It’s no surprise that most of the “escape rooms” are popping up around big cities, they’re most popular among adults who have a couple of hours to spare and want to spice up their weekend. But don’t be fooled – these aren’t just for grown-ups. Kids can do it too!

Here is a list of top-rated escape the rooms recommended by many:

  • Escape the Room (Passyunk, Old City, and Queen Village):

in which you and your friends will have to solve a mystery in order to escape. It’s described as “amazing,” and the rooms are rated by difficulty. The hardest is Foxy & Wolf – it will take at least two people to complete this room so if you go with just one or two people, be prepared for a challenge! Ages: 13+.

  • Escape Reality (Midtown Village/Washington Square West):

A video game-inspired experience where players must use their wits and full-body awareness to win. They say that once inside, “you’ll need more than luck to break out.” This place is also rated by difficulty and the hardest room in Detention. Ages: 14+.

  • Enigma Escape Games (Fishtown):

This place is for rookie and veteran escape artists alike. You can choose from two rooms, The Slaughterhouse or Feit Club, both of which are “interactive” and “immersive”. They say that this game will bring out your competitive side! Ages: 10+ but no one under the age of 18 is allowed to play.

  • Exit Strategy (Washington Square West):

One of Exit Strategy’s unique features is that they have a “Big Kid” room for people over 6′. Another feature includes their high-tech equipment, custom-made games, designed puzzles, and unique themes. Their hardest room is The Cabin, described as “wildly difficult.” Ages: 7+.

  • Enigma Escape Games (Fishtown):

This place is for rookie and veteran escape artists alike. You can choose from two rooms, The Slaughterhouse or Feit Club, both of which are “interactive” and “immersive”. They say that this game will bring out your competitive side! Ages: 10+ but no one under the age of 18 is allowed to play.

  • Escape Room Live (University City/Washington Square West):

Go through time with these themed rooms including Einstein’s Office where you must save the world from nuclear war in 45 minutes! While you’re there, you can also try their new “First Contact” room where the fate of humanity is in your hands. The hardest room is “The DaVinci Code.” Ages: 12+.

  • Breakout Games (University City):

This puzzle-style game is designed for those who want a challenge and a rush. There are two escape rooms that both have a max capacity of 8 people so it’s ideal to go with a group of friends. Their hardest room is called Area 51 – good luck! Ages: 16+ but those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

  • Enigma Escape Games (Fishtown):

This place is for rookie and veteran escape artists alike. You can choose from two rooms, The Slaughterhouse or Feit Club, both of which are “interactive” and “immersive”. They say that this game will bring out your competitive side! Ages: 10+ but no one under the age of 18 is allowed to play.

  • Escape Room Live (University City/Washington Square West):

Go through time with these themed rooms including Einstein’s Office where you must save the world from nuclear war in 45 minutes! While you’re there, you can also try their new “First Contact” room where the fate of humanity is in your hands. The hardest room is “The DaVinci Code.” Ages: 12+.

  • Think Outside the Box (Northeast Philadelphia):

A completely free puzzle hunt where you compete against other teams. The “quest” is to solve random tasks around town in order to get clues that will help you find the location of your next task. Ages: 18+ but no one under the age of 13 is allowed to play.

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