The Nazir’s room is an interactive game that challenges the participants to outsmart the an in-room actor “The Nazir” to Escape the room with his wine bottles. It is geared towards larger groups (6-12 people), while allowing small groups without a Nazir. The Kabbalist room’s is geared towards smaller groups (2-6 people), with the challenge of deciphering the multiple charms the Kabbalist put on the room in an attempt to escape with a valuable ancient scroll
Approximately 90 minutes from beginning to end, including introduction, the activity and feedback. The better the team, the quicker you will be finished. If you do not find all the clues and solve the puzzles that unlock the door within 60 minutes, you will have failed your mission.
The minimum recommended age is 10 years old. Anyone under 14 years old must be accompanied by a paying adult. A minimum of two adults must accompany groups of children. Infants/ toddlers will not be permitted in the activity room.
Contact us. We are friendly people. We would be happy to work with you to arrange something.
A bunch of friends who are looking to have a real good, fun time.
All participants are asked to arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled time. Unless you signed up for a private session, in order to be fair to the other participants we need to start on time, and the door to the room closes exactly at the reservation time you signed up for. Anyone arriving late may not participate and will not receive a refund. If you are late to a private session then it will be cut short if necessary to allow the next session to start unimpeded.
No. Cell phones, cameras and other electronic devices are not allowed to be used in the room.
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In brief, a Nazir is a person who decides to take a vow of abstention from wine and grapes, and not to cut his/her hair, in order to become more spiritual.
Our Nazir, however, is a fun person whom you don’t want to cross
No. He adds to the fun.
Escape rooms put the participants in a physical/ mental puzzle, solvable by cognitive abilities and team building that will keep the adrenaline flowing as they attempt to escape from a room. The concept is similar to quest video games, except that in a real-life escape room, the participants are physically in the game.
In our quest, Escape the Nazir, there is an added level of interactivity and fun not found in other Escape Rooms in Israel.
There are three different sessions offered by The Jerusalem Puzzle Quest. Nazir sessions, which include a second actor in the room, are for groups between 6-12 people. Basic (Nazir-less) sessions, without an actor, are for groups between 4-6 people. Kabbalist sessions (slightly advanced) are for groups of 2-6 people.
One does not need to purchase more than 1 ticket to participate, however, a session will not be run unless the minimum number of people are participating. People in the session do not need to know each other