Located in The Union Square District
150 Kearny Street
The Escape Game is perfect for teams to bond and develop together. In this team building event, employees engage with one another to discover clues, problem solve, and become a more effective team. Not only is an escape room a fun game, but it’s an opportunity to professionally develop a team and improve company culture!
Prices Starting At $42.99 Per Person + Tax
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415-940-7808 | SanFrancisco@TheEscapeGame.com
The Escape Game’s team-building activity was SO much fun! Being virtual we still
managed to enjoy ourselves and were very engaged with the challenge. My favorite part was the game
guide in the room’s ability to listen to commands and to make it fun. Would recommend it and
definitely do it again.
Last week my boss surprised all of us with a virtual prison break escape room and
it was exactly what we all needed to reconnect on a beyond-work level to get our minds off the daily
grind. I highly recommend it.
My team and I participated in The Escape Game’s virtual Gold Rush as a team
building activity. The game’s virtual aspect was extremely well done, and the facilitators did a
great job of making us feel as if we were in the room(s). We laughed a lot along the way. Highly
10/10 SAID TEAM MORALE IMPROVED
after team building at The Escape Game
9/10 SAID COMMUNICATION IMPROVED
after team building at The Escape Game
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HOW TO BOOK: SELECT A DATE AND THEN GAME AND TIME. AFTER CHECKOUT, YOU’LL RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL WITHIN A FEW MINUTES.
You will complete the checkout process for each game. After completing the first purchase, start the checkout process for your second game. You may also contact our Events Team by filling out this form or by calling (415) 940-7808.
What makes The Escape Game San Francisco the perfect spot for your next team building activity? Our escape rooms are designed to challenge your team to unlock hidden potential and creativity. In order to succeed, they’ll have to communicate and collaborate effectively as they work their way around the room, uncovering hidden clues and solving intricate puzzles. Not only that, escape rooms are fun events!
According to Michael Hyatt & Co there are certain things to look for when searching out your next team building experience:
The Escape Game is great for you, as a team leader, to be able to assess your team’s strengths and weaknesses. Learn who your natural leaders are. Who keeps their calm in the midst of chaos? Who can see the big picture and delegate accordingly? Who has the focus to remain calm and solve the most challenging problems? The Escape Game highlights these skills and characteristics.
Take leadership development up a notch by purchasing the John Maxwell Team Development Package. First, your team takes the John Maxwell DiSC assessment and then plays an escape room. Leaders use the connection guide to lead a team discussion that ties learnings from the assessment to the escape room experience. Doing this exercise together in a team meeting really allows large groups to absorb the knowledge of their skills and how they can benefit the team as a whole! The leader will also get an Executive Report that has insight into your team’s unique communication style and dynamic. You’ll review this report with a John Maxwell Leadership Coach virtually. This is a great tool to help you gain insight and understanding into the health and development of your team.
If you’re unable to play in real life and need a virtual option, we can help with that too. With Remote Adventures and Unlocked, teams can experience The Escape Game from home. We’ll set you up with a Game Guide, who works as your real-time eyes, ears, hands, and feet in the room. Then, your team uses our digital dashboard to keep track of clues and progress as you race the clock to escape!
Worried your group won’t escape? Try a few of these tips from The Escape Game’s Game Guides!
Robert from Nashville says that escape games are a great opportunity for players to learn how to effectively communicate as a team. He says, “Listen to each other, talk one at a time, and talk through what you see and think. You never know what small detail will trigger something in someone’s mind. These games are cooperative!”
Shannon from Minneapolis says teams should “Read everything and read carefully! Organize your team and get to know your teammates’ strengths and weaknesses when it comes to puzzle solving or finding things. Keep a discard pile or put keys and already used items in one place, since most game pieces are only going to be used once.”
Companies all over San Francisco have been loving their The Escape Game experience! Check out what they have to say:
“Planned a team outing for my group of eight. We were able to participate in one of the rooms that was able to accommodate our group size. It was particularly nice to have the option to have just our group. The team at The Escape Game San Francisco were so helpful! They made the activity fun for our team and were nice throughout. They even showed us some of the other escape rooms. We’d definitely love to go back! My team really enjoyed the activity. It wasn’t ever stressful and was a nice activity for team building. Really loved the experience and can’t recommend them enough. Would definitely go back and hope to do so soon outside of work!”
“I had an amazing time. The employees were super friendly and polite. I went in a group of four and did the Prison Escape. I highly recommend this place for family, friends, and team building. We had the pleasure of working with Marc, he was very professional and enjoyed his job. Can’t wait to go back again and do another room.”
“We came as a work group for team building and did the playground since we had 9 people and it has a max of 12 where the other ones were 8 so we didn’t want to split up. It was a lot of fun. You had 1 hour to finish 4th grade to get to the gym for a kickball game. There were several puzzles and clues and once we got the first few going we were able to break up into groups to solve different pieces. We escaped with 10 min to spare using only 2 of our 3 clues. It was a lot of fun and you get a sticker if you escape. I definitely recommend for a group of friends or coworkers.”
“Lots of fun. I went with my colleagues for a team-building activity, and we all had a great time in the “Special Ops” room. We narrowly escaped!”
The Escape Game San Francisco is located near several great restaurants! Bring your team to enjoy the vibe of San Francisco, and grab a drink or something to eat before or after your game!
The Bird – A couple blocks away
The Bird is the ultimate fried chicken sandwich shop. They are the go-to for indulgent food that’s made with integrity. They’ve set out to prove that a really satisfying meal doesn’t have to eat up the paycheck. Their chicken is always free-range. Their spice blend is unique. Their sandwiches are served on a fresh bun that’s baked each morning by a local baker. You’ve simply got to try it!
Plentea – A couple blocks away
Your team might not be interested in a full-on meal, but it’s always fun to grab a little something before or after your game. You might want to hang after to relive some of those clutch make or break moments of the game. Grab a handcrafted, uniquely-sourced bubble tea after your game and let your team members relax a bit after an action-packed 60 minutes.
Rambler – A couple blocks away
Rambler is an awesome choice for delicious meals, craft cocktails, and conversation with your team!