Were you looking for The Office from the first game, or perhaps The Office from the second game?
You can check the security cameras over to your right with a click of that blue button. Uh, you can toggle between the hall cams and the vent cams... Uh, then over to your far left, uh, you can flip up your maintenance panel. Y'know, use this to reboot any systems that may go offline. Heh. So, in trying to make the place feel vintage we may have overdone it a bit, heh heh...
Phone Dude describing The Office, Night 1

Template:The Office FNaF3 InfoboxThe Office is a location in Fazbear's Fright and the central location of Five Nights at Freddy's 3. As in the previous titles, The Office is the only room that the player inhabits.

Unlike the previous titles, there are no lights for the player to switch on, nor are there doors to close or a head to ward off animatronics. Instead, The Office is suited with a Maintenance Panel to keep the systems running properly and a Monitor to keep tabs on the rest of the building.


The Office is a long room with a large window set in front of the player and a single doorway to the left. In the doorway is an empty, half-assembled Freddy Fazbear suit, propped up on a stand with no legs. Between the doorway and the window lies an old-looking cardboard box filled with old animatronic parts and relics, consisting of the toy animatronics, as well as the BB paper-plate cutout and what appears to be Foxy's hook-hand.

To the right is a desk, mostly clear, save for some wadded up paper balls, a soda cup, what appears to be a half-eaten hot dog, a table fan, and three figurines of the main animatronics, Bonnie, Freddy, and Chica. To the left of the desk is a waste basket, filled with a few more balled-up papers. Attached to the walls (and the window) are several drawings of the various characters of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, half of which appear to be official posters, the other half seeming to be drawn by children.

The entire room is fairly dark, and takes on an eerie greenish-yellow glow, due to the overall atmosphere of the attraction. Wires hang down from the ceiling in several places, both inside the room and in the hallway on the other side of the window. The tiled walls throughout this room (as well as most of the building) appear water or age-damaged, or both, lending an old, decrepit feel to the place. The floor is also made of tile though it looks cleaner.

While there is a vent leading to The Office, it is located on the right side of the room, which is cloaked in shadow. Another vent opening is in the hallway in front of the player, and one in the hallway to the left.


  • This is the only office in the entire series to have a window in the front, where players can see any animatronics directly outside.
  • Clicking on Freddy's nose on the poster of him directly to the left of the large window will produce the same honking sound which occurs when clicking Freddy's nose on the poster from the first game or Toy Freddy's from the second game. This is possible in the mobile version.
  • Shadow/Purple Freddy from the second game can appear near the doorway (in a slumped position, similar to that of Golden Freddy from the first two games) at very rare intervals.
  • During Night 5, on the right side of the player's desk, a dark figurine of Toy Bonnie can be seen. Clicking on this figurine will take the player to Shadow Bonnie's minigame.
  • The box of parts in The Office strangely seems to be in mint condition.
    • The BB paper plate doll also appears to not have withered down at all, despite the 30 years in which it hasn't been touched.
  • There used to be much speculation about the alarm inside The Office that activates at almost seemingly random intervals. Rumors went around that this alarm actually plays a purpose in protecting the player. Some said that the alarm actually activates when Springtrap enters a room with ventilation access, but other rumors say it activates because there is a ventilation error.
    • This was actually proven that this was only a ventilation error and is not caused by the player or any other outside force.
      • It was also proven that while The Office alarm is active (while The Office flashes red) the player will see multiple Springtraps on their cameras. It was previously thought that this was a glitch but was confirmed to be intentional by Scott Cawthon when version 1.03 was released.
  • The box of parts in The Office seems to be leaking some kind of liquid. This could be oil, or possibly water.
    • The same liquid, or one similar, also seems to be on the walls and desk.
  • On rare occasions, the Bonnie and Freddy paper plate dolls seen hanging in Party Room 4 from Five Nights at Freddy's 2 will appear in The Office, the Bonnie plate doll above the box where Balloon Boy's paper doll resides, and the Freddy plate doll on the top right-hand corner of The Office. Their appearance is seemingly random, has no known trigger, and does not impact gameplay.
  • Phantom Mangle's head is always outside The Office window, but usually out of sight. It will only rise up and appear visible to the player when the hallucination is triggered.
  • The cupcake can sometimes appear at the right of the desk. Its appearance is seemingly random, has no known trigger and does not impact gameplay. It was previously thought that collecting all the cupcakes in the Chica's party minigame would make the cupcake appear, but this was proven false.
  • The Bonnie figure on the desk appears to be a cyan color, while Bonnie is normally a lavender color.
    • This is also the case with Bonnie in the end-of-night minigames.








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