Fun Spot Orlando is getting spooky this fall with delicious and exciting new additions during their upcoming event, “Huge Halloween.”[Read more…]
Universal Studios Japan has turned a hotel guest room into a spooky mystery puzzle experience just in time for the Halloween season.[Read more…]
This “Doctor Who”-themed escape room will recruit players to stop the Cybermen from breaking through a tear in space and time — but through Zoom![Read more…]
A Scooby Doo-themed escape room at Escapology invites players to join Mystery Inc. to save the town of Crystal Cove – are you game?[Read more…]
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, ScareHouse in Pittsburgh, Pa. will open a new immersive experience, called Bold Escape Rooms, on Feb. 14 in the heart of the Strip District.[Read more…]
This Halloween season, the creators of Pittsburgh’s haunt attraction ScareHouse will unveil a new concept: The Scream District, a single venue in the Strip District that offers two experiences, “The Basement” and the escape room “Stalked by a Killer.”[Read more…]
For the first time ever, the Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace has been transformed into a new Leonardo da Vinci-themed escape room experience.[Read more…]
We’ve heard of escape room experiences inspired by everything from zombie horror to Sherlock Holmes, but how about Hebrew history? OneBefore — which is billed as the first Jewish escape room in America — is now open in Brooklyn, New York, featuring puzzles based on the literature, genealogy, and traditions of orthodox Judaism.
Have you ever wanted to experience another world? Another future? With “Passport to Iron City,” a new immersive experience created to promote Fox’s new film, “Alita: Battle Angel,” you can do just that.
Two Bit Circus has taken their “world’s first Micro-Amusement Park” and managed to squeeze even more interactive fun into its 37,000 square feet, as the eclectic downtown Los Angeles location-based entertainment center has recently announced new shows and experiences while also reviving some audience favorites.