COVID-19: We are reopening in early November!
An escape room is an activity in which the players solve a variety of fun cerebral and physical puzzles using leads, clues, and physical objects they discover as they explore inside the room itself. The room has an engaging theme. The players are given a time limit to reach their ultimate objective to “escape”.
We are usually open 7 days a week. January - March we are closed Monday and Tuesdays. Times vary depending on day and time of year. You may click the “book now” button for the escape room you are interested in just to check available dates, times, and the current number of participant spaces available at a particular time. Best if booked with 24 hour notice.
Due to the difficulty in puzzles/tasks we suggest the minimum age of 12 years old. Please be aware: The Untouchables Room features bottles of liquor / wine, as well as cigars. The room also has toy Tommy guns and a shotgun in a gun cabinet as decor. The Cursed Treasure room features bottles of rum and a fake "pouch" of tobacco. Minors under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Allegany Museum Building
3 Pershing Street. Cumberland MD 21502
Room 306, 3rd Floor
We ask you to be here 15 minutes before the start time to get checked in. You will be in the room for up to 60 minutes. From arrival to departure, expect to be here about 90 mins.
Free parking after 5pm and all day on weekends in the main lot of the museum or on Pershing St.
Free: Parking lot at 13 Canal St. in front of WMSR Station. Gates are lifted as the parking in now free with the train not running in 2020.
Weekdays metered on street parking or the paid lot behind Uncle Jack's ($1 per hour),
We've had many groups celebrate a birthday with one of our escape rooms. Unfortunately, we do not have space available for a reception with food or drink. Enjoy our escape room and then within a short walk are many great restaurants in Downtown Cumberland.
You can purchase a digital gift certificate for any amount. Keep in mind our rooms are $25 per person. Chose to email the recipient the gift code or email it to yourself and print it out to give at a later date.