Our escape room game is located in two locations: Downtown and Midtown Manhattan. While our escape game may last only an hour, there are tons of other things to do in the city. Chapter 1 of our game is located Downtown, Chapter 2 and 3 are located in Midtown. Here is a quick list of some popular tourist attractions for ideas of things to do in our area after the game!

Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden is host to a variety of events and shows. It has a stadium that hosts the New York Knicks basketball team, and is also home to the New York Rangers ice hockey team. Comedians and various musicians and groups also perform there. Check their calendar of events to get tickets for the various acts and concerts hosted by the garden! You can also purchase tickets to get a tour of the garden as well.

Empire State Building

The Empire State Building may not be the tallest building in the United States anymore, but is still definitely worth the trip visiting (Especially if you live in NYC, most New Yorkers actually have not visited)! Inside the immense structure, you’ll find history, art, in addition to obviously good views on its top deck. Despite it’s Midtown location, the top deck features a great view of Central Park not obscured by other buildings. Tickets are only required to visit the top floors.

Herald Square

Herald Square is located at the intersection of 34th Street, Broadway, and Sixth Avenue (also known as Avenue of the Americas). It is divided up into two sections, the north end containing a huge mechanical clock and the south section that contains Greeley Square. Greeley Square contains many different food kiosks as well as tables and benches to relax after playing our escape game, shopping or eating in the area. The largest Macy’s store in the United States is also close by.


Located in Midtown West 32nd Street between 6th Ave (Avenue of the Americas) and 5th Ave, Koreatown commonly known as Ktown is a great place to visit for authentic korean food. It has a range of styles from normal Korean dishes, Korean BBQ, to fried bonchon chicken. For a quick bite, visit the food court or the various stores that sell kimbap. For drinks, there are many bars Ktown, hidden away on the 2nd, 3rd floors of buildings. Nonalcoholic drinks such as bubble tea are available as well.

The High Line

The High Line is a free public space that stretches from Midtown W 34th Street all the way to Gansevoort Street (Right at the Whitney Museum and close to the West Side Highway) The High Line is built on a retired freight rail line and is elevated. It has been rebuilt as a park and generally has public displays of art along with a variety of events. Visit their website for the hours!