T h e H A l l w a y
T h e H A l l w a y
PORT HURON, MI
REGISTER AND PLAY
Looking for something new and exciting to do in Downtown Port Huron? Try out the latest trend in evening entertainment, Escape Rooms.
Escape Rooms provide a fun, interactive, team building environment for people of all ages. Challenge your wits in a room filled with friends, puzzles and clues to ESCAPE in sixty minutes or less.
Registration is easy. Click Here to choose your date. Register yourself, or, a full group. Our rooms can host groups as small as 4 or as large as 10 people. Check out our Rooms Page to choose the room that best fits your group.
Thomas Edison's Train Car Printing Press
Your group was visiting the Thomas Edison Depot Museum. While inside the train car someone typed in the wrong Morse code message and sent you all back to 1863. You've got an hour to figure out how to get back to the present before young Tom's latest experiment explodes.
4-6 participants recommended
Price is $25 a person, or you can book the entire room for $167 (room holds 8 people, *8 will be a tight fit)
Casino Royale Heist
Your group has been planning to rob the casino for weeks, everything was going great until your guy on the inside got caught. You have one hour to finish the heist before you all get caught and join your friend behind bars.
This room holds 4-10 participants (minimum of 4 participants is required )
Price is $25 a person, or you can book the entire room for $215 (room holds 10 people)
Who killed the old, wealthy widow, Mildred Todd? What weapon was used to murder her? Is her body hidden away somewhere in her mansion?
This room holds 4-6 participants.
To book your time slot CLICK HERE, choose a time slot, enter your info and pay online. If you are unable to pay online, call us at 810 689-9259 and we'll get you registered in person.
Still don't get it? In our Rooms, you will search for hidden compartments, clues and secret codes, all with the goal of deciphering the final puzzle to ESCAPE the room in 60 minutes or less. Succeeding, failing and bonding are imminent - escaping is not.