If you love puzzle games and enjoy problem solving, put your skills to the test at one of Oklahoma’s awesome escape rooms. With a group of friends, you’re given an allotted amount of time to navigate your way out of these themed rooms. Whether it’s just for fun or for a team-building activity, check out these 6 escape rooms in Oklahoma!
This family-friendly escape room has two different games. Discover the treasure in the “Lost Dutchman’s Mine” or work for the “Family” in La Famiglia. You have an hour to solve the puzzle. Kids under age 14 are welcome but need to be accompanied by an adult.
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Pretend you’re a spy in the “Conquered Embassy,” or put on your deerstalker and solve a mystery in the “Uptown Murder.” Up to seven friends can join in at this escape room that offers four different themes.
You can pretend to be an ATF agent who has to defuse a bomb at this escape room in southeast Oklahoma. Another room offers a higher difficulty as you find the antidote for “Cabin Fever.” If you’re vacationing near Beavers Bend, keep this place in mind for a break from the sun.
At Baker Street Escapes up to 10 people can join in the fun. They offer three different themed rooms that take about an hour to solve. But the coolest thing is the “Solo Escape Game” that takes just five minutes. While you’re waiting for your table at one of the nearby restaurants, you can try out an escape game.
This game room has two themes for players of all ages. In the first, you wake up in “The Asylum.” It’s rated PG-13 for its macabre theme. The second theme is a bit tamer, but also rated PG-13. You have 60 minutes to prove you’re right for the job.
In a scenario a little too close to home for Oklahomans, in one of the rooms at Escape Hatch, your team must find your way out of the room to turn on the backup generator after an ice storm knocks out all the power. They have a total of four rooms. In another room, you become the villain as you try to crack the safe and grab the cash before getting caught.