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Inside Area 51
Brace yourself for a thrilling exploration into the enigmatic realm of Area 51
Recommended MINIMUM OF 4 PLAYERS.
Please call to book for groups larger than 10 Players.
- 7+ players per person
- 4–6 players per person
- 3 players per person
- 2 players per person
Unlock its secrets, explore the unexplained, and experience the thrill of delving into the unknown.
The United States Air Force facility, more commonly known as Area 51, is a highly classified remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range. According to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the correct names for the facility are Homey Airport and Groom Lake, though the name Area 51 was used in a CIA document from the Vietnam War.
Although the base has never been declared a secret base, all occurrences in Area 51 are top secret and the base’s primary purpose is publicly unknown. One theory suggests that Area 51 is dedicated to the research and testing of experimental weapon systems and aircraft, while yet another theory suggest that Area 51 is devoted to the research and storage of things of an “alien” nature. Several ex-employees have gone on record stating they know the purpose of Area 51, but many have been discredited.
Back In Time has been hired by one such individual who claims to have been involved in the base’s primary research project back in 1997. He states that the project met with some sort of “accident” in July of that year that claimed the life of his research colleague and several others. He claims that the incident has been whitewashed by government officials and that the facility was immediately evacuated until the “situation” could be contained. This individual now believes that public oversight of the facility is necessary.
You and your team must travel back to 1997 during the time of the evacuation immediately following the “accident” and recover the individual’s research notebook. This notebook contains evidence that can expose once and for all the true purpose of Area 51 to the public.
Can you and your team break through the veil of secrecy and security to accomplish this mission? Sign up now to find out!
- Children Ages 7+ are considered Players and children Under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Ages 6 and under are free to join and do not count towards your group size.
- Players of all ages can enjoy the experience but keep in mind that critical thinking is necessary to enjoy the experience and may be difficult for younger players so use your best judgement when putting your team together!