ABOUT THE ESCAPE-A-TORIUM
JUST WHAT’S THIS ESCAPE ROOM HULLABALOO ALL ABOUT?
WHAT DO WE STAND FOR?
Escape-A-Torium escape rooms are all about challenging intrepid adventurers to put their wits to use, to work together, to solve puzzles in the name of camaraderie. We believe exercising the ol’ noggin is as important as exercising our bodies. We believe in that rush of adrenaline that comes with the click of lock coming undone or seeing a puzzle take shape. Most of all, we’re about shared experiences that let us know that we’re all human and, more often than not, are working toward the same goals!
WHAT IS OUR MISSION?
Wait. We thought what we stood for was our mission! No? Well then, let’s do this! The team at The Escape-A-Torium’s mission is to provide people like you with the funnest, most challenging, frustrating, and empowering escape room experience possible while showing you the power of putting your heads together to succeed despite the odds.
WHERE ARE WE HEADING?
We are headed straight for the next adventure, into a future with new escape rooms, new challenges, new horizons to explore. Or we’re headed through the looking glass. That would be fine too. In the immortal words of Gandalf Stormcrow, all who wander are not lost. And even if they are, well, they might as well enjoy the getting to wherever it is they’re going.
WHO RUNS THE ORGANIZATION?
This fine establishment is run by a motley gang of raconteurs and roustabouts in our fair town of Fayetteville. We’ve scoured only the most nefarious of places, the gutters and the dens of vice, the gaming houses and dark alleys to find the choicest of souls to make sure your experience is a little bit on the strange side of fun and frolic. Aren’t you glad you asked?
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