Romantic Valentine’s open-air escape game in NYC
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What to expect
‘Dinner and a movie’ is so 2021! Especially when the movie is now played out in the real-world. Let us explain!
If you’re looking for a new and exciting way of spending Valentine’s Day, something that boosts your relationship skills and teaches you two how to work better together, this is your Eureka moment!
We’re inviting you both (or you three - hey, we don’t judge) to do one of the romantic-themed open-air escape games in New York City.
The event starts on Monday, February 14th at 10AM and ends Sunday night, February 20th. You can play the 1.5 hour-game at any hour on these days.
The route you’re going to follow in the city is sprinkled with charming and picturesque places, fun clues and challenges, and romantic stories of past and present.
The experience will play out like you’re the main characters of a movie, only that you’re experiencing everything in first person! Fun dialogue, intrigue, and unexpected interactions are guaranteed.
Invite your significant other to a real-world adventure!
WHAT YOU’LL DO
This new concept combining elements of escape rooms, board games, treasure hunts, and exploration tours is a treat for any couple.
The game is an interactive activity where you are guided by a mobile app through the city. With it, you follow directions and solve very fun puzzles, riddles, and cryptic codes.
During the game, you will also visit popular and hidden places in the city while learning fun (and we mean it) stories about them. This is a storytelling experience just as much.
The couples doing these escape games gave them an average rating of 4.7/5 around the world. Join the playground too!
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
This game does NOT end in the same place where it started. The ending address can be found in the app. And you can play at anytime, no need to schedule.
Questo players around the world
What people think about the experience
My friends and I had such an amazing time doing the scavenger hunt. got to see some cool sites! Highly recommended
It was great! Even if you know everything about the city, you are still bound to learn something! It is for all ages, and surprisingly doesn't feel like that long of a walk, even though it is 1,8 miles!
Great game!! It was a lot of fun and you can see many beautiful sights. In addition, you get to know the city in a playful way and in search of clues, you explore everything with open eyes.
Fabulous quest, really interesting. Took us away form the bustling city and down little cobbled streets, beautiful.
Amazing! I really enjoyed learning the history and visiting so many different places throughout the city. I would definitely recommend for couples who are in love. Great adventure!
A well worthwhile experience that'll give anyone a brand new appreciation for the city. Absolutely recommend to anyone, lots of fun!
Michael, New York
How the event works
This is an interactive activity where you explore the city and solve puzzles/riddles. You will be guided by an award-winning app from start to end.
Step 1: Book your spot here
Step 2: Download the app for free
Step 3: Arrive at the set starting location
Step 4: Follow the simple instructions in the app which will help you play the game (from the app you can also invite your significant other if they want to also play on their phones)
Date and time: play anytime between 14 and 20 February - you can play at any hour of the day, whenever it’s convenient for you.
Duration: the game usually takes about an hour and a half, but you can go at your own pace too.
Distance walked: around 3 KM
Starting location: 1000 5th Ave, New York
Safety: this event takes place outdoors and it doesn’t involve contact with people, but please follow your local COVID-19 guidelines.
Please find more information in your booking confirmation email.
And consult our FAQ section if you have more questions.
More than 150,000 people have played our games before. Are you ready to join this playground?