5 Wits at Patriot Place

Voted one of USA Today’s 10Best Escape Rooms. Have you ever wanted to battle a giant sea monster? How about save the world as a secret spy? Your adventure awaits at 5 Wits in Patriot Place! 5 Wits presents groups with the most high-tech, interactive experience in New England. In Espionage, visitors will infiltrate an enemy base, dodge lasers, crack safes, and try not to get caught by the bad guys. In 20,000 Leagues, patrons of an everyday museum tour accidentally come across Captain Nemo’s Nautilus, lost for over a century beneath the waves. You’ll find no virtual reality at 5 Wits, but real, physical spaces and puzzles you must solve before moving on and advancing the plot. We’re perfect for groups of 5, 50, or 200, all ages. Contact Group Sales Manager to book your group trip.
Contact Info
Address: 202 Patriot Place, Foxboro, MA 02035. Norfolk County.
Tel: 855-955-WITS.
Website: www.5-wits.com.
Hrs: Vary.
Let your camp group experience espionage, science fiction, and more in our hands-on, interactive adventures. All adventures at 5 Wits also help campers build life skills such as teamwork, problem solving, and more. Call for group rates.
Contact Info
Name: Group Sales.
Phone: 855-955-9487 ext. 1.
Trip Info
Grade Level: All grades.
Group Size: Min. 10, max. 200.
Program Type: Day Trips, Guided Tours, Guided Activities.
Recomm. Length of Visit: 1 - 2 hours
Recomm. Ratio of Campers to Staff: 15:1
Registration: Online, Phone.
Cost: Fee.

Indoor Entertainment - Arcades Fun Facts

Have campers take a (quick) break from the fun on the next trip to an indoor amusement center, and have them think about the design and day-to-day operations of the venue. How is it designed and laid out? What games and features (batting cages, arcade games, redemption games) go where, and why? Have them take a look around at how many people are there enjoying themselves; what is the maximum number of occupants, and why? How does the management go about heating and cooling the venue at different times of the year?

Speak to the staff about these questions; learn the "why" behind how things are arranged, and consider the role of safety. Relate this to how things are organized and what the rules are back at the camp.