Gobble up the fun with this escape room party for kids and families! Can you escape becoming the roasted star of Grandma's Thanksgiving feast? Solve for codes using clues on the wall, the floor... and you might need grade-schoolers to help solve by making a good old woven placemat! Anticipation and excitement build as players use codes to open envelopes and reveal new clues to help you fly the coop before time runs out! Game play is about 60 minutes and is ideal for 7 players, but larger groups can simply print it out twice, and even race each other! Ages 8+ is ideal, hints and detailed solutions are included to help younger players and make game play stress-free. You might even discover Grandma's Perfect Pumpkin Pie recipe! A fun challenge at the end makes this adventure really fly! Dare to enter the room?
You’re a turkey. And, sadly for you, it is Thanksgiving Day. You’re in a secured storage unit and see a safe and corn field calendar in the room. In an hour, Grandma will make you the seasoned, stuffed and roasted star of her Thanksgiving feast! Is there anything in this storage unit that can help you get the code on the door lock before your time is up?
What do you need?
Envelopes to hold clues (or you can tape clues closed)
A pdf with the escape room, setup instructions, hints, detailed solutions, and a lockmaster answer key. Setup will take about 15 minutes, it's that easy!
First time player? Check out this quick video on Setup and How to Play!
https://youtu.be/cXyf6xxmZ7o (Link to video also in email received after purchase)
Looking for an escape room for children ages 5-9? Check out "CORN MAZE ESCAPE" in my Etsy shop!
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Feb 4, 2024
Very fun! Great activity for whole family, all ages.
Jan 23, 2024
Jan 10, 2024
Awesome game and easy to set up!
Jan 9, 2024
Perfect to keep the kids busy while cooking.
Jan 4, 2024
Was a little longer than we had time for the class party so saving it for next year so we can plan better