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You Can Race To The Finish In These Corn Maze Escape Rooms Near Ottawa

You'll have so much fun trying to solve them all! 🕵

These Escape Room Corn Mazes Near Ottawa Will Make You Feel Like A Detective

Are you ready to put your sleuthing skills to the test? These corn mazes near Ottawa are like giant escape rooms and will make you feel like Sherlock Holmes.

Just under two hours from the city, Verger Labonte has three labyrinths and a new forest investigation game you'll want to try with your friends.

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Inside all three corn mazes, you'll need to search for hidden clues to unravel the mysteries set in Victorian London.

There is something for everyone, as they range in difficulty. The easiest one takes around fifteen minutes, while the largest lasts up to two hours.

Meanwhile, the brand new "Who Killed Rufus Lovejoy?" is a murder mystery in the wooded area and takes between one and a half to two hours to complete.

So it is time to gather your friends and make plans to try these games for yourself. Tickets are $18.95 and give you access to both the investigation game and mazes.

Verger Labonte

Price: $18.95+ per person

When: Thursday, August 5 to Sunday, November 7 (Who Killed Rufus Lovejoy? opens on August 26)

Address: 2291 Bd. Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l'Île-Perrot, QC

Why You Need To Go: You can spend the entire afternoon trying to escape all the mazes!


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