Fort Nisqually Living History Museum and Metro Parks Tacoma are excited to announce a much-anticipated sequel to the critically-acclaimed and award-winning escape game “Trapped: Escape Fort Nisqually.”
The sequel, “Arrested: Escape Fort Nisqually,” will transport teams of players back in time to unlock the secrets of the fort’s strangest historical event: the murder of Saysilloh. With the prime murder suspect on the run, players will race against time, and examine contradictory evidence and witnesses’ lies to uncover the truth before the killer can escape justice.
Alongside the launch of this riveting, new escape game, “Trapped” heads into its third blockbuster season. The two games are running concurrently with “Trapped” offered every other weekend and “Arrested” every weekend through March. Each game lasts one hour. There’s room for eight participants in the “Trapped” game and 10 in “Arrested.”
“Trapped” and “Arrested” are a collaboration between Metro Parks Tacoma and Labyrinth Escape Games of Portland.
Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, operated by Metro Parks Tacoma, is a restoration of the Hudson’s Bay Company outpost and headquarters of the Puget Sound Agricultural Company. Visitors travel back in time and experience life in Washington Territory during the 1850s. Nine buildings are open to the public, including the granary and the factors House, both National Historic Landmarks, and a visitor center with museum store.
For more information and to purchase tickets visit fortnisqually.org.