Break This Code: we dah os hcum nuf!

What is she trying to tell us?

What is she trying to tell us?

ACCOMPLICE New York, an Immersive Theatrical Experience

If you love scavenger hunts, laughing, surprises, fun, new experiences and meeting people this is your kind of adventure.  Oh yeah, you also have to like to walk!

Our group of three braved a cold and cloudy day, soon forgot the weather and just had fun. We made seven new friends, many of whom were local or from the area (I was the exception in our group).

You just see a city differently when you do something like this and we all thoroughly enjoyed the perspective.  I won’t give away the secrets here, but we got to locations by solving puzzles, breaking codes and interpreting clues. It was campy and the actors were great (a couple of us just might be in love with Joseph . . .”do svidaniya”)!

For those who are not from NYC, and are not sure how they define “downtown”, think Brooklyn Bridge, Chinatown, Little Italy, etc.  Very historic and great neighborhoods to explore.

We hear they are starting one just for kids in Central Park.

Put on your walking shoes and enjoy.

Need to Know:  They have 2 NYC events, one in the Village (2 hrs) and one Downtown (3 hrs).  We did the downtown version and I would allow a bit more than 3 hrs and if you do have time, there is a good spot to relax afterwards and watch other groups finish. For details and reservations visit: www.AccompliceTheShow.com

Could this be a clue?

Could this be a clue?

Posted on April 2, 2015, in New York, USA and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. MFFuson@aol.com

    Sounds like lots of fun! Millie Fuson MFFuson@aol.com

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  2. What fun, Karen. How do you find these neat things to do! Love, Bette

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  3. This looks like a total blast! We may be in NYC next summer for a meeting and will definitely look into this.

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  4. Sounds like a lot of fun, Karen. This is totally different, but there is supposedly something similar–in that the group figures out clues to get out of a locked room–in Budapest. I’d like to try that one too. Jean Naviaux

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