What Is An Escape Room Game?
Real-life escape room games are brain-teaser activities in which players find themselves in realistic environments full of challenges. The only way out is teamwork.
It is possible to reserve for two (2) people from Sunday to Friday, for all escape games except for some games in Laval. Rain Corp (3), The Lost Island of the Voodoo Queen (3) and Wardrobe for Sale (4). On Saturdays, or for the aforementioned games, a minimum of three (3) or four (4) people is required. If you absolutely want to be two (2) people, the amount for the missing people will be charged on site.
No. A picture may be taken at the end of your game. The picture, however, is not guaranteed nor is it considered part of the price you are paying. If you want to absolutely have a picture of your experience please ask us to take a picture with your own device.
All our pictures are posted on our Facebook page. Reviews, page likes and checking in are always very much appreciated.
Cancellations must be made by phone up to 24 hours before the actual booking.
Yes. As long as the minimum amount of people required for a given room showed up, the one’s who haven’t will be refunded.
Anyone under then age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. We strongly recommend that players be at least 10 years old due to the complexity of the puzzles and some of the subject matter.
Yes. Our escape games are a very popular and efficient way used by companies for team building and developing better group dynamics. This is accomplished by offering many complex puzzles in which the value of individuals, and their combined efforts, really comes forth.
Online, only credit card is accepted. In person, you may pay by debit or credit.
All scenarios, puzzles and concepts, were designed by the Escaparium team.
You may eat your own snacks in the lounge, but not in the rooms. Alcohol and being under the influence will not be tolerated.
Yes. We have many parking spots.
Making a reservation online or over the phone is strongly recommended to ensure your spot and to avoid waiting or wasting time. Escaparium is often fully booked and reservations are often made shortly before showing up.
All games are entirely bilingual (French and English).
Unfortunately, our games are not wheelchair accessible.