Ontario Has The World’s Largest Escape Room & It Traps You In An Underground Bunker

Race against the clock to prevent a nuclear disaster. 😲
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Escape The Diefenbunker In Ottawa Is The World's Largest Escape Room

Do you have what it takes to save a city? If you think you are up for the task, you will want to Escape The Diefenbunker in Ottawa.

It is the world's largest escape room, and it is unlike anything you've tried before.

Chris Bisson, the Co-Founder and Owner of Escape Manor, told Narcity that most guests tell them "it as one of their all-time favourite escape rooms because of how novel the setting is."

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The massive game occurs across two floors of the Diefenbunker Museum and will have you racing across 25,000 square feet to prevent a nuclear bomb from exploding.

Together with your friends, you'll need to work together to solve a series of puzzles to disarm the weapon.

But be warned, the challenging game currently has a success rate of around 40%.

As a follow up to the original Diefenbunker game, a new experience will be launching in mid-December that you also will want to try.

It is time to gather your team - tickets are $32 a person, and the game runs Fridays to Sundays.

Escape The Diefenbunker

Price: $32.00 per person

Address: 3929 Carp Rd., Carp, ON

Why You Need To Go: Every booking is private, and you can play with a group of up to nine people.

Stephanie White
Staff Writer
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