CLUED INN Free Escape Room

Can You Escape Before It’s Too Late?

NYC’s #1 Escape Room adds a heart health twist for National Diabetes Alert Day, Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Enjoy FREE Escape Room Experience, Prizes, Diabetes & Heart Disease Resources with Nationally Recognized Diabetes Educators.

Online registration is quick and easy, and the entire Escape Room Experience is TOTALLY FREE courtesy of our sponsor, Boehringer Ingelheim.

3 Easy Steps To Register

STEP 1: Take either the Diabetes Risk Test to assess your risk factors for type 2 diabetes - OR - the Heart IQ Quiz for those living with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

STEP 2: Choose your room and time after receiving e-mail.

STEP 3: Arrive 15 minutes before reservation with your confirmation.

Registration Required Due to High Demand

Group Online Registration: groupbookings@cluedinn.org

 
 
 
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“IT’S A BLAST!”

“CAN’T WAIT TO GO BACK!”

“BOY, WAS THAT FUN!”

Can You Escape Before Time Runs Out?

Every Clued Inn room has a unique theme with a set of brain teasers to help you find your way out of an impending disaster. Escape before time runs out and earn the bragging rights for conquering New York City’s most challenging room escapes. Plus, solve the special ‘Diabetes & Heart Disease’ puzzles for a chance to receive extra prizes giveaways.

Who Can Play?

Clued Inn is the perfect choice for everyone. There are no special skills needed to have a great time!  Register with friends, family members, co-workers, or be teamed up with other fun players and test your brain power.

Which Room Will You Choose?  

 
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THE JURASSIC ESCAPE

An evil corporation has started cloning weaponized dinosaurs and it’s up to you and your team to save New York City and bring down the prehistoric predators as well as the evil corporation.

5:40 PM | 7 PM | 8:20 PM

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THE DIG

The Dig is one of the most exhilarating rooms where you’ll have the opportunity to solve a mystery as you make your way to salvation and the upper surface. Can your ideas help light the way out?

5:50 PM | 7:10 PM | 8:30 PM

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THE CLOCKTOWER

Take a fabulous trip through time in The ClockTower. The timekeeper has been stuck in a time warp and needs your help to get things back on track. Can you rally your team to help the timekeeper and escape?

6:15 PM | 7:30 PM | 8:45 PM

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THE HOME

The Home is a Victorian-themed mystery for six players. Something is amiss in this elaborate abode and you’re trapped inside. You have one hour before danger approaches. 

6:10 PM | 7:30 PM | 8:50 PM

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THE SUBMARINE

Enter The Submarine and descend to the bottom of the ocean where you and your fellow shipmates must navigate the waters, outsmart the insane captain, and reach the surface before your oxygen runs out!

5:20 PM | 6:40 PM | 8 PM

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THE MELTDOWN

Stop a MELTDOWN and keep your city from utter disaster. It can be more difficult than our other rooms but nothing ventured nothing gained, right? Those who succeed will have major bragging rights.

6 PM | 7:20 PM | 8:40 PM

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UNCOVER YOUR RISK

People living with diabetes are 2 times more likely to develop and die from cardiovascular disease – such as heart disease, heart failure, heart attack and stroke.

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SEARCH FOR CLUES

For adults at age 60, having type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease shortens life expectancy by an average of 12 years.

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SEEK OUT EXPERTS

In the U.S., every 80 seconds an adult with diabetes is hospitalized for heart disease and every 2 minutes an adult with diabetes is hospitalized for stroke.

About Diabetes & Heart Disease

According to a 2016 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 30.3 million people in the U.S. have diabetes, but nearly a quarter of them (7.2 million) are undiagnosed. The CDC also notes that people with type 2 diabetes face twice the risk of heart disease and stroke. 

Taking care of your type 2 diabetes is important to help you take care of your heart. You can lower your chances of having a heart disease by taking the following steps to manage your type 2 diabetes to keep your heart and blood vessels healthy.

Have a heart-to-heart with your healthcare provider

Does your loved one have type 2 diabetes?

Help them to get ‘clued inn’ about their increased risk for heart disease

Be Direct: 

Having diabetes means being up to 4 times more likely to get heart disease

Focus on What They Can Do: 

Just knowing their risk will help them reduce it

Talk Openly: 

Remind them that you want them to be around for a long time

Encourage a Doctor’s Visit: 

Their doctor is their best resource for managing risk

 
 
 
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