Escape room attractions have become incredibly popular all over the United States in the past year or two, because it’s a mentally challenging, fun, teamwork experience for everyone involved. In an escape room, you and a group of people are locked in a room and have to solve a series of riddles, puzzles, and other challenges to get out. If you’re looking for an inventive and out of the box way to spend your evening, here are three escape rooms you should have a look at. Best part? All of these options are located just a few miles from the Rosen Inn, making getting to and from your planned attractions a snap!
America’s Escape Game
Located right on International Drive, America’s Escape Game houses three scenarios to challenge your mind. Project Hephaestus requires you to search for the cure to a mysterious pandemic as it sweeps the globe. The Lost Tomb of Monthu scenario has you navigate an old tomb to discover the secret behind the disappearance of a well-known Egyptologist. Finally, Crisis at 1600 pits you and your group up against a paramilitary group threatening the White House. Tickets are $35 per person.
The Great Escape Room™
The Great Escape Room, located in the heart of downtown Orlando, is easy to miss as it’s located smack in between two small Irish bars, the Harp and the Celt. This location has two different rooms to escape from, both of which are based on Sherlock Holmes. The first option is the Library which is modeled after Holmes’ study. The other option is the Gameroom. Tickets are $28 per person, and must be booked in advance.
Six different scenarios are offered here: a virtual heist, Cuban missile crisis, Wild West saloon shootout, murder on a train, stopping a virus outbreak, and escaping imprisonment aboard a ship. Tickets are between $24 and $30, depending on the size of your group.