Large Groups

Up to 12 people can enjoy the Eureka Room at the same time!

 

The Eureka Room is popular for team building, birthday parties, and groups attending conferences at the nearby convention center.

 

 

Important things to know:

 

 

1) The room can hold up to 12 people, BUT if many people in your group are on the larger side we recommend you keep it to 10 people or less. 

 

 

2) Larger groups can be split up into back-to-back 1 hour sessions. There are many great coffeeshops, bars, and restaurants nearby to keep half of your group entertained.

 

 

3) If you have concerns about whether it is appropriate for your group, please see the details of what happens on this page. Please reach out with any questions as well.

 

 

4) It works best for groups that already have rapport with each other. It works best for playful and enthusiastic people. Type-A personalities sometimes have a difficult time having fun here.

 

 

 

5) Private bookings are $200 and are good for 4-8 people. It is $25 per person after 8 people.

 

To book a large group,  Look at the booking page and find a time that has all EIGHT tickets available, click it and then select “private group” and book it. If you have more than 8 people, please send an email to booking@eurekaroom.com  letting us know which time/day you booked and how many people total you will have. We will send you a link to pay for the additional people and add the additional people to your booking. Yes, this is a bit complicated. We are working on it.

 

Tip for faster booking:  to make sure the time you requested does not already have some tickets booked.

Large Group FAQs

I understand. Please see this page for a complete overview of what happens. 

If you have more questions,  just email me at booking@eurekaroom.com!

The Eureka Room is the $25 per person regardless of group size. 

The Eureka Room works best with 8-10 people and can accommodate up to 12 people. 

Larger groups often split into two groups. While one group is in the experience, the other group hangs out at one of the nearby coffee shops, bars or restaurants within walking distance.

Each group's experience is just under an hour.

Generally, yes. The participation element encourages people to interact with each other. The non-competitive nature helps bond participants. And it's fun.

The Eureka Room works best for those people who like other people, are playful, curious, and don't find following some absurd instructions.