark perfectly with this one.
If you go to Breakout Lawrence… and you feel like doing more than one room, do Y2K first, because it will be put a smile on your face and prepare you for a greater challenge later (see the review of Civil War).
A beautifully designed and decorated basketball museum. The look and feel of the room are tremendous; it truly feels like you are in a hall of fame.
Lost in Time is a fantastic room to start, especially if the time travel theme intrigues you!
Sorcerer’s Secret’s puzzles engaged the whole team; each player contributed to our success. Plus, the decor and props were interesting and set a magical mood.
If you’re heading way up to the Northwoods of Wisconsin, there is no need to worry—your addiction to escape rooms can still fit into your plans. Try Eddie’s Moonshine Shack for some “illegal” fun
Breakout KC wisely designed a Truman room specifically for the history buffs of this great city
The feel, smell and look of the room were perfect. In fact, it was so well-designed that some of us started to panic — everything felt a little too real.
Pyramid Paradox is a technician’s delight. The lights, music, and special effects create a Hollywood-like experience.
As an escape room it is worth doing, but this room is best for math or science people. Stack the deck by bringing 5-8 of your best and brightest STEM-minded buddies!
A fun, approachable room with great production values and outstanding immersion, great for beginners or experienced players alike
High production values and a unique approach to solving puzzles combine with a Biblical theme in a fun, family-friendly experience
Judgment day would be a fun room for a beginner or intermediate player. If you are visiting Union Station and have never tried an escape game, this would be the place to start!