No. The doors to our games are always unlocked and clearly marked.
YES! Check out our Outdoor Escape Adventure page.
Our escape games are 60 minutes. Please plan for 10-20 additional minutes for game introduction and solution walkthroughs.
Your 60 minutes game experience will start on time – with or without you! Latecomers will result in a reduced game time. No refunds or vouchers are offered.
There is some metered parking in the city. There is also a parking garage called Boston Common Garage on 0 Charles St Boston, MA 02111
The closest stops to Trapology on the MBTA are:
Green line on Boylston / Red line on Downtown Crossing / Orange Line on Chinatown stop
As of 02/18/2022 the city of Boston is no longer requiring proof of Covid Vaccination
Trapology has a strict no refund or reschedules policy
Trapology offers private experiences only. This means you and your party will be the only players in the room.
Some Trapology escape rooms reference adult themes such as alcohol, drugs, etc.
Mature children and teens must be accompanied by one legal guardian for the group
All Outdoor Escape Adventures are family-friendly.
Gaming under the influence (GUI) is strictly prohibited. If you are excessively intoxicated and/or being destructive, our gamemasters will end your entire team’s experience without refund or reschedule.
The most physical activity there will be is walking, crouching and sometimes crawling
For the games that have crouching or crawling, we have ways to accommodate those who prefer not.
Outdoor Escape Adventures will require 90 minutes of walking.
Yes. If you have any special requests, please just let us know.
We suggest casual clothing you are comfortable walking/standing in for over an hour.
The Retreat is currently our only game with a scary theme.
Trapology is located in a historical building in downtown Boston. There is an elevator available that can accommodate some wheelchairs. However, the elevator in the building is not ADA compliant.
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