Put on your detective hat as your group uncovers clues and collects sensitive forensic evidence to solve the crime.
Collaborate with your team in Escape Room: Jewel Heist, an “escape room” experience ideal for corporate groups. Participants need to work together as one cohesive team to search the room for hidden clues, solve interactive puzzles, and recover stolen jewels before the thieves return!
Jewel thieves have stolen a collection of precious gemstones, and police have reason to believe they hid them somewhere in the room where your group is located. Can your team outsmart the thieves, crack their codes, and find the jewels before time is up?
Escape Room: Jewel Heist takes the “escape room” concept and adapts it for employees in any office, meeting, or venue space. The activity encourages your team to work together, communicate, problem solve, and use their creative thinking skills.
Escape Room: Jewel Heist is ideal for corporate groups of all sizes. Small groups will be able to complete all the puzzles together, while larger groups can split into teams and collaborate as one cohesive unit. To be successful, teams will need to collaborate, communicate, and think “outside the box.”
Your group is smart, savvy, and up for a cerebral or mental challenge. They like to work together as a group, and enjoy collaborating on problems to be solved. They might already have experience with an “escape room” but are interested in a version of the activity designed for team building.
There are two stages to Escape Room: Jewel Heist, and it will be up to your team to strategize and decide if they want to split up, delegate, or dive in together:
Stage One: Finding hidden clues and objects. Hidden around the room are secret objects and clues that teams can use to solve puzzles. Some of the items can be combined or used immediately, while others may be useful later in the activity.
Stage Two: Solving puzzles to unlock containers. Teams will notice that there are a series of locked containers in the room. By solving the puzzles in the room, teams will be able to discover the special combinations or keys they need in order to unlock them.
From start to finish, everything is managed by an event coordinator who makes the activity exciting, fun, and entertaining for your group. The event coordinator stays in the room for the entire experience, and can provide up to three clues for the particularly tricky challenges.
It's portable. You don’t need to worry about moving your group anywhere else. Our team will transform any room, office, meeting, or venue space into an escape room experience.
It's flexible. Everyone will be able to participate all at once. Escape Room: Jewel Heist is the perfect solution for groups of any size.
It's hosted. A professional event coordinator will be in the room with your group at all times, to make sure the experience is engaging and fun for everyone.
Pricing for our premium, full service team building events like this one depends on factors such as your group size and preferred event location. For the majority of groups we work with, pricing ranges from $71 to $200 per person. For smaller groups we do have a minimum total investment level of $4,950+. For larger groups we’ll be as flexible as possible to work within your budget. Pricing does not include any venue or location rental fees.
Contact us for a fast and personalized proposal that addresses your program specifics, group dynamics, objectives and budget.
“Your team was awesome -- kept us on track and focused on the right things. You also have some mad skills for hiding clues! The activity was simple to understand, can be done almost anywhere, is not physically tasking, and pretty cerebral. The medals were a nice touch -- one member of our team wore his the rest of the night! - Pendrell (Newberg, OR)
“The entire American Outback team was very knowledgeable. Our coordinator was fantastic at leading our event, and it was a great team building experience! - Johnson Matthey Inc. (Wayne, PA)
“Escape Room: Jewel Heist was such a fun event. It delivered on it's promise to show how groups with individual talents can work together to solve problems. I would definitely recommend this to other companies for a team building exercise. Emma Lavin was a perfect hostess. - Coca-Cola Refreshments (Memphis, TN)