There’s something strange and wonderful on the concourse level of the Grace building in New York City. A door–one that looks like the door to any other office in the building. But behind it you’ll find portals that bend space and time to transport you far away from Bryant Park and the streets of New York city. Each portal can only stay open for an hour at a time. So if you dare to travel through one, you’ll need to find your way out fast–or you might just get stuck there forever.Take a look at our New York City route planner to schedule your visit to Clue Chase and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
Become a spy during the Cold War, an archaeologist trapped in an Egyptian tomb, a real life Robin Hood, stealing valuable items back from their unrightful possessor, or venture out to an unknown galaxy to advance humanity in the eyes of the intergalactic community. Clue Chase has some of the largest, and most detailed, interactive adventure games in New York City.
Expertly crafted puzzles, rooms designed by film and TV set designers, and immersive missions that make Clue Chase more than just an escape game venue. Work together to find clues, solve puzzles, collect hidden items and escape the room in less than 60 minutes. It’s a fast paced, fun experience for groups of 6-14 people–perfect for friends, coworkers, and family of all experience levels.
Clue Chase Reviews
Awesome! Everyone had fun! The kids, grownups, everyone! Definitely a challenge! The staff was very helpful and funny too!! more »
The most awesome i mean the most awesomeness place in the world. If you like problem solving that will make you think with cool reveals w/o the scary factor. This is the place just ask for Dr.Kool more »
The place was nice and people were accommodating but the escape room itself was very bad. By far the most boring escape room I’ve ever done. The room is too large to be able to solve any of the puzzles without help from the escape room leader and that made the game uninteresting. Because the room is large they say it is for 12 people but there is not enough to do so most people are just standing around. I would not recommend.
We did the Heist room with a group of 10 people. We were able to escape so that was good. However, there were a lot of moving parts which made it confusing and overwhelming at times. Despite this, it was a great experience and the host was very friendly. He was nice enough to walk us through what we missed. The place is also well kept and the materials look great! Would recommend especially for large groups. It’s also in a very prestigious building but I promise you are in the right place.
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