This Horror-Themed Escape Room In Ontario Is The Real Life Version Of “Saw" - Narcity

This Horror-Themed Escape Room In Ontario Is The Real Life Version Of “Saw"

Do you dare?

Get ready for the scare of your life - one escape room in Canada claims to be scariest in the country, and it definitely lives up to that reputation!

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NOWAYOUT is an entertainment facility in Mississauga that offers disturbingly realistic horror-themed escape room missions. The detail of their rooms is remarkable - the concepts, decorations and special effects are always extremely well thought out. Their ultimate goal is to make participants feel like they've left the real world and entered a nightmare.

Unlike most other escape rooms, NOWAYOUT's missions are much more physically engaging - you'll have to crawl, run, jump  and climb obstacles, and be forced to use certain elements in the rooms to survive. The missions are also not one-dimensional, which means every single decision you make will affect the final outcome.

Their two horror-themed escape rooms, 13 Sedah Ave., and The Red Market, both have compelling story lines that will get you in a frightful mood:


13 Sedah Ave. is about a dare gone completely wrong - you and your friends break into the allegedly haunted house only to find out that there's nothing haunted about the house at all. You've been trapped into a game conceived by a sick mastermind, and you must work together to escape the house before it's too late.


The Red Market has Saw-like elements to its story. It deals primarily with organ trafficking, and you're the unfortunate victim. After being kidnapped by a broker, surgeon and recipient, you must find a way out before you lose your organs, one by one.


So then, are you brave enough to try these out? Book your tickets online here!

Want more scary adventures? Check out our list of haunted houses, ghost towns and abandoned places in Ontario.

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