Team Building




Escape rooms are an excellent way to build team morale, cohesion and leadership. Plan your next team building event right here at Mystery Mayhem Escapes & Axe Throwing!

1. We are not your traditional team building activity.

Gone are the days (or hopefully) of getting a bunch of people in a circle and taking turns falling into each others arms or doing a ropes course. We offer something different that emphasizes engagement between all team members. Communication, teamwork, leadership, problem solving and patience will be tested in a fun, safe environment.

"If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself."

2. Your team needs to learn to work well together.

The level of productivity achieved is based on how well members interact with each other, listen to each other, and even trust each other. We provide a setting outside the office where they will have to lean on one another to achieve success. By doing this, co-workers will become closer and start to feel more comfortable, which leads to positive, professional results.

"Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind than the one where they sprang up."

3. Every team member is different.

Everyone has their own set of strengths and weaknesses. Your goal is to utilize each person’s strengths to the fullest, but also to recognize weaknesses in each individual and team as a whole. Whether it’s a lack of communication or a lack of leadership among team members. We provide a fun and safe environment that allows you to recognize issues and resolve them before they become bigger problems. Throw a bunch of people in an escape room and you’ll quickly discover who the natural leaders are. Not everyone is wired like that, which is a good thing. You need different personalities to have the best chance for success in an escape room (and in the office).

Some of the types you’ll see are:

  • Spotter/scavenger
  • Analyst
  • Communicator
  • Leader
  • Problem Solver

    We design our games to allow everyone to thrive and contribute to each team’s success in a different way.

  • 4. Get Out of the Office

    Everyone needs a break from the same mundane routine at the office. Your people will love you for it; it shows that you care for them while helping to raise moral within the ranks. Whether your objective is to evaluate team members for that new promotion or just want to offer a fun day out, rest assured they will be talking about their experience at their desks or water cooler for weeks to come.

    The most successful , memorable team building events are ones that don’t feel like a day at the office