California, MD – November 9 , 2019 – We Saved Christmas! Yes it was an Escape Room and it was so much fun. When we first visited the Escape from the Past, Southern Maryland’s Original Escape Room we were greeted by very friendly staff willing to make our room escape a fun and exciting adventure.
Let me tell you a little of my experience. I was with a group of 7 people and some were beginners and some were seasoned escapers. It really does not matter because each room is different and the more you work as a team the better you will escape in time. You have awesome Game Masters like Grant Peters and Mathew Crandall, there if you need them and always keeping safety first. We did escape with only 5 minutes left. You get an hour to escape the room and that time flies. No idea is too crazy so go visit Escape from the Past with an open mind and don’t be afraid to say what you are thinking when it comes to ideas and putting clues together. I will not give anything away but it really was a great experience for all ages.
There are three rooms right now called Cell Block 99, Moll Dyer and Save Christmas. They are all very different but also note that Save Christmas will be going away at the beginning of 2020 so perfect for family, friends, Birthdays or co-worker things to do for the Holidays.
They also do fundraisers as part of Community Outreach. Non-Profit Organizations can have a full Spirit Week. So whenever someone from the Organization comes in with their Promo Code then 10% of all sales will go to the Organization. Coming up is the Leonardtown High School Girls Lacrosse Team for the week of November 18, 2019. Don’t forget the Promo Code so the organization will get the 10% for all sales that week.
Another idea is to have a Team Building Event for Boy Scout, Corporations, etc.
The owners Joh Tonkyro, Fred and Jessica Crandall, love what they do and love bringing this fun experience to Southern Maryland.
Go to www.escapefromthepast.com to book your next adventure.
Located at: 22595 Three Notch Road, Unit B California, Md. 20619