Escape Rooms Los Angeles

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Highland Ave
Los Angeles
Robertson Blvd
Los Angeles
Santa Monica Blvd
West Los Angeles
Sepulveda Blvd
Culver City
Ventura Blvd
Tarzana
Vermont Ave
Los Angeles

Tombstone

2 - 8
1 hour
medium
11901 Santa Monica Blvd, Suite 211, West Los Angeles, CA 90025

They’re Coming

2 - 4
60 min
hard
4365 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230, USA

Sky Odyssey

4 - 10
70 min
hard
132 S Vermont ave Unit 204, Los Angeles, CA 90004, USA

World Of Illusions

2 - 8
1 hour
hard
1328 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA

Pharaoh’s Tomb

2 - 8
1 hour
medium
1328 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA

The Abyss

2
60 min
medium
132 S Vermont ave Unit 204, Los Angeles, CA 90004, USA

The Dragon’s Lair

2 - 7
1 hour
medium
4365 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230, USA

Magic Kingdom

2 - 6
1 hour
medium
132 S Vermont ave Unit 204, Los Angeles, CA 90004, USA

Vampire

3 - 8
1 hour
hard
19347 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana, CA 91356, USA

Jack The Ripper

2 - 7
1 hour
medium
4365 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230, USA

One Way Ticket

2 - 6
1 hour
medium
1328 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90028, USA

Lunar Mission

2 - 6
1 hour
hard
132 S Vermont ave Unit 204, Los Angeles, CA 90004, USA

Pirate Bay

2 - 6
1 hour
hard
19347 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana, CA 91356, USA

Secret Mission

2 - 6
1 hour
medium
132 S Vermont ave Unit 204, Los Angeles, CA 90004, USA

Jungle Game

2 - 6
1 hour
medium
1147 S Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035, USA

Prison

3 - 6
1 hour
hard
1147 S Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035, USA

Motel

2 - 6
1 hour
medium
1147 S Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035, USA

Lord Of The Swords

2 - 6
1 hour
medium
19347 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana, CA 91356, USA

The Door - Coming Soon

2 - 7
medium

Spy Dogs - Coming Soon

2 - 6
medium

Escape Rooms Los Angeles

If you’re looking for the best escape rooms in Los Angeles, you need look no further than at Maze Rooms. Some of the first and most famous escape rooms in the metropolitan Los Angeles area can be found at Maze Rooms’s six convenient locations. With more than 18 different rooms to choose from across the six locations in Los Angeles, finding an appropriately themed escape room for your event or outing is a cinch. And why settle for anything less than the best?

The Origins of Escape Rooms

Escape rooms originated in Japan in 2007 when developers were looking for a way to immerse video game players in a real-life mystery setting. The concept spread across Asia as players readily adopted the unique idea and began solving their way through exciting puzzles together. In 2011, escape rooms spread to Europe through a company called Parapark in Budapest, Hungary. Founder Attila Gyurkovics developed the escape room concept independently as a way to encourage team building exercises. A year later, in 2012, Hungary: Hint Hunt opened as the first franchise offering escape rooms to the public. The same year, escape rooms launched in the United States through a company called SCRAP offering a “Real Escape Game”.

Escape Rooms Los Angeles Loves

Escape rooms Los Angeles took off as the public proved ready and eager to test themselves against timed puzzles set to themes that include their favorite Hollywood and pop culture references. One of the first escape rooms in Los Angeles to be developed came from Maze Rooms. Since then, Maze Rooms has been responsible for the most famous, well-reviewed escape rooms in the area. More than 18 active rooms give plenty of variety for first-timers and veteran escape artists alike. Try an escape room Los Angeles in one of our six locations across Los Angeles and you’ll be tempted to come back for another one to get another taste of puzzle-solving excitement through a franchise that is consistently rated to have the best escape rooms in Los Angeles.

Are you looking for escape rooms Los Angeles-wide?

Perfect for team-building and testing your intelligence and your nerves, escape rooms are a bonding experience like no other. Take a look at our most popular Los Angeles locations above. Book your adventure today!

Looking for escape escape rooms in Los Angeles?

Escape rooms are tough. If it’s your first time visiting escape rooms, this beginner’s guide can help you understand the game and what to expect.

What are escape rooms?

Escape rooms are real-life games that involve a team of players who solve puzzles to accomplish a common goal. Most escape rooms in Los Angeles are designed around a theme or a story. This can be a fantasy setting, a mad scientist’s lab, or a horror theme such as a haunted house.

Generally, the goal of escape rooms is to solve all the puzzles and find all the clues before running out of time. For instance, escaping a haunted house or breaking into a safe can be your goal, depending on the escape room’s theme.

Escape rooms in Los Angeles typically have a time limit of 60 minutes to keep you busy. Since escape rooms are designed for groups, you’ll never play alone. You can play in groups of two, four, or eight, depending on how many players the specific game requires.

Escape room rules and why you should follow them

Escape rooms in Los Angeles require you to sign some paperwork on site before you begin the game. Additionally, most escape rooms require you to book reservations, and they may not accommodate late arrivals.

And, even if they can accommodate you, you will have less time to solve your puzzle because you started the game late. So, ensure you show up on the agreed time to avoid losing your slot and get the most out of your escape room experience.

Before beginning the game, a host briefs you on some rules to ensure your safety. These include:

• Don’t show up intoxicated – playing under the influence might be dangerous, especially if there’s some climbing or crawling involved
• Don’t damage or throw anything in the escape rooms – breaking furniture can result in splinters or sharp edges that cause injuries
• Don’t bring any lighters or bags to the escape rooms – since escape rooms are enclosed spaces, lighters can create fire hazards

Other than keeping you safe, escape room rules help you win the game. For example, when the host tells you not to move any furniture, it means there isn’t any clue hidden behind a bookshelf. This way, you don’t waste time trying to look behind any furniture for a secret hidden door.

Tips for completing an escape room

1. Pick the right team

Escape rooms aren’t necessarily about finding smart people. You need a bunch of individuals you’re comfortable with and that love solving puzzles.

2. Keep an eye on the clock

Sixty minutes may sound like a lot of time, but an hour goes by very fast in an escape room. Hence, pay close attention to the timer to determine how long to wait before asking for a clue.

3. Don’t take over the room

It’s impossible to find all the clues in an escape room alone. That’s why they’re designed for groups. Allow everyone in your team to solve puzzles since you all have a common goal to achieve.

If you’re looking for escape rooms in Los Angeles, contact Maze Rooms today.