Escape the Village Opening Soon
Mar. 23, Apr. 27, May 25, Jun. 22, Jul. 27, Aug. 24 & Sept. 28
Noon, 1:30 p.m., and 3 p.m.
SHARONVILLE, Ohio – Escape the Village is an exciting, new escape room challenge at Heritage Village Museum! You don’t have to know anything about local history to complete this challenge, but you might learn something along the way! Escape the Village is a unique escape room experience set in an authentic historic building containing 19th century artifacts.
The first Escape the Village challenge will be held in Fetter General Store and is titled “Morgan’s Raiders of the Lost Art.” Follow the clues to solve this art heist based on the historic confederate raid in July 1863, when General John Hunt Morgan and his men rode through this area looting along the way. Morgan’s Raiders couldn’t carry everything with them, so they hid some of their plunder and left clues so they could find it later. Follow the clues to discover where the raiders stashed a priceless piece of art. The artwork holds the key to your escape!
Dates: Mar. 23, Apr. 27, May 25, Jun. 22, Jul. 27, Aug. 24 and Sept. 28
There will be three time slots during each of these dates: Noon, 1:30 p.m., and 3 p.m.
Each session can accommodate four to twelve people. Call 513-563-9484 to check availability and schedule your Escape the Village session. Admission is $25 per person.
Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center is located inside Sharon Woods Park, behind the Sharon Centre at 11450 Lebanon Rd. Sharonville, Ohio 45241. A Great Parks of Hamilton County parking permit may be required. Enter through Sharon Centre.
For more information call 513-563-9484 or visit www.HeritageVillageCincinnati.org.
Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center is operated by Historic Southwest Ohio (HSO), a private, non-profit organization that owns and operates the buildings and collections of Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center. Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center is a picturesque gathering of 13 authentic historical buildings that represent various aspects of family life during the 1800s. Annual memberships are available to Heritage Village Museum and Educational Center.