Maze Rooms Los Angeles is a great experience for families to use their brains in a fun, entertaining and cooperative way to try and solve the mysteries of the different rooms available. With many different rooms available for different skill levels there is something for everyone. Even those looking for the most fiendishly difficult challenge.
The games place you in a new exciting world where you goal is to find your way out of the room in under sixty minutes by solving the puzzles and tasks to find the keys allowing you to move onto the next challenge. Woking as a team you can challenge yourselves to overcome the obstacles and go on to victory. The rooms also have video cameras and microphones so you can ask for help if you find yourself struggling to work out the next stage.
Certain rooms are designed more with adults in mind, but a lot of the experiences are also aimed at groups of children, although usually older children of ten years old or older. Most are unsuitable for children under four feet tall, so be sure to check before you book and look at which rooms may be suitable form the list available. The also have a difficulty rating so you can choose appropriately.
The rooms can be great fun for small party groups too. Up to ten people can play in certain rooms and there is lots of light and space so anyone who suffers from claustrophobia wont be put of.
Can you beat the challenge? Do you have what it takes to work as a team to solve the clues and will your find your way out of the maze rooms? There is only one way to find out get down to the Maze Rooms and see if you have what it takes!
$37.00 per player groups 3 and up
Outside food or drink may not be brought onto the premises, so grab something in the area before or after you visit!
Each "room" has an age limit, and in a couple of cases height limit, so check ahead before you book the room. The minimum age limit is 10 years, and height is 4" for certain experiences.
They don't admit more than 7 players in each room, but the prices reduce per person the more in the group, and it's a great way for students to learn about problem solving and logistical thinking, as well as working as a team!
Speak to staff if you have any questions about accessibility! They will be happy to help
You need to book ahead, and reserve online before you play.