A NEW DESTINATION
Located in historic Downtown Rutland, The Escape Room is Rutland’s newest premier team building attraction. Find us on Center Street right above The Vermont Truffle Co.
TAKE THE CHALLENGE
Gather a group of friends and put your knowledge to the test!
It’s 2032. The Lazarus Serum was supposed to double the average life expectancy — but everything went wrong. A handful of brave souls managed to band together and stay alive but time is not on their side. The city is slowly being overrun and we have to get out! Rumor has it the old pilot still has his plane locked up in the hanger, yet no one’s seen him in months. Can you find the keys before the living dead takes over the city?
Disclaimer: This room contains flickering lights. If you or any member of your group has any medical conditions that may be affected by this, please let us know and we can make adjustments.
Success Rate: 25%
Attention, agents! You’re the country’s boldest and brightest and we need your help now more than ever. Dr. Karkaroff has defected to Russia only to leave behind an unstable nuclear reactor! Your mission will be to deploy to the bunker, enter, and deactivate the core before we have another Chernobyl on our hands! It won’t be easy — Karkaroff was a master code breaker during WW2!
Success Rate: 50%
A room specifically geared for ages 8 - 15 years, a junior escape room! (Although kids of “all ages” will enjoy the room!)
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Success Rate: 90%
MEET THE TEAM
STEVE & ANNA MONTANEZ
OWNERS + OPERATORS
The Escape Room is young entrepreneurs Stephen and Anna Montanez’ second endeavor in Downtown Rutland. Steve and Anna met at Johnson & Wales University while bonding over a love of culinary arts. After graduating, Anna, a Rutland Native, and Steve, a transplant from Florida, fell in love with Rutland and decided to start a chocolate confection company. After a few successful years at the local farmers market they opened The Vermont Truffle Company at 37 Center Street, which produces over one hundred thousand pieces of chocolate on an annual basis.