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About Our Chattanooga Escape Rooms

Fun Things To Do in Chattanooga

Quest2Escape is  a locally owned and operated business.  We design and build our own escape rooms, and have received excellent reviews on each escape experience.  We are all about providing hands-on interactive and unforgettable adventures.  We strive to be one of the unique things to do in Chattanooga,  immersing the players in another time and place, and challenging their collective skills in order to complete a mission in 60 minutes. Curiosity, teamwork, critical thinking and the ability to solve a variety of puzzles and tasks are put to the test.  Are you up to the challenge? Breakout & Book Now!

Located In Downtown Chattanooga

432 Market St # 204, Chattanooga, TN  37402

FAQs: Chattanooga Escape Rooms

Where are you located? 2017-11-15T12:16:50+00:00

Our downtown Chattanooga escape rooms are located at 434 Market Street.  We are on the second floor, above Taziki’s Mediterranean Café.  Come up the stairs off the parking lot on the north side of the building.

Where can I park? 2016-03-05T09:46:27+00:00

Parking is available in many nearby lots and also on the street.  The lot across Market street and another across 5th street to the south are the closest.  You can park on Cherry Street and come down either 4th or 5th to Market.

How far are you from the downtown Chattanooga attractions? 2017-11-15T12:17:53+00:00

All of the popular downtown Chattanooga activities are within a few blocks of our escape rooms.  Downtown Chattanooga is compact and very easy to walk or bike.  You can also take the free electric shuttle from the Choo-Choo, south-side or north shore.  Just get off at the Jack’s Alley stop and cut through the Alley to Market Street.

Are we really locked in the escape room? 2017-11-15T12:18:37+00:00

Well, sort of.  The door is held closed by a magnetic lock which is released when the final puzzle is solved.  But every door has a pushbutton exit button next to it and the doors are automatically released in emergency situations or power outages.

What if I just gotta GO? 2017-11-15T12:19:29+00:00

Push the door exit button to get out and take care of business.  The game clock will continue for the rest of your team, and you can come back into the escape room at any time.

What if we get stuck can’t solve a puzzle? 2017-11-15T12:43:51+00:00

Every game session has a Game Master who will be continually watching and listening to your group during the escape game.  If you get stuck and need a clue to proceed, just address any camera and ask for assistance.  We want you to have fun, not frustration.

How do I book an escape game? 2017-11-15T12:44:27+00:00

All escape games are booked on-line through our website.  Just click on the BOOK NOW button on any page.

How far in advance do I need to book an escape game? 2017-11-15T12:45:28+00:00

We recommend that you book as far in advance as is practical for your situation.  However, escape games can be booked on-line up to an hour before the start time if there are slots available.  We will try to accommodate walk-ins as space allows, but booking on-line in advance is much preferred.

Will my group be playing with strangers? 2016-03-05T09:41:06+00:00

If you do not book the entire room then you may be playing with other people.  People who play escape rooms are among the finest people on the planet, so don’t worry, you won’t be strangers when the hour is done.

How do I pay? 2016-03-05T09:33:48+00:00

All payments are processed when the room is booked through the website.  All major credit cards are accepted.

What is your refund policy? 2016-03-05T09:33:12+00:00

We do not offer refunds for booked games.  However, we can reschedule your game if you let us know at least 24 hours before your game time.  Special situations will be handled on an individual basis.

I booked a 4 PM escape game. What time should I show up? 2017-11-15T12:46:20+00:00

Please plan to arrive no later than 3:45 PM.  Each escape game has an introductory presentation before the clock starts, and we start on time to make the schedule work.  We do not run our business like a doctor’s office.  Those 15 minutes will give you time to relax a little before the game begins and you need turn your brain up to 11.

What if I arrive late? 2016-10-20T15:23:45+00:00

If other players were on time then the game is already in progress.  The game master will ask the group if it is OK for you to join.  If they agree, you can join the game at whatever point that happens to be.  Otherwise your out of luck.  Having someone enter the game late is very inconsiderate to the other players, so please, don’t show up late.  We will NOT reschedule or give refunds to players arriving late.

Is there an age limit? 2016-03-05T09:31:02+00:00

It depends on the room and time of day.  Players under 14 always need to be accompanied by a paying adult.  Our Chattanooga 1944 room is designed to be challenging for late teens and up.  Younger kids can play with their parents, but many of the puzzles and challenges will likely be too difficult for them to handle on their own.  Also, if you are not booking the entire room and bring a young child to the game, it can make the experience less enjoyable for players that are paired with you.  Our Locker Room Lockdown is different as it can be configured for younger kids in the 8 – 13 range, playing with their parents.  See the Locker Room Lockdown game page for details.

Do you have a team building program? 2017-11-15T12:47:23+00:00

Yes, indeed.  All of our escape rooms are designed with a strong emphasis on team building, and working together is essential to complete some puzzles.  Contact us a booking@quest2escape.com for personalized team building arrangements.

It says your escape room accommodates 8 players. We have a group of 10 that would like to play together. Can you handle that? 2017-11-15T12:48:25+00:00

Yes, as long as your group understands that having more players than the escape game is designed for can greatly affect the quality of the experience.  The escape room will be more crowded and there may not be enough happening at once to keep everyone engaged.