Frequently Asked Questions

  • Wait, what is this!?

    Somewhere between a video game and an escape room, Free The Impossible Zoo is an immersive augmented experience which puts you at the center of an engaging story. You’ll walk around wearing fully transparent headsets while you see and interact with mythical creatures.

  • Do I need to bring my own headset?

    Nope! We have the headsets for you. So future!

  • VR gives me nauseous, what about this?

    No nausea with out patented rendering technology! This is different than VR. In Free The Impossible Zoo, the headset does not restrict your vision. You’ll still see your friends and family and the room around you, only now – filled with holographic creatures!

  • How long does the experience take?

    Plan on spending between 30 and 60 minutes in Free The Impossible Zoo. If you’re the type to skip past the story in video games, then closer to 30. If you’re the type to find every last hidden point, then closer to 60.

  • Points?!

    Yup! Gotta free them all!

  • What is the age requirement?

    Free The Impossible Zoo is designed to be fun and engaging for players of ages ranging from 5 to 85!

  • Is this good for kids?

    Yes, Free The Impossible Zoo is great for kids ages 5 and up. The story is setup so that you can enjoy the creatures weather or not you’re passively viewing them or your actively solving the riddles and completing the quests.

  • Is this good for adults?

    Yes, Free The Impossible Zoo is great for adults ages 85 and down. Especially if you grew up playing video games but don’t have the time to dive into another 1000-hour epic, The Impossible Zoo is a great way to bond with friends and loved-ones with interactions that will feel immediately familiar for anyone who has played a game like Zelda.

  • Can I buy tickets at the door?

    Yes, though reserving your spot ahead of time is the best way to ensure there’s no wait!

  • Do you have discounts and packages available?

    Yes! We have discount rates and packages available for students, service members, families, and groups.