Escape Room 831
You have 60 minutes ... what will you do?
Change the scenario to a bank heist, a murder mystery, a jewel caper, a prison, pirate ship, a space station, and much more, and you have one of the hottest trends in interactive or immersive entertainment — Escape Rooms. They’re based on escape-the-room video and online games, as if the classic board game “Clue” became a live-action game you play with others in real locations.
And now Monterey has its own version — Exodus Escape Room on Cannery Row and Escape Room 831 on Lighthouse Avenue — founded by entrepreneurs Christina and Barrie Riddoch of Monterey.
Eight Mysteries to Solve … 60 minutes.
You are invited to an insanely important event…
Immerse yourself in the magical world of books about Alice. You’ve come to a hotel located in the former house of Lewis Carroll, author of Alice’s many adventures. It’s late. You’re tired. Make sure to catch the tail of the white rabbit and think about how you’ll get out once you climb into the hole.
You are standing in the Village of Riverside…
When Riverside was founded, the settlers discovered a woman living alone in the woods. They believe that she was a witch, stormed her cottage, and cast her from the village. Try as they might they were never able to destroy her cottage, and it stands to this day. None who have dared to enter have returned. Can you break the witch’s curse?
(Not Recommended for Children Under 16)
It is 1974 and famous hotel critic, Will Smith, is traveling the world and reviewing hotels.
Upon his return to The Grand Hotel, things go tragically wrong. Something devious is afoot and you need to jump in to help solve the crime. Mobile only – minimum 20 players.
Dr. Burstein took a revolutionary energy project and turned it into a tool of global destruction.
You can still stop him. The files that hold all the secrets need to be destroyed. Find them. Destroy them!
It’s Employee Appreciation Day, a perfect day to rob the bank.
The tunnel collapsed and the team leader is stuck outside. You’ll have to get in and steal as much loot as possible before the team returns.
In the midst of a murder investigation, Sherlock Holmes has been kidnapped by the very murderer he was trying to catch!
Now, it is up to you to piece together the evidence he has left behind in his study. Will you be clever enough to step into Sherlock’s shoes and solve the mystery?
Wealthy and famous composer Ludovico Manin is the prime suspect in a recent, high-profile crime.
Tonight, during his annual Masquerade Ball, is your best chance to look for evidence against him. Disguised as guests, you must infiltrate the ball, find proof of Manin’s guilt, and leave without being detected. Can you find the stolen object and escape in time?
Christmas at Grandma's
Grandma has invited you to dinner. It is always fun, but she’s a little forgetful.
You show up early to help her out and thank goodness. She’s wrapped the tags inside the gifts and you need to figure out seating arrangement to avoid WW3! It’s holiday hijinks and you’ll be the hero if you figure it out!
The game is fun, clever and engagingDelana
From the storyline, the puzzles, the décor to the amazing surprises, we were simply amazedTayler
This was my very first escape room experience and it was truly outstanding!Timothy
I would definitely do another room here...Kate
The Perfect Bachelorette or Bachelor Party Adventure
Kick off an epic party with an activity that’s fun, quirky, exhilarating and a fantastic way for the entire group to bond.
Call 831.392.6767 or send us a message to schedule.
Beat the clock to turn the lock!
Escape Room 831 is a real life adventure game where you are locked in a room. The goal is simple – you have 60 minutes to work together with other players, crack codes and solve ciphers to escape.
Spend one action-packed hour to work on puzzles, solve clues and work in a team to escape. The real life adventure game has been designed for small groups of 2-14 people and each game has a different number of allowable players.
A tip? Explore your surroundings, be observant and rely on your critical thinking skills to escape.