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what is exit strategy longview escape room?

Exit Strategy Longview escape room is a venue for  awesome multi-player games where you are “locked” in a room with friends, family, coworkers, or sometimes total strangers.  The goal is to use your amazing powers of deduction to find clues, solve puzzles, open locks and figure out how the heck to get out of this place in just an hour.  Each of our rooms are themed and have a backstory that creates an immersive experience you won’t soon forget.

Since our goal is to offer a family-friendly adventure game, Exit Strategy Longview Escape Room is not heavy on special effects or scare factor.   Trust us there is plenty of adrenaline involved when you are racing the clock to escape.

who should visit an Escape room?

You don’t have to live in Longview to visit us.  We have had visitors from Jefferson, Marshall, Tyler, Shreveport, Carthage, Diana, Ore City, Daingerfield, White Oak, Gladewater, Kilgore, and the list just keeps growing. 

Exit Strategy Longview Escape Rooms are good for:

  • School/Church Groups
  • Date Night
  • Family Game Night
  • Team Building
  • Birthday Parties
  • Girl’s Night Out
  • Corporate Events

how much does it cost?

Our rates are $24/person.  Book the whole room and get the tickets for $22/person.  Keep in mind, if you don’t book the entire room, you may be playing with others.  It’s a great opportunity to make some new friends!

If you have a larger group, we offer group discounts.  Give us a call or shoot us an e-mail to discuss the details.

where is it?

People want to know where we are in Longview.  We are located on the loop near the Gilmer Road intersection.  We are in the same shopping center as Vista College, Cato, SecureCare Self Storage and Pro Flex Gym behind Taco Bell.

Exit Strategy Local Map

Not sure an escape room is for you?  Give us a call or come by and check us out in person!  Visit our rooms page to check out our themes.  Ready to reserve your tickets?  Click the button below.

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