Have you ever watched a horror flick and thought about what you'd do to survive? We have and we know of a place where you can live out your scary movie fantasies. Las Vegas' Saw Escape Room will allow you and your friends to try out Jigsaw's twisted games inspired by the Saw series. 

Located in an ominous-looking industrial building, you'll have to enter the Egan & Co. Meat Packing plant to begin your adventure. 

Once inside, you'll work with your group to solve difficult puzzles and navigate your way through the meatpacking facility. Can you handle the suspense?

General admission tickets start at $49.99 per person and will give you about one hour's worth of the immersive, gameplay experience.

It's a great spot to visit if you want a thrilling and interactive adventure at any time of the year. 

The key to escaping the horrifying clutches of Jigsaw is that you'll have to work as a team. There's no "I" in "team," right? 

You may be with other people in your group that you've never met before. That'll add to the authentic gameplay of surviving the plant with strangers. 

We don't want to give away too much, but every time you enter a new room to escape, you'll hear Jigsaw's voice through the loudspeakers giving you specific instructions on how to find your way out.

You must listen if not, you might never leave. *Muhahaha*

If you want tips on surviving with your group, you can check out the website's tips on how to play page

Live actors are also used in some areas of the game to enhance the experience. Who knows? They might help you find a way out.

The best part about this game is that it's always changing. So, you might have visited once, but the next time you do, there'll be different clues and traps for you to encounter.

This spot celebrates spooky and scary things year-round and we're here for it. 

SAW Escape Room

Price: $49.99 and up

Address: 2121 Industrial Rd., Las Vegas, NV

Why you need to go: You and your friends can 'try' and survive Jigsaw's terrifying puzzle games. 

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This event is not suitable for children aged 16 years and younger. Reservations are not required but highly recommended. 


 

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