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The Premier Escape Room Experiences in Edmonton and Calgary

The Premier Escape Room Experiences in Edmonton and Calgary”

Whether it is your first time in an escape room or you’re a seasoned pro, Escape Hour is the place for all your exit games in the Edmonton and Calgary areas. With themed escape rooms such as “Prohibition”, “The Lost Jewel of Zanzibar”, and “The Curse of the Evil Genie”, Escape Hour provides a truly unique escape game experience that you will not want to miss!

 

We know that in the past few years escape rooms have exploded in popularity and started cropping up across the country. So what makes Escape Hour unique? First of all, every one of our escape rooms or exit games is a completely private event. That means that we will never add anyone to your party, you will be able to enjoy your unique Escape Hour event exclusively with who you want. On top of that we will provide you and your group with a dedicated Game Master who will monitor and work with onlyyour group. They will be available at any time for clarification and assistance. If your group gets stuck feel free to opt in for tips and hints!

On top of all that Escape Hour is the premier provider of VR and escape room experiences. Our new game, “Bug-O-Tron 66”, is a VR base defense game for parties of one to three. Defend your intergalactic base in thrilling VR with rockets, machine guns, and more!

There’s plenty of choices for your escape room or exit game needs in both Edmonton and Calgary. That being said, here at Escape Hour we know that we provide a unique and high end escape room experience. Each individually tailored experience will meet and exceed all expectations, that’s a guarantee. Think of us for your next party, family event, corporate retreat, or any other occasion.

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We look forward to seeing you soon. At Escape Hour, we’re happy to help you plan your next event or party. Give us a call or stop by  EscapeHour.ca, we promise you won’t be disappointed!



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