Attention escape room enthusiast. If you haven’t visited Rabbit Hole Escape Games in the Tampa do yourselves a favor a check out their excellent Skunk Ape escape room series. The Escape Junkies love new and creative concepts, and the crew at Rabbit Hole has creativity in spades. In what has to be the first of it’s kind Alice’s Tee Time, a mini-golf experience with escape game elements is now available! I wrote about how excited I was to see how Alice’s Tee Time would turn out back in January, and now the experience is open to the public!
I should warn you that the staff at Rabbit Hole has made it clear that this is NOT an escape room but miniature golf with escape game elements set in the Alice in Wonderland world. That might sound complicated, and I have not tried the game yet so it’s probably better you get the details straight from the rabbit’s mouth.
From Rabbit Hole’s FAQ
“All the details on Alice’s Tee Time
First, this game is not an escape room. There are mini challenges and puzzles to solve, but it’s not a traditional game.
This adventure combines a classic recreational game: miniature golf. Alice’s Tee Time is nine holes (indoors). You must solve mini-puzzles to unblock holes and/or continue putting through. Each hole represents a different part of Alice’s story in the nonsense world of Wonderland. Our game loosely follows the book, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Not the sequel, nor the movies.
This game is also structured differently than our other games. Each team consists of MAX 3 players. Ideally, this is perfect for a pair. A new team will start approx every 20 minutes. Total game time will vary, but average times are 90-110 minutes for all nine holes.
Youths ages 7-12 MUST be accompanied by a paying adult. At least one member of your party MUST be 18 or older. No one under 7 is allowed in game room. There are no exceptions. House rules will be strictly enforced and horseplay is prohibited. The Queen has a hot temper, be respectful.”
Book your experience here and tag us along with your score. I will post my thoughts on my round once I have a chance to play the course.