CWS 2017: House of Conundrum's escape rooms let fans test their minds

"House of Conundrum" is open seven days a week.

There are plenty of things for fans to do around TD Ameritrade Park, and now there's also a place to test your mind.

It's all about brain teasers, teamwork and solving problems with clues.

John Comstock with House Cof Conundrum said, "Each puzzle opens up a corresponding door. Four people come in and try to help out, argue, and try to get through it."

Comstock described one of the scenarios you can tackle at his main House of Conundrum location: "On this one, you have four different scenarios that you have to figure out. Then you take a selfie. The first team wins.”

The record is 14 minutes and 10 seconds. You have fifteen minutes to solve the puzzle.

The main store is on 25th and Leavenworth streets.

There, you will find other scenarios to put your group through, including one where you can save President Abraham Lincoln from that tragic night at the theater back in the 1860's.

Here are a few things you should know before you try out the escape rooms:

  • Prices range from $12 to $25. It all depends on how many people you are doing it with.
  • "House of Conundrum" is open seven days a week.