RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- There's a brand new attraction in downtown Raleigh.
An Escape Room has been set up inside a historic water tower on Morgan Street. It's even been made to look like a castle inside.
The building, built in 1887, is now three different escape room adventures for up to 10 people: the Bootleggers Den, the Castle of Loches, and the Secret of the Tower Keeper.
"We decided to turn this into an escape room because it has a perfect layout for an escape process for people looking for a thrill in basically a castle in downtown Raleigh," explained Tower Escapes owner Val Titushyn.
Players have one hour to try to escape the rooms using clues and logic.