These isolating times offer few options to bring families and friends together in a safe way. If you're longing to escape the four walls of your home, come experience the fun at Escape Ashland! Not only do we endeavor to offer the most immersive environments and the best guest experience possible, our greatest priority is the safety of our guests and hosts. As always, our games are private experiences and are limited to six players. As our games are scheduled no more frequent than every three hours, you will encounter no one other than your friendly host (socially distanced, of course). Thorough disinfecting of every surface, masks required in shared spaces, and enhanced ventilation are some of the steps we take to offer a worry-free environment that allows our guests to focus on the game at hand. Please call us at 541-613-6488 to learn more.
Southern Oregon's Premier Escape Experiences
Since 2017, Escape Ashland has been offering one-of-a kind escape experiences that pay homage to Ashland's cultural and historical heritage. Our unique story lines and artisan-produced rooms immerse you and your team in settings like no other.
Escape the workaday world and come play at one of our convenient locations in downtown Ashland, just walking distance from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Southern Oregon University.
Voted #1 Fun & Games in Ashland by fans on TripAdvisor and 2019 Certificate of Excellence Winner, our game hosts ensure each group has a custom experience. From team building to birthday celebrations to bachelorette parties--Escape Ashland ensures your event will be talked about long after you escape our doors.
Part scavenger hunt, part puzzle solving—total exhilaration!
Ramblin' Rogue Saloon
You and your rowdy posse arrived in town just in time to be falsely accused of robbing the Wells Fargo stagecoach as it passed through the State of Jefferson. You have just one hour to discover the identity of the bandit to clear your name before the U.S. Marshall returns to seek justice.
Another tragedy has struck "The Scottish Play," known by the non-superstitious as MacBeth, and the players at the Old Vic Theater have abandoned the production with no opening date in sight. Can you and your group of understudies unravel the mystery to relinquish the 400-year-old curse?
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