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Ottawa's Newest Escape Room Traps You Below Ground In A Radioactive Mine

You better run; the clock is ticking.😲
Escape Room In Ottawa Traps You Below Ground In A Radioactive Mine

Do you have what it takes to be a hero? The newest escape room in Ottawa will you racing to exit a radioactive mine that could cave-in at any moment.

Room Escape Ottawa told Narcity Undermined "is our most ambitious and exciting room yet!"

You have one hour to track down your colleague before the mine collapses, or you get sick from radiation exposure.

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To try it, you'll need to gather a team of two to eight people.

The moment you step inside, you'll feel like you've been transported deep within the earth.

To make it to safety, you'll need to solve a series of high-tech puzzles that are unlike anything you've seen before.

When booking, you can claim a one-hour timeslot on their website, and tickets are $25.66 per person.

It is time to test your skills, can you find your way out?

Undermined

Price: $25.66 per person

Address: 1860 Bank St., Ottawa, ON

Why You Need To Go: The game is like being the star in a thrilling action movie.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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