12 Cool Escape Room Experiences in Los Angeles

Escape room experiences are all the rage in Los Angeles and most of them go on all year long. In each one, you have a specified amount of time to solve your way out of a locked (or supposedly locked) space or solve some kind of puzzle, alone or as part of a team. There are a few horror-themed escapes that run all year and during Halloween, there are a few more that take on a menacing tone. 

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60out Escape Rooms

60out Escape Rooms has a whopping eight escape rooms to choose from that range from easy to hard and not at all scary to gruesome. The themes include Houdini, Jumanji, Alice in Wonderland, Mafia, and more. There are two rooms each at four different locations all over Los Angeles. Each escape is 60 minutes for two to six players.

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Maze Rooms

Pirates, astronauts, prisoners, spies, and demon hunters are just a few of the roles you can play in Maze Rooms' escape rooms with more in development at multiple locations across Los Angeles. Each escape is 60 minutes, most for two to six players; one has a minimum of three, and a couple of them have a maximum of five.

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MagIQ Escape Rooms

Address
1446 S Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035, USA
Phone +1 424-335-0066

MagIQ Escape Rooms have three rooms to choose from for two to six or eight adults, or up to seven to nine kids with one adult. Their rooms are more about solving mysteries than escaping. The themes are wizards, pirates, and mummies.

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Escapedom in Westwood

Escapedom has two rooms giving you the option between saving the world from mass destruction or retrieving the Crystal of Death before it can summon deadly spirits. You can sign up on your own or with a team of up to six players.​

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The Exit Game

Address
111 N Atlantic Blvd # 148, Monterey Park, CA 91754, USA
Phone +1 626-861-2772

The Exit Game in Monterey Park has multiple rooms with themes surrounding wizard schools, evil robots, and North Korean jails. Six to eight players per room are recommended for best success. ​​If you don't buy the whole room, you may be paired with other individuals or groups. You can also book a private room with fewer players.​​ Solo players can join other groups.

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PanicIQ Room Hollywood

Address
3393 Barham Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90068, USA
Phone +1 323-380-6271

PanicIQ Room Hollywood has two escape rooms, Bunker, where you can play a terrorist locked in a torture chamber or Insane Asylum, where your team worked to solve the mystery of a patient who disappeared 70 years ago. Each escape is 60 minutes for two to six players and there are many other themed rooms like steampunk, aliens, and casino.

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Escape IQ

Address
1135 E 5th St #8, Los Angeles, CA 90013, USA
Phone +1 213-221-7749

Escape IQ has three rooms, Alcatraz, the Vault, and Dr. Brown's Manor. Each can accommodate up to 10 players. Kids are permitted with adults and if you come by yourself, you will be matched with a team.

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Amazing Escape Room

Address
16933 Parthenia St #100, North Hills, CA 91343, USA
Phone +1 818-893-6666

The Amazing Escape Room in Northridge has five non-scary rooms for up to eight people. There is no minimum age limit at this attraction, so it's great for families. Rooms include the Secret Agent, Roaring 20s, Escape the X corporation, The Starlight Lounge, and Mystery of the Red Dragon. If you don't fill all eight ​spots, you may be paired with other groups or individuals.

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Escape Room LA

Address
120 E 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014, USA
Phone +1 213-689-3229

Escape Room LA is a year-round escape experience that's challenging and fun, but not scary. There are multiple rooms with themes of Atlantis and the ancient Mayan civilization. An outdoor game titled Jewels of the White Tiger, where you must use a map to find a hidden treasure is another option.

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Escape Room Long Beach

Address
3926 E Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90803-6109, USA
Phone +1 562-825-9997

Escape Room Long Beach has two non-scary escape experiences. One scenario sends you into a prohibition-era speakeasy to swipe the alcohol while another has you playing FBI agents decoding a video message from a scientist. If you prefer a scary theme, The Queen is a room about ghost sightings on the Queen Mary ship.

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Exodus Escape Room

Exodus Escape Room has multiple games with a bank heist, underwater, and mythology themes. If you don't buy the whole room, you may be paired with other individuals or groups.​​ There are multiple locations Irvine, Rancho Cucamonga, and Anaheim Hills.

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THE BASEMENT: A Live Escape Room Experience

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Address
12909 Foothill Blvd, Sylmar, CA 91342, USA
Phone +1 866-993-7227

This real-life version of the popular escape game genre offers participants the chance to see what it would feel like to be in the plot of a horror movie. Once locked inside, you have 45 minutes to use the hidden keys, clues, trap doors, and more to solve the puzzles and escape. There is a second escape experience for up to four people called The Boiler Room, which moves the story to chapter two, and another chapter in a larger room for up to 10 people at a time called The Study.

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