Museum Escape: Red Scare
Is there a KGB spy in our midst?
Shocking facts have been revealed about a prominent member of the Augusta community. Margaret Bourke-White, the wife of noted Augusta-area novelist, Erskine Caldwell, has mysteriously returned to the Augusta region. She is under suspicion by the House Un-American Activities Committee for being a communist and helping the Soviet Union. It is up to you to find out the truth. You have 45 minutes to use the clues and solve the puzzle.
Experience this Escape Room in the exhibit "Local Legends."
Each session is 1 hour. Please arrive 10 minutes before your time slot to sign a wavier and for further mission instructions. Plan to leave 15 minutes at the end for a debriefing and pictures. Admission to the Museum is included in the Escape Room ticket. Best of luck in your quest.
How to Participate:
When: Saturday - February 18, 25 and March 4, 11, 18, 25
Times: these Saturdays at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Cost per person : $20/person; $25/at the door; $15/museum member
Each session is 1 hour, which includes 45 minutes to solve the mystery and a 15 minute debriefing after the event. Admission to the Museum is included in the Escape Room ticket.
Ages 18 and up or 12 and up with parental supervision.
All participants must sign a wavier. To fill out the wavier in advance click below.
If you would like to book a private session for your business as a team building exercise, please contact the Museum. Our last Museum Escape program, Murder at the Mill, and Red Scare are available for booking throughout the year. Company sessions are available Monday through Wednesday, 9 am - 5 pm.