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Escapology officially opens in Bell Works with 6 escape rooms to choose from

Escape rooms have been cropping up, providing people with a unique experience that requires collaboration among friends to solve. If you’re looking for more challenge, then know that Escapology just opened its doors for business over at Bell Works in Holmdel, NJ.

Offering six different escape rooms all under one roof, it’s a destination to consider for weekend plans, birthdays, work related events, and much more. We stopped by the location and the various escape rooms are undeniably elaborate. The rooms themselves are highly detailed, almost realistic at times, which goes to show the level of devotion put into delivering an engaging experience.

We spoke with one of Escapology’s managing partners, Michael DiChiaro, who guided us through the various rooms at the new location.

“Escapology is a high adrenaline private only escape game venue where players are immersed inside a series of themed rooms and must race against the clock before time runs out. During the 60-minute adventure, players must find clues, crack codes, solve puzzles and escape! Solve a mystery on-board the Budapest Express, help the gang in Scooby-Doo and the Spooky Castle Adventure (Garwood Location), prove your innocence in Mansion Murder, save Air Force One from sabotage and land the plane, and so much more!”

If you’re wondering what escape rooms are available, they’re listed below.

  • Mansion Murder
  • Vegas Hangover
  • Antidote
  • Lost City
  • Budapest Express
  • Mayday

You can book a time for any of the rooms through its web site, ranging in price from $31 to $34 per player. In addition to the escape rooms, Escapology can also cater to special events, such as birthdays and corporate outings.

For a limited time, you can save 20% off any booking using the code RBPULSE20 through its online booking system. You can also reach them directly at 732-490-7175.

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