Ottawa Has The World's Largest Escape Room That's Underground And You Need To Check It Out
Can you escape from the bunker?
Bet you would've never guessed Ottawa is the home of the largest escape room (I know I didn't). Believe it or not, Escape Manor teamed up with The Diefenbunker Museum to create this spectacular 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. Crazy AF right?! Now the Diefenbunker is a museum by day and an epic escape room by night.
The escape is an hour long and you can do it with 12-18 people, so it's perfect for the entire squad. The hour long experience will totally make you feel like you've been locked in the bunker by your enemies.
Your escape begins because you overhear an enemy spy organization planning an attack. The Diefenbunker 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.
The escape room runs from Thursday to Sunday, and you need check it out. It's located at at 3929 Carp Rd, the room is $30 per person and is totally worth the price. To book your room click here and to learn more about The Diefenbunker click here.