World's first virtual escape room
Future tech escape room San Francisco
High-tech team-building for teams of 2-250
For large remote teams of 12-200 Players
Remote teams only.
Moonshot 2° Gateway
Remote teams only.
For small teams of less than 12 players
Lola in Space°
In person or remote teams.
Lola 2 Mars°
In-person or remote teams.
SF Escape Tour
Outdoors on an eScooter!
Pushing the boundary of immersive experiences
Since 2016, Reason has been considered by hundreds of Silicon Valley companies as the best escape room and high-tech team building partner.
We are the creator of the world’s first future tech escape room and massive virtual escape room. Our one-of-a-kind experiences are built purposefully for collaborative problem solving and technology exploration.
Each game is located in hand-crafted sci-fi sets and features the latest in emerging tech such as VR, holograms, robotics, etc. We have the largest escape rooms in the industry designed for team building and are experienced in coordinating large corporate event such as workshops, happy hours, and off-sites from 2-250.
Reason is an independent business located in the SOMA neighborhood of San Francisco with a mission to humanize our relationship with technology and each other. You can experience Reason remotely from anywhere in the world or physically in San Francisco. Check out what the press is saying.
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“With the Reason, the bar for what to expect [in an escape room] has just been astronomically raised.. with the integration of drone, virtual reality, 3D printing and more into their high-tech escape room!”
“One way to humanize modern technology? Get trapped in a room with it and try to escape. A “future technology” game leaves us ready to hug our Roombas!”
“The Future Technology Escape Room in San Francisco is an innovative concept that brings technology exploration and team building adventure together!”
“At Reason, players can use new technologies to help them escape, such as a 3D printer to fabricate an object that will aid their progress.”