Meet us at TransWorld in St. Louis!

We’re excited for the Escape Room City at TransWorld’s Halloween & Attractions Show this week.

We’re eager to see all of our old escape room friends and make new ones.

Here’s how to find us over the next few days.

Lisa & David's name tags sitting on an assembled jigsaw puzzle.
We’ll be easy to find.


We’re opening the conference with a panel about ethics.

It’s Thursday’s free (included with your ticket) escape room seminar.

The Elephant in the Room: Escape Room Ethics – the Good, the Bad, the Ugly and How We Can Come Together to Change It!

  • 9:00am – 10:00am
  • Room 260

I will be moderating and David will be on the panel with industry veterans from Escape Games Canada, Museum of Intrigue, 13th Gate Escape, and The Puzzle Effect.

We’re going to cover a range of ethical issues and I’d expect some good… productive arguments.


We’ll be on stage early again to talk about operating an escape room in 2019.

This seminar is also free (included with your ticket.)

Setting Expectations for Escape Room Design in 2019

  • 9am – 10am
  • Room 267

We will cover how haunted attraction owners have raised the bar and pitfalls they need to look out for. We will also address strengths and weaknesses of industry players from other backgrounds, painting a picture of where this industry has evolved from and where it might go.

The talk is written. It’s been rehearsed. We’re ready for this.


Find us at the escape room mixer on Saturday evening.

  • 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm
  • Holiday Inn, Broadway/ Washington Rooms
  • Free to attendees; cash bar

All Show

Stop by the San Antonio Escape Room Conference Lounge, booth 3029, located in Escape Room City. We’ll be hanging out there in between seminars and exploring the show floor.

We’re looking for interesting conversation. Come find us. We’d love to chat.


  1. Thanks for this info. Looking forward to your morning talks. Will be bringing clients to the Christmas show. Saw you at IDS, but didn’t have the chance to say hello.

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