How do I travel with my Escape Room?


The Condition1 container (pictured below) is too large to be carried on but is safe to be checked as luggage for domestic and international travel.

Keep each container under 50 lbs to avoid additional fees.

Arrive at the airport two hours before you flight to ensure your Escape Room gets on your same flight. The Condition1 frequently needs to be inspected by TSA. If you arrive within an hour of take off, it's likely your Escape Room will not make your flight and you'll have to wait for it to come in on the next direct flight.

Upon arrival at the destination airport / baggage claim, your Escape Room may need to be picked up in the Oversize Luggage area.

More info: Prep for Travel, International Travel


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