The 9 Best Escape Rooms in Maine!
Escape rooms are an exciting new form of entertainment that combine teamwork with the thrill of puzzle solving. The key is to figure your way out in the allotted time using clues and working with your team. The following escape rooms are the best in Maine.
Four escape rooms await you at Maine Escape Games. Choose from the Maine Room, the Estate, Escape Your Fears and Alien Invasion. Those who are under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
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There are three escape rooms at Bangor Escape Rooms, with a fourth in the making. The Inheritance, World’s Fair Hotel and the Recruits will test your ability to problem solve and think on your feet. You’ll have a lot of fun trying to figure this one out!
Tricks, riddles, gadgets, formulas, and mysteries await players at Mainely Escapes. Teamwork and resourcefulness will go a long way in solving them. Bring your family or a group of friends and prepare to engage in a way that’s both fun and creative.
Bank Heist, Zombie Uprising, and Son of the Zodiac are the three escape rooms awaiting you at Escape Room 207. These interactive experiences come with clues and hints so you and your group can solve them in 60 minutes or under.
Three rooms are available for an hour’s worth of fun each at Escape Room Brunswick. A fourth will open soon. Choose from the Haunted Cabin, Room 101 or the Attic. Keep your eyes open for new themes!
Three rooms and three eras await those who visit the Escape Room. Escape attacks in London in 1940. Visit the Wild West during the Gold Rush. Visit Cairo and take part in an archeological dig. The excitement only builds from here. Grab some friends or family members and check it out.
EntrapME has had 2249 guests since opening—852 of whom have successfully escaped at least one of their escape rooms. Will you bring that number even higher? There are two escape rooms for your enjoyment. Put on your thinking cap and choose the one that’s right for you.
When you visit GTFO Escape Room, you’re in for an exercise in solving clues and working as a team. Trapped in a Horror Movie accommodates 4-10 players and you may take up to an hour to solve it. Miner Problems is designed for 6-8 players. You’ll get 90 minutes to figure this one out.
There’s currently one escape room at Rush Hour Gaming, with a second opening up as warmer weather draws near. Gold Ball Pursuit gives players an hour to find the town’s missing gold ball. Do you think you’ve got what it takes to help out?