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5 Wits, Foxboro

(3.5/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • We were suppose to have no more than 10 players and had 5 teenage boys that joined our mother daughter group of 7. The 5 were very rude and Zack spoke to them. But was not a fun time . Not what we exp...  more »
  • We took our kids here on New Year's Eve and did both adventures that they offer (45 -60 min each). Our kids are 9 to 12 years old and the challenges and adventures were well designed for that age grou...  more »
  • Zack lead us on a great spy adventure. Was a great hour of adventure, highly recommend trying 5 wits. Fun if you go with a group. Will be back to do the other adventure!  more »
  • This was so fun! I did both the Espionage and 20,000 Leagues attractions. The former took slightly under an hour, and the later took about an hour. Due to the rain, I was the only one there for both - so my experiences may not reflect your own. I thought the Espionage one was the most inventive, even though parts were obviously for a younger crowd. I loved the bug sweeper part, and the guy was a great actor. There are supposedly 5 endings, obviously I only got one. Not one of the two scenarios I thought, honestly. Great set design/ room design. I loved the lasers portion the most - I felt like a spy! 20,000 Leagues was longer and more involved. However, I didn't like the heavy lifting portion of one of the puzzles. The leaking pipes were a nice touch. This felt more oriented towards a slightly older crowd than Espionage, though that might have been because my guide didn't do much besides stand there unless I got really confused. This one needs a decent grasp of world geography, and I assume knowing the book helps a lot. Overall, while Leagues is more involved, and perhaps better for a large adult group, I did prefer Espionage. I just wish it was longer, or ended how I thought it would.
  • Did the 20,000 leagues adventure. Pretty boring. Staff leader was peppy but gave away too much to keep the group moving. There were 9 participants and two said they didn't get a chance to solve any challenges. I had previously done the espionage one there years ago and thought that was s little more challenging/fun. Not worth the $18 charged per person.
  • Great idea for a random night out activity! We had fun, but our group was too big so everything felt a little chaotic. Amelia and David rocked as our guides. Lots of fun.
  • It was fun and the staff was definitely into the job. I just feel like there were times where we were rushed through sections without being able to figure the puzzle out.
  • I almost feel bad giving this a 2 star review because the staff was so friendly and animated. We went to Boston for 2 days with our 12 year old boys and chose to drive all the way to Foxborough to do this instead of staying in city. The boys were terribly disappointed. They may have enjoyed it when they were 9 years old. The others that attended who were that age seemed to enjoy it. I expected something completely different and thought it might even appeal my husband and me. It was was overpriced; we bought tickets to both adventures and gave the 2nd ones away. I chose it because reviews were so positive and am still regretting it.