Games that bring out the best in your team.
Each one of our team building games is designed by experts at The Escape Game to guide your team through collaborative experiences. These activities promote communication and challenge your team to work through challenges together in order to escape. However, whether they have an escape in time or not, they're guaranteed to experience an enjoyable activity together and bring valuable teamwork skills back to the office.
Our San Francisco location is within walking distance of great restaurants for a pre-game or post-game meal!
Team Building at The Escape Game San Francisco
Two San Francisco Locations
Our San Francisco location is right by a variety of delicious local restaurant options — perfect for sharing a meal with the team before or after your game. There are also numerous nearby hotels and landmarks if you'd like to make a day or weekend out of your team building experience. This location also has our Playground escape room which can accommodate up to 12 players — perfect if you have a large team.
Our San Francisco location at The Wharf puts you within walking distance of yummy restaurants and endless entertainment options. We are less than a mile from numerous hotels, within walking distance of several museums, and by the ferry that can take you on a tour of Alcatraz!
3 Ways to Team Build with
The Escape Game San Francisco
At our location in the Union Square District
We’ll bring games to you!
Can your team escape?
First and foremost, escape rooms are fun! They also get the competitive juices going as your team has to prove that they have what it takes to escape. An added bonus of team building at The Escape Game is the chance to watch your team tackle a problem together. You’ll get to see who takes the lead, who motivates the others, and who has a knack for cracking codes and solving puzzles.
Make it practical with Team Building Packages.
Team building packages enrich your experience by connecting the game to exclusive insight from renowned business leaders. Packages challenge your team to think about their escape game experience on a deeper level, connecting it to a topic like communication, collaboration, or problem-solving. All packages come with a debrief guide so you can lead a discussion with your team to make the learnings not only practical but also personal.
CEO of Business Made Simple and Storybrand
Donald Miller breaks down the four roles you play in life. He’ll explain how two of these roles will help you succeed and how two of them will ruin your career. This package will give your employees a framework for how to be great teammates.
The John Maxwell Team
The Team Development Package
The team development package is for teams looking to revolutionize their training and development. The package provides an integrated, experiential approach to team building that will improve your team’s communication and collaboration. It’s easy, transformative, and fun.
Where to Eat Before or After Your Escape Game Experience
If you’re looking for places to eat before or after your game, we’ve got you covered. The Escape Game San Francisco is located in the Union Square District, so there are many options for food and drinks! This location is situated in a great spot and makes it easy to keep treating your team!
Well, it's right there in the name — these burgers are awesome! Check them out for a menu of locally sourced ingredients with burgers, fries, organic milkshakes and more.
Have you ever wanted a sushi roll as big as a normal burrito with a Latin kick? No? Well trust us — Sushiritto is on to something! Their menu of signature bowls and burritos will leave you with an unforgettable flavor experience.
The beauty of Insomnia Cookies is that they're open until after midnight almost every night — perfect to satisfy a sugar craving after any escape game experience.
For some tiki-inspired cocktails in a fun, tropical-themed atmosphere, you've got to check out Pagan Idol. This place is perfect for a post-escape game drink or two with the squad. Don't forget to check out the volcano that actually erupts!
1930s Paris meets San Francisco at Cafe de la Presse. Here you'll find espresso and wine treats along with yummy food options all in an adorably-themed location.