Private +Large Groups
The Eureka Room is a top choice for team-building events, birthday parties, and groups attending conferences at the nearby convention center. And if you have a group larger than eight people, don’t worry! Check out the information below for details on how we accommodate larger groups.
Groups of 4-8
To book a private group of 4-8 people, simply find a showing with eight tickets still available and purchase them all. It’s that easy!
Groups of 9-12
The Eureka Room can accommodate large groups up to 12 people. Simply reach out to us with details of your visit, and we’ll work together to find a time slot that works for you.
Groups of 12+
For groups of 12+, we typically do back to back experiences, each lasting 60 minutes. There are many coffeeshops, bars, and restaurants within walking distance to get something to eat or drink. (Sorry, there’s no way to wait here without spoiling the surprise!)
How To Book:
Email us at email@example.com and be sure to include:
1) How many people are in your group (or range of people if you are not sure yet).
2) Which days/times would work for you. (For groups of 8+ we are sometimes able to do bookings outside our regular hours, so feel free to ask!)
Tip for faster booking: Make sure the time you requested does not already have some tickets booked.
Please note: If many people in your group are larger than average, you might want to keep it to around 10 people per showing.
Large Group FAQs
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If you have more questions, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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.