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What is House of Clues?

The House of Clues of Harrisonburg is a challenging and fun experience for families, friends and team bonding.  An escape room is an adventure game in which players are “locked” in a room and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles and think their way out within 60 minutes.  Make your reservations in advance on the Book Now page.  Bring your energy and sense of humor!!  We’ll have you put away your devices to have a good time relying on just your wits and each other! 

Is it scary?

No, it is not.  However, it is very exciting, dynamic, and full of fun.  There might be a few surprises lurking in the games!

What is the minimum age requirement?

The recommended minimum age is 13 years.  We require at least 2 adults per game.  We do love families, and families with children between the ages of 6 and 12 are welcome, but we do ask that you book a private party so as to have the game to yourselves.  In that case, we require a minimum purchase and that you call us if you have children under 13 in your party to make those arrangements.  For families with children between the ages of 6 and 13 who are from out of town and cannot meet the minimum number, we ask that you book one of the games before 5:00 p.m. and please call Tara at (540) 810-0623 to let us know.  We want the game to be immersive and enjoyable for all our guests! 

How is parking?

Plenty of parking.

Is there a dress code?

Dress comfortably.


An on-line reservation is required.  Please visit the Book Now page to schedule a game and pay. The cost is $25.00 per person.  We ask that you arrive 10-15 minutes before your scheduled time for pregame briefing.  Games will start promtly at the scheduled time.  You may be denied admittance if you arrive late.  (Please make sure to follow the directions given on your confirmation email, NOT GPS, as GPS will lead you astray!)


Will we be playing with people outside of our party?

There is a chance that you maybe playing with others.  If you haven’t done that before, don’t let it deter you!  We LOVE when strangers play together.  It seems that when a group of people have the same intense mission, everyone gets to working together quickly and has a crazy good time.  (If only it would work like that outside of the House of Clues!)  If you prefer to play with only members of your party, you can reserve all the tickets for that time slot. 

We ask families with children between the ages of 6 and 13 to book games before 5:30.  Please be aware that if you are booking before 5:30 but do not want to play with a family with children, please call Tara at (540) 810-0623. 

Can claustrophobic people play?

The rooms do not cause claustrophobia; however, the doors are never locked, and players may leave the room if they feel the need to.  For any special needs in this regard, please inform your game master before the game or call ahead of time.  We have had many people with claustrophobia or anxiety play, and have never had anyone feel the need to leave the game.  You’ll see!


Corporate and school events are welcome.  For larger groups, please contact us.  We also have a mobile game that accommodates up to 50 players.  Please see the Team Building tab for an explanation of Pelahu Island. 

Can I book two separate games to be played at the same time?

Separate games can be booked simultaneously if they are available. Otherwise, please contact us.

Gift Vouchers

We have Gift Vouchers available.
They can be purchased here.

What is the cost?

The price is $25.00 per person of any age.  

Can people in wheelchairs play?

Please call us to discuss if one of your team members is in a wheelchair.  The Heist is on the first floor.  

Can pregnant women play?

Yes. We have had numerous pregnant women enjoying our games.  If there is any part of the game a pregnant woman cannot accomplish, another team member will be able to handle the task.  We provide a light portable chair upon request.

How long is the game?

You have 60 minutes to “escape.”

How physical are the escape games?

As long as players are able to walk a few steps, bend down, push and pull doors or lift minor objects, they should be able to do everything required in the game.