Get ready for one of the most thrilling and chilling escape room ever! If you like puzzles and breaking out of locked places, then you have to put this on your bucket list. Don't get it twisted, this is no ordinary escape room. This old sanitarium escape room in Kamloops will give you chills. If that doesn’t make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up then I don’t know what will.\nBuilt in 1909, this sanitarium has tons of history behind it.. The building was originally designed to help patients with tuberculosis. The site is now currently in use and is operated by Tranquille Farm Fresh. The company gives tours of the grounds and offers an inside look at what exactly happened there.\nNow, they are doing an escape room that takes you through the old sanitarium. While it’s not a haunted escape room, you can’t help but feel like something else is in there with you. Think you’re ready for it?\nThe actual escape will take place in the laundry building. Should you be successful in breaking the code in 60 minutes or less, you will get to go into the pitch-black tunnels!\nAnd they're terrifying.\nView this post on Instagram Are you brave enough to journey through the tunnels under Tranquille Sanatorium? Join us for the haunting true story of Betsy Cooney in "The Witness" with Tranquille Tunnel Theatre. Shows start September 7th. Get your tickets at www.tranquillefarmfresh.com A post shared by Chimera Theatre (@chimeratheatre) on Aug 27, 2017 at 9:15am PDT\nAccording to the Tranquille Farm Fresh website, the room escape is called Enigma Women. In the game, The year is 1944 and the Germans built an unbreakable code machine called The Enigma that was the heart of the entire military communication system in WWII.\nThe entire premise is that you have to help three women, the Enigma Women, crack the secret language. Trust us, it’s harder than it sounds.\nView this post on Instagram Walking tour of the old Tranquille site outside Kamloops, BC #igtravel #teamcanon #powershotg7x #explorecanada #kamloops #abandoned #abandonedbuilding #heatercentral #moodygrams #instamood A post shared by Brennan Storr (@largelythetruth) on Sep 30, 2017 at 1:13pm PDT\nIt’s an old building but they have set up perfectly. With help from a local puzzle maker who has organized their escape rooms in the past, there will be lock and keys, puzzles, and doors to get through, so make sure you have an epic team.\nThere will also be props all around the room, but pay attention because not everything is integral to the escape.\nThe site has so much history and the owners of Traquille Farm Fresh want to share it with us all in a fun and unique way.\n“We want to share the true stories and keep the heritage alive with still having a creepy aspect. We want to make sure the stories don’t die,” said spokesperson Andrea Heath.\nView this post on Instagram Tranquille sanatorium #abandoned #hospital #creepy #urban #urbanexploration #abandonedhospital #tranquille #sanatorium #crazy #mentallyill #bc #britishcolumbia #explore #haunted #farmfresh #insaneasylum #kamloops #nosleep #abandonedplaces #old #asylum A post shared by Ryan Trohan 🇨🇦 (@ryantrohan) on Aug 9, 2018 at 8:59am PDT\n“There’s a lot of positive and negative history and we want to respect that.”\nThe escape room is going now every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night until Oct. 7. All it costs is $35 for 60 minutes of fun! Tickets can be purchased online.\nYou can also do a private tour with 20 people, so why not get the work colleges involved?\nIf this sounds a little too spooky for you, no worries. The farm does day tours.\nAnd if you're looking for something a little more bone-chilling, try this unique escape room that locks you in a serial killers basement in Vancouver!\nGood luck and be sure to look over your shoulder.\nEnigma Women Escape Room\nPrice: $35\nWhen: Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from now until Oct. 7\nAddress: 36-2960 Tranquille Rd Location address 4600, Kamloops, BC V2B 8B6\nWhy You Need To Go: It's the perfect place to get scared this fall while having a ton of fun solving puzzles with your friends.\nWebsite\n\n\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.