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Duck and Cover Classroom Escape Room Reviews

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Duck and Cover Classroom
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One unfortunate agent needs your help recovering radioactive materials misplaced by the Manhattan Project before all of Chicago must duck and cover. Do you have what it takes to accomplish this mission?

The puzzles are clever and the specialized hints really kept us moving along. Compared to other room escapes (we've done many!) this one has a great design aesthetic and is well produced.


Our group has done a handful of escape rooms but we did two here this weekend and had an incredible time. The first room was Dollhouse, lead by Monarch. Our team of 6 was able to work on different puzzles at the same time instead of having to follow a linear course of action which we loved. There were definitely a few things that tripped us up and that just made it so much better. After completing that (and beating it with only 12 minutes to spare) we were excited to try another game at the same facility. We did Duck and Cover, lead by Sweetheart and found it a bit more challenging. The games were a little more linear at first but at one point we were able to break off and work some puzzles more individually. It took some team effort to get the final puzzle but we loved it and it really tested our skills and finished with about 10 minutes left. We are already planning our next trip back to try a couple of the other rooms! Thanks so much for a great day!


The Duck and Cover escape room was a blast! We had so much fun. Scooter made it even more fantastic!! I will recommend this to all my friends!


Escape Artistry

The Time Gallery: 1342 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago
The Railcar: Flatiron Arts Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee Ave. Ste 350, Chicago

The Time Gallery

A veritable escape-room multiplex, Escape Artistry’s prime location includes five different games with scenarios like a Cold War classroom nuke drill, a pirates’ dungeon, solve a series of glittery B-movie murders in 1982, and a network of spying grannies.

The Railcar

Escape Artistry’s original offering, “The Railcar,” puts you on an El train careening toward disaster. You'll also find rooms that pit players against Chicago gangster John Dillinger and task participants with averting a nuclear disaster.


Choose Your Mission! 

At Escape Artistry, our escape rooms are "Chicago Original." All 6 of our games are handcrafted by local Chicago artists with custom puzzle games you won't find anywhere else! 

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