The World's Largest Escape Room Is In Ontario And It Traps You In An Underground Bunker
Time to escape from a secret spy organization!
Escape rooms have to be one of the best ways to hang out with your friends. Whether you love searching for the clues or you're the person that barely does anything, escape rooms are always a great time. Even if your group fails to escape it is still so much fun to solve the clues and put yourself in an insane situation. This escape room will be like nothing you've ever done before. Running around an underground bunker you and your friends are sure to have a crazy time.
This massive escape room gives you an entire hour to escape from a secret spy organization. The escape room has won a variety of different awards and it is sure to get your adrenaline pumping. The escape is an hour long and you can do it with 12 people making it perfect for the entire squad. The hour long experience will lock you in an underground bunker and you have to escape from your enemies.
The Diefenbunker Museum partnered up with Escape Manor to create this unique escape room. The Diefenbunker was built between 1959 and 1961. It was created to house Canadian government officials and military officers in the event of a nuclear war. Insane right?! Now the Diefenbunker is a museum by day and an epic escape room by night.
Your escape begins when you overhear an enemy spy organization planning an attack. The Diefenunker escape room will take you through a communications room, make you stop a launch sequence, and send out a red alert to the world before the enemies attack. This crazy escape room will 100% make you feel like you're saving the entire world.
The Diefenbunker escape room is located in Ottawa Ontario at 3029 Carp Road. The award winning escape room has to be on your summer bucket list. The escape room runs at 5 pm, 6:30 pm, and 8 pm. It costs $30 per person and it is 100% worth it. To book your room click here and to learn more about The Diefenbunker click here.