Just in time for Halloween chills, Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort brings back the evil Krampus to its escape room.
“Krampus Returns” is back in the Columns Room off the lobby at Scarlet Pearl. The experience promises to be even creepier and more frightening than the original version the casino and Escape This Biloxi teamed up to present last December.
This year, it will be a nearly 3-month run of “holiday fun with a twist,” ending on New Year’s Eve.
The hour-long challenge puts groups of up to 8 people in the room to search for clues and solve puzzles to escape Krampus, an evil, horned, anti-Santa Claus who punishes misbehaving children.
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“Here at Scarlet Pearl, we are always thinking of how we can take entertainment to the next level,” said Vicki Haskins, director of promotions, events and entertainment. “With ‘Krampus Returns,’ we are confident this is the best Escape Room yet.”
The escape room is open Thursday through Sunday, with extended hours near Halloween and Christmas.
Children must be 12 years or older to take part in the escape room.
Tickets are $20 plus online booking fees and include one free beer for guests 21 and over.