Escape rooms in Miami
The Wynwood escape room (with five other locations around the country) offers three themed rooms for pretty affordable prices. You’ve got your pick from the creepy Haunted Hospital, the 1800s-inspired Pirate’s Den or the espionage drama My Spy. PanIQ is good for ages 12 and up. Look for it across from the Zebra-striped building in Wynwood.
Okay, Sherlock, let’s see what you’ve got. This mystery escape room puts your detective skills to the test in an hour’s worth of mental challenges. Work your way through it solo or with a group. It’s also available for private events and corporate groups.
This Downtown escape room has some slightly more white-knuckle rooms such as Abandoned Zombie Lab (16 and older) and the Zodiac Serial Killer room (18 and older). If you’re an adrenaline junkie who likes a good scare, Fox in a Box has options for you.
If you’re on Lincoln Road, chances are you’re already pretty adept at navigating tight corners and big crowds. But if you need a bigger challenge than Zara, test your escape skills at this Lincoln Road escape room’s mental hospital, CIA-inspired military situation and a secret diamond heist.
This Hallandale escape room certainly doesn’t skimp on creativity. Its themes are elaborate and occasionally bizarre. However, we can’t say we’re not curious to try the Hangover theme, where you must find a lost plane ticket after a blackout night of drinking. Good luck.
Are you one of those people who wish Halloween was celebrated 365 days a year? Escape-topia has some truly terrifying scenarios for you then. Creepy clowns? Bloodthirsty monsters? Zombies? Yes, yes and yes. You should probably leave the small children at home
This Hollywood escape room has some really well-crafted family-friendly escape rooms with wizards pirates and more. It’s a solid choice for your kid’s birthday party. Looking for something more solitary? Try their virtual reality games.
Looking for something a bit cheaper?
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