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Looking for the perfect activity for your birthday party, bachelorette party, quinceanera or small private group?  Escape the Box is a thoughtful and super fun choice for a celebration!  When you book Escape the Box as a private party, your group will have privacy while you play, and personal attention to all the details. Everyone will feel included because the clues and challenges are fun, achievable and appropriate for everyone 13 and up!

Explore the hidden side of Austin with this beautifully designed experience that immerses you in a time travel-themed adventure. Your goal? To get back to the present. You’ll see Austin from a local perspective while exploring an iconic neighborhood, solving thoughtful puzzles, and taking memorable pics. The hilarious journey culminates in a clever final challenge using pieces from each clue. You’ll learn a lot, have a ton of fun, and, most importantly, create lasting memories.

The event kicks off with a live hosted introduction. Each group receives a stylish box filled with clues and tools you will need for an epic adventure including a cryptic letter from the future; a beautiful map of the playing area; a cipher wheel; a Spotify playlist of our favorite Austin music; enveloped clues; photo challenges. Upon completion of your journey, you’ll receive a Time Travel Degree!

  • Hosted group introduction
  • Entirely private event
  • Prize ceremony
  • Time travel diplomas
  • Great photo ops
  • Available everyday at 1pm or 3:30 pm unless sold out
  • Choice of 4 areas in Austin: Downtown, SoCo, Rainey Street, East Austin
  • 4 -10 ppl per team
  • 2+ hours
  • $50 per person, $500 minimum
  • No unaccompanied minors. 1 adult age 25+ must accompany each child 10 and under. 1 adult age 25+ must accompany each team with people aged 11-15. Wear comfortable shoes / weather appropriate clothes
Friends playing Escape the Box, a real world escape game. Austin’s premiere group activity. Perfect for team building, celebrations, and large group activities.
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