The Jackson Escape Rooms team builds escape rooms around a story or theme and invites players to test their wits against challenging clues, perplexing puzzles, and maddening mysteries that are embedded in the rooms.

 

Each of our rooms is totally unique & originate in-house. We love the creative process of dreaming about what we could make and then figuring out how to make it reality, so we don't purchase our room concepts or puzzle sequences from a creative think tank — it's too much fun being the creative think tank.

Thank you for making plans to come and share something special and memorable with us!


“Once you escape a Jackson Escape Room, unlocking a door will never feel the same again
— Lee Wilson, Jackson Escape Rooms

Players First

Jackson Escape Rooms approaches immersive entertainment as an opportunity to serve customers by providing escape rooms that offer innovative shared experience and the excitement of discovery.

Everything we do in connection with our escape rooms is crafted to maximize our customer satisfaction with their entertainment and team building experience with us.

At first blush, it may seem odd to conceive of escape rooms as a way of serving the people who live in our communities, but we genuinely believe that the shared experience of a group of people working together, transcending the sum of their parts, while solving an escape room is one of the most positive forms of entertainment anyone can encounter.


REMARKABLE ROOMS

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Jackson Escape Rooms is committed to innovation and experimentation that opens the door for the future of fun & team building.

We love what we do because the work is inspiring. Building a room, crafting a component, designing a layout, sequencing a clue series, decorating a lobby — all these ways of working are deeply satisfying to the team behind Jackson Escape Rooms.

We want every player to experience the satisfaction that comes with experiencing fresh ideas and innovation, so our team is dedicated to making something new, to making something better. 

These are lofty aspirations, but who wants to work for anything less?