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Escape Rooms Coming Soon to the Meeple!

Escape Rooms Coming Soon to the Meeple!


At long last, the Malted Meeple Escape Rooms are nearly here!

I know, I know, it’s been a bit of a wait. But that’s because we weren’t happy with just any old escape rooms. Like everything else we do here at the Meeple, we wanted to take our escape rooms to the next level. We wanted to provide our guests with a premium, immersive experience. It took us a bit longer than we’d planned, but once you experience our rooms, we think you will agree it was worth the wait!

So just when can you experience our rooms? Great question!

The short answer is soon… very soon.

The longer answer is that observant guests may have already noticed some odd activity at the Meeple over the last few weeks. Rooms that once were available for daily play are no longer accessible. Mysterious redacted work orders have appeared in the occasional window. Those that listened closely may have even heard the faint sound of construction. This strange activity can only mean that we are entering the final stages of the escape room creation process. This final stage is only scheduled to last for two short weeks!

We’ll need a little time to clean up the construction dust, but plan to have the rooms operational for initial runs before the end of January!

Stay tuned for more information, exact opening dates, announcements of special member only dates, and other great news!

In the meantime, stop in and check out one of this month’s new milkshake madness flavors. Word of warning however, this month’s planned Milkshake Madness competition has been abducted, and is now fully under alien control. It may be a coincidence, but we expect this abduction has something to do with the first of our Escape Room adventures, Area 53.

For more information on our rooms, check out our new Escape Room page!

Jim Reed is a lifelong gamer who started with the original red box Dungeons & Dragons. After spending 20 years in the corporate world, he decided it was high time that work be fun and struck out on his own. Jim now owns and operates Ravenwood Castle and The Malted Meeple, and spends his days ensuring his guests have as much fun as he does.