It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood, at least that’s what the leader of Clearview Community’s Neighborhood Watch reassures their residents! With an invitation to the Watch leader’s home with promises of fun and games, it’s the perfect setting to keep young minds distracted as parents spend the night out searching for a missing neighborhood kid. Is this just another child running away from home or could it be the latest in the case of the Clearview Catcher?
Welcome to the Community of Clearview!A Neighborhood Full of Friendly Smiles
At Clearview, children play outside until streetlights come on and it’s time to go home. Recently, the friendly neighborhood gossip grows sinister as rumors begin to stir that “as street lights go out, local children go missing!” – but what is a neighborhood without a few good urban legends? All the same, we welcome you as our newest member of Clearview Community: our residents have been dying for a neighbor just like you! Won’t you do your part to be a good neighbor?
Trust the EnthusiastsEscape Room Reviews
— Jill E.
We stopped through here on our way to Naples and it definitely did not disappoint!! We had our teenage boys with us and we all agreed it was by far our best escape room experience. We would highly recommend it and want to plan a trip back… Read more
— Lisa B.
We’re part of a local Meetup Group for Escape Games and were invited to try their new room, Outage, No Vacancy. IT WAS WILD… One of the best rooms in Orlando, hands down. We got out with just 1 minute to spare… Read more
— Zachariah P.
This was my 121st escape room… this is a top-shelf room. Aces. Extraordinary. Escape rooms generally get a couple things right of those things that are important: flow, immersion, puzzle quality, puzzle variety, and wow factor… Read more
— Scott O.
The Escape Ventures, simply put, is one of (if not) THE BEST escape room locations in the Orlando area. With rooms featuring unique themes, it is an experience that simply cannot be missed!! From the moment you walk … Read more
Do I need a reservation?
Yes and no. Prior reservations online or over the phone are recommended to ensure you get the room and time you wish to play. You can always stop-by in person to see if there are any available playing spots; however, you are not guaranteed an open spot for your group. All games will come offline 1-hour prior to game start, whether the game is booked or not. Call us at 407-730-6733 if you had a game time in mind and were not able to book online in time.
When should my group arrive?
Everyone in your party MUST arrive 15 minutes prior to the reservation start time. This time frame is to complete check-in, fill out waivers and use the restroom, if necessary, prior to starting the game. As always, account for Orlando traffic and parking availability. If your group anticipates arriving later than the 15-minutes prior to start time, please call us at 407-730-6733.
How do I reschedule my reservation?
In order to re-schedule a reservation, you MUST give us a 24-hour notice prior to your original game start time. Only one reservation change can happen for a booking, so make sure the re-scheduled game time works for everyone in your party! Re-scheduling also excludes a refund. To receive a refund, a 48-hour notice must be given from the original booking time.
How much time is given to complete the game?
All experiences, with the exception of Operation Arctic Storm: The Final Meltdown (a 90-minute escape room), have a 60-minute time limit in addition to the time allotted for rules and story briefing prior to the start of your experience. Be sure to read the description of the game you are playing and, of course, any questions can be answered over the phone at 407-730-6733 or via email at email@example.com.