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Eternal Unrest Escape Room

Eternal Unrest Funeral Home

A Victorian era mansion, used by former owners as the Eternal Unrest Funeral Home, is on the housing market in our escape room. A frustrated realtor and terrified owner are desperately trying to sell the home but there’s a unique issue – the house is haunted! Prospective buyers have seen unexplained figures and shadows, and heard eerie whispers and screams. As a last resort they hired you – a group of freelance ghost hunters. You have one hour to communicate with the spirits and help them find peace.

Inver Grove Heights Escape Room
Inver Grove Heights Escape Room
Nowhere Eternal Unrest Escape Room
Eternal Unrest Escape Room

FAQ’s about the Escape Rooms

How many people can I have in my party?

We have found that a maximum of 8 people allows for easy movement and enjoyment of puzzle solving in our escape rooms.

Will I be in the escape room with people I don’t know?

No, we want to make this a private, shared experience for you and your group. We do ask for a minimum of 4 people in your party.

Are the escape rooms scary since they’re in the haunted house?

There are no actors or scary animatronics in our escape rooms. The Lucky Skull has no spooky elements. Eternal Unrest involves “ghost hunting in a funeral home” so the theme lends itself to a paranormal feel.

What if we we’re having trouble solving the puzzles?

Our gamemasters are there to assist you with unlimited clues and hints.

How many rooms are in each escape room experiences?

There are at least 3 rooms in each of our puzzle rooms.

Can children and teens participate in the escape rooms?

The Lucky Skull and Eternal Unrest are recommended for kids 12 and above. However, if children are part of a family group they may participate. New rooms are currently under development and will be available for children younger than 12.