Ontario's Holiday Escape Game Is Like Being In 'Home Alone' (PHOTOS)

Protect the house from burglars!
Toronto Senior Staff Writer
Ontario's Holiday Escape Game Is Like Being In 'Home Alone' (PHOTOS)

You can experience the magic of an iconic Christmas film in real-life at Ontario's All Alone escape game.

Located at PTBO Escape in Peterborough and created by Escape Maze, the game is inspired by the holiday classic Home Alone and will transport you right inside the movie world.

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You and your team have to use your most creative skills to defend your home from some would-be bandits.

Start by drawing up a good battle plan, then set up the room and finally race to call the police on those bumbling burglars.

The game is running until January 30, 2021, and takes approximately 45 minutes to play.

Reservations must be made in advance and can be booked online.

Step into your favourite holiday film at this festive escape game.

All Alone Escape Game

Price: $25 per adult

When: Until January 30, 2021

Address: 645 Lansdowne St. W., Peterborough, ON

Why You Need To Go: Experience your favourite Christmas film in real life at this festive game.

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