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House of Darkness

One day Arthur Holmwood's wife was exploring the old ruins near their home, she never returned... Arthur searched for her but all he found was a scrap of her dress with some blood on it. He ventured into the ruins but was never seen again...

You are tasked with locating his weapons and discovering his fate.

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Reopening April 8th
House of Darkness is part escape room and part haunted house. Only the brave should tackle this one!

Era: Late 1800's, in the dungeon of a castle ruins.

Dress: Wear something easy to move in since there will be crawling and other elements that require you to have freedom of movement.

Room Difficulty: This room is fairly difficult in that after the first portion of the room you will be in the dark for around 30 minutes solving puzzles by feel and sound.

Suggested Age: We highly suggest 16 and over for this room. May be too terrifying for children under 13.

Warning, there are shackles (with safety release), crawling, confined spaces, and areas of complete darkness.

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5 out 5 stars

I love Hour to Midnight. Easily one of the best escape room companies out there. I've completed all three rooms now over the course of the past few years and I'm extremely excited to see what they come up with next. I highly recommend giving them a try. Whether you're a beginner or experienced with escape rooms, there's a lot here for everyone of all skill levels.

Jesse S
5 out 5 stars

My wife and I, who are self-proclaimed connoisseurs of escape rooms, did the House of Darkness room. It was genuinely one of our favorites that we've done. Amanda checked us in, and was extremely personable, professional and kind. A room has to be unique to get us excited, and this one definitely checked that box. 80% of your time in the room will be spent in complete darkness. No flashlight, no lantern, nothing. Literally feeling your way around the room. And it's awesome. And don't worry, no live actors and no real jump scares, just darkness. Highly recommended.

Scottie B.
Denver, CO