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Escape room for children

Many of you ask us if we recommend escape rooms for children? Although the question seems simple, the answer is a bit more complex. This is what we will cover in our article.
2020.06.24.

Many of you ask us if we recommend escape rooms for children? Although the question seems simple, the answer is a bit more complex. This is what we will cover in our article.

Escape room for children

Who is the escape room for?

 

The escape room is for anyone who is open to novel, special experiences and willing to work their brains a little. This means, escape game is for you if you use your brain and love active recreation. It is both an exciting challenge and an immersive team game. Escape games put your logic and combination skills to the test.

 

You need to find the clues and connections hidden in the rooms, and you can successfully remove the obstacles if the pieces of information form the solution. You will need another team whose members complement each other and are happy to face the challenges together. During the game, you will discover your dormant abilities that you have long forgotten during the boring everyday life.

 

Who should you come to play with?

 

The escape game gives the best experience if you are playing with people you enjoy spending time with and want to get to know them from other angles as well. Common challenges, joint efforts and success in the team bring the players closer, help deepen human relationships. It’s like a board game, but the escape room is a lot more exciting. That's why we always recommend our rooms for team building. Of course, a family or a group of friends can feel just as good as a workplace team. So you don’t have to think much about this, just simply bring with you those who you like or who you can talk to about this adventure. Feel free to propose the idea at a corporate meeting or a Sunday family lunch.

 

Children in the escape room

 

We tend to say about our escape rooms that they are much more exciting than scary. Nevertheless, we must insist that children under the age of 14 can only come to us to play with parents. It’s not just legal fuss, there are several reasons. Our main goal is to make every player feel comfortable with us. In escape rooms, this requires that the tasks are always just so difficult that they are challenging for an adult. That’s why children may not be tied up on their own. Thus, it is worth organizing a family program with a young child in the escape room if he or she gets the attention to feel like a useful member of the team while playing and can share the common experience of success even if he or she fails to find a solution.

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