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Texas’ largest escape room opening in Fort Worth

The Secret Chambers is set to open the largest escape room in the Lone Star State right here in Fort Worth, a news release said.

The Secret Chambers experience — featuring interactive storytelling with live actors, jokes, activities, hand-built props, authentic antiques and more — will move into its new location at 513 Alta Mere Drive in Fort Worth on July 15.

According to the release, the chamber’s new home is more than seven times larger than the original location (now 9,464 square feet) and will include six new “bigger and better” chamber themes.

During an escape room experience, escapists interact with a series of puzzles that help them to unlock doors to other escape rooms.

However, something The Secret Chambers says makes them unique is its team of award-winning men and women with backgrounds in theater, arts, filmmaking, writing and game design, that work behind-the-scenes on their escape room experience.

The release stated that more than 65,000 people have participated in The Secret Chambers experience since it opened three years ago. Since its inception, 99.6 percent of reviewers gave the Pirate and Cthulhu Adventures five stars on Google, Facebook, Trip Advisor, Yelp, and Groupon. An achievement the chamber says helped it earn the 2017 & 2018 “Certificate of Excellence” and No. 1 spot on Trip Advisor’s Fun Games category.

The Secret Chambers is also the first North American venue to offer the augmented-reality dodgeball game HADO.

The new location will open July 15 with the Mafia Adventure experience. Future escape themes will include the Storybook Adventure, Area 51 Adventure, Edgar Allen Poe Adventure, Jungle Adventure, and Train Heist Adventure.

http://www.thesecretchambers.com

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