Top 5 Escape Rooms in Cincinnati

Celebrate Halloween at one of Cincinnati’s spooky, interactive escape rooms.
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  1. Houdini’s Room Escape offers the crème-de-la-crème of escape rooms in the city. Choose between five different themed rooms, from a speakeasy to the Oval Office, and challenge even the most logical of your group with these live-action puzzles. $28 per person for a 60-minute time slot, hours vary by day, 9309 Montgomery Rd., Montgomery, (513) 549-5419, houdinisroomescape.com
  2. Breakout Games Cincinnati follows a spookier trend with storylines like “Do Not Disturb,” which asks you to solve a string of crimes from an old motel, or “Mystery Mansion,” a classic haunted house investigation. Price varies by group size, 60-minute time slot, hours vary by day, 3653 Michigan Ave. #205B, Hyde Park, 6066 West Chester Rd., West Chester, breakoutgames.com
  3. Seven Forces Escape Games offers different levels of puzzles based on your group, interests, and needs. Head to the west side’s Cincinnati escape room for a traditional experience, the “secret location” Seven Forces for a more intense version, or to the Escape Room Junior for the kid-friendly version of these teamwork challenges. Locations, hours, and pricing vary by selection, (513) 432-4263, sevenforces.com
  4. Northern Kentucky offers two locations of Sherlock’s Escape Rooms, which feature themes like “Cabin in the Woods,” “Shipwreck,” and “The Lost Kingdom.” Games are 60-minutes ($26 per person), with 30-minute available slots for kids at the Florence location ($15 per person). Hours vary by location, 7916 Connector Dr., Florence, 40 Martha Layne Collins Blvd., Cold Spring, sherlocksescaperooms.com
  5. Escapology games let players time travel to solve mysteries, crimes, and, in some cases, the world. The 60-minute sessions are true problem-solving puzzles that will challenge participants of any age in a fun, perfectly kitschy way. $28 per person, 9527 Fields Ertel Rd., Loveland, (513) 208-2054, escapology.com

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