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Escape Game Opens at Plaza, Latest Entertainment Venue

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The Escape Game, a Nashville-based chain that features five, different themed escape rooms, has opened at the Country Club Plaza, the second active recreational venue to open there in as many weeks.

The Escape Game is located at 320 Ward Parkway in a formal bridal shop. The two-level, 5,540 square-foot venue features five themed escape rooms including Prison Break; Gold Rush; Special Ops: Mysterious Market; The Depths, and Timeliner: Train Through Time.

“Highly-produced sets and multi-room experiences immerse guests in 60-minute story-driven missions with clues to uncover and puzzles to solve,” according to a press release.

“A skilled team designs and manufactures all of the experiences in-house at The Escape Game’s ‘adventure factory’ in Nashville.”

The Escape Game is located at 320 Ward Parkway.

The Escape Game is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to midnight.

There is no age restriction although the website recommends the games are more suitable for 13 and up. Anyone 14 or younger must be accompanied by a paying adult who’s at least 18. It costs $36 to play a game.

The Escape Game already has 27 retail locations throughout the country including Los Angeles, Minneapolis, San Francisco, New York City, Las Vegas, Washington D.C., Houston and Nashville.

The Escape Game joins The Puttery, an immersive, miniature golf with food and drinks, located at the former Jack Henry Building at 4641 Jefferson. The Puttery opened Sept. 14 and is open only to adults 21 and and over.

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