FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

TRAPOLOGY BASICS

Q: How much are tickets?

$32  Book tickets here or Buy gift card

Q: When should I arrive?

Arrive 17 minutes before game start time so we can brief you on your mission and Trapology game rules. Your 60 minutes game experience will start exactly on time – with or without you!

Q: Will other people be in my game?

Trapology operates on an open-ticketing system. If there are extra tickets in your game, it is possible that others may also book into your game.

Q: How do I book a private game?

To ensure a private experience, book all the tickets in your game.

Q: Is this suitable for children?

Trapology games are 18+. Alcohol, drinking, and other adult themes are referenced
Teens aged 14-17 must be accompanied by a legal guardian
Children 13 and under may play only with a private booking. All tickets in the game must be booked.

TRAPOLOGY GAMES

Q: How many can fit in your games?

Drunk Tank: 10
Hustler: 10
The Retreat: 5
Crush Depth: 8
Steampunk Train: 5

Q: What is your cancellation policy?

Trapology has a strict no refund or reschedule policy

Q: How do I get to Trapology?

177 Tremont St Boston, MA 02171. Buzz up to the 2nd floor!
Parking:
Boston Common Garage on 0 Charles St. Boston, MA 02111
MBTA: Green line on Boylston / Red line on Downtown Crossing / Orange Line on Chinatown stop

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Q: My company would love to do a team building event with you

Excellent. We’d love to hear about how we can help your company. Read more about corporate team building here or e-mail  teambuilding@trapologyboston.com

Q: I’m looking for a job. Can I join your team?

We are hiring gamemasters to join our team. E-mail your resume to tina@trapologyboston.com.

Q: Is the game more fun if I’m drunk?

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.

Q: Can you accomodate a wheelchair?

Trapology is located in a historical building in downtown Boston. There is an elevator available that can accomodate some wheelchairs. However, the elevator in the building is not ADA compliant.