Riddlebox escape rooms. Unforgettable emotions and cool adventure for you and your friends. You can exit the game at any time if things get too real…
The Old Tavern escape room will take you back to medieval times. You are a traveler who stopped to rest and eat at this tavern. You thought that the tavern master was the greatest host you ever met, but little did you know he is nothing but an evil murderer and a thief…
You and your friends travelled to a country that is not very hospitable to foreign visitors. You thought the thrill is worth the risk, but your luck has run out and you were arrested by corrupt cops.The ransom requested for your freedom is too high…
13 people have gone missing in the woods since the last full moon, and you were hired to track one of them down. Victoria Highmeadow, age 19, was last seen foraging for mushrooms on the edge of the woods.Some people spoke of strange, whispered songs in the woods at night….
Don’t let your claustrophobia keep you from experiencing the fun! For the safety and enjoyment of all players, a participant may exit escape game at any time if things get too real.
You’ve probably heard something about escape rooms by now, but are still not sure exactly what it is. The concept of escape room games started in Japan as the online game “Takagism” In 2007, it was first brought to real life as an escape room game. By 2015, there were over 2,800 escape rooms in the world. Imagine the escape room as one large puzzle made of multiple smaller puzzles, riddles, and clues that you need to solve together with your team. Each escape room has a unique theme and goal. It is also a fantasy. In the game, you become a world traveler, a detective, a bank robber, someone in big trouble, or someone who will save the world from nuclear disaster. The themes and possibilities are endless. The final goal is most often to escape the room but it could be any other fantasy goal (like finding the hidden key to a safe, solving a murder scene, or disarming a bomb) before the one-hour timer runs out. This exciting new concept brings the popular online game into real life and gives players the opportunity to use their wits, teamwork skills, and intelligence to accomplish a unique and challenging task. Escape rooms are often mistakenly assumed to be games for kids, but the reality is that it is fun for all ages. It is often used as a team-building activity for corporate customers, birthday parties, it is a great bachelorette party idea (or bachelor) and other celebrations or events. (Our escape room in Naperville has 3 different rooms and can accommodate up to 26 players at a time.
RiddleBox Escape Rooms welcomes players of all ages. Our attractions are designed for players that are 12 to 100 years old, but younger players can get in on the action also and you will be surprised how much they can contribute in the game. Don’t underestimate younger players. Note that players who are 7 or younger are free of charge. Don’t include them when booking the room, just bring them with you. Also beware of “Witch House” escape room. Some younger kids might be spooked out.
“Old tavern” room is good for up to 10 players.
“Prison Escape” for up to 10.
“Whitch House” is good for up to 7 players.
No. Our rooms are always private. You will never be teamed up with strangers.
It is advised to arrive no earlier than 5 minutes before your booked time.
We will only reschedule reservations with less than 48 hours remaining to event time in case of extreme weather conditions.
Yes. Our events are by reservation only. But you can always call us and check if you can walk in with short notice. If we will have staff on site and if any of the rooms will be available, will be glad to see you.
No. You will only be asked to pay the deposit of $25 and the remaining balance will be due at the time of arrival. And players can split the payment if needed.
Each of our rooms is very different and different players will enjoy different rooms more than other.
“Old Tavern” is slow paced game, but it is still quite challenging and will require whole team to discuss and share information to be successful in the game.
“Witch House” involves lots of trickery. It is a quite difficult room and it is not about being scary. It is about interacting with objects in the room and finding the ways to outsmart the witch.
“Prison Escape” is what you would experience in real life prison escape. Team work is essential in this room. Your group will be separated into different cells and will have to communicate and exchange objects to progress in the game.
Our Escape room is located near Naperville Downtown, just behind the Naperville North High School. If you are traveling from Plainfield, Romeoville, Aurora, Oswego: take US Rt.34 (Ogden Ave) to Mill St. and make a right (south). Take 1st right on 5th Ave. Second entrance into the parking lot and take an immediate right. Go to the far west end of the parking lot. Enter door 620 and go upstairs.
If you are traveling from Glen Ellyn, Wheaton, Downers Grove, Oak Brook, Lisle: make a left on Mill st. and follow the direction above.
If you are traveling from downtown Naperville: take Jackson ave. west to Mill St. and make a right. Go north 0.6 miles to 5th Ave and make a left. Then follow the directions above.
If you are anywhere in Naperville: search – escape room near me on your smartphone. RiddleBox will show up in the first page results.