We value both customer and employee health and safety. Therefore, we are announcing that Lock and Key will close starting Tuesday, March 17th. We are planning to remain closed until June 1st. However, we will continue to monitor the situation and follow the recommendations of the CDC, WHO, and MDH.
We will gladly work with our customers that were planning to come in during this period to reschedule or refund you. As a small business we just want to say thanks for planning an experience with us, and we truly hope to provide an amazing experience when we are on the other side of this. Feel free to give us a call or email to adjust plans.
In the meantime: If you are stuck inside with nothing to do, we’ve put together a mini puzzle game on facebook.
Keep your stick on the ice; we are all in this thing together.
Alex and Tony Ducklow
Lock and Key escape Co-Owners
Four Epic Adventures to Choose From
Lock and Key Escape is an unforgettable puzzle-filled adventure.
What is an Escape Room?
You and a few friends are put into an escape room with one mission: get out! To do so, you’ll need to work together to solve a series of different clues, puzzles and mysteries before your time is up. When you enter a room at Lock and Key Escape, you’ll be transported to a new world. You will have one hour to live inside a story as it unfolds around you. Forget the outside world and your to-do list, and let yourself be immersed in the story while solving puzzles with a few friends.
Lock and Key Escape combines storytelling and puzzles to put you at the center of a real-life escape game adventure. As the heroes of the story, you’ll have 60 minutes to stretch your mind to get out before the time is up. These escape room experiences are great for double dates, corporate team building, birthday parties or just something different.
How Long Does it Last?
Each of our escape room experiences is designed to be escaped in under 60 minutes, however you should plan for about 90 minutes for your entire stay. Come 15-20 minutes early to get signed in and become oriented to this experience.
How Much Does it Cost?
$26 per person + tax. Group discounts available for groups more than 16.
How Many People Does it Take?
We strongly suggest at least four players per room. Ten is the maximum capacity of Professor Jones’ Office and Quest for Excalibur. Santa’s List and Mission Impossible can fit up to eight. Either way, the more the merrier. If you have a group of less than the maximum, you may be placed in the room with another group. Be prepared to become instant comrades with the others in the room- whether you knew them before or not!
What About the Kids?
Anyone under age 18: We require a parent to sign the minor’s waiver. You can download and print our waiver here, or contact us to have it sent to you ahead of time.
Ages 13-15: Option 1: bring an adult for every 3 kids in the room or Option 2: book out the entire room (8 tickets)
Ages 12 and under: Our rooms are designed with adults and teenagers in mind. Contact us directly to make special arrangements for groups with kids ages 12 and under.
Is it Scary?
Our rooms may have some suspenseful moments, but they are not scary nor are they horror rooms. There will be an emergency exit, but be prepared to become so engrossed in the story that you forget all about it!
Very well done! Highly recommend to anyone, whether this is your first escape room or your 100th. Absolutely loved it.Jon
I have done three of their rooms, and had a blast with each one. I would highly recommend it to everyone.Allison
My wife and I have done over 60 rooms, and we thoroughly enjoyed their “Quest for Excalibur.” The set was fun and evoked the setting, the puzzles were clever, with a mix of logic and thinking puzzles and well-hidden technology, and the gameplay was fluid and fun.William