Southern California is home to the "entertainment capital of the world", so it's only fitting that the escape room industry is booming and entertaining thousands of visitors.
Decor and fun puzzle effects make Titanic a worthwhile and on-theme escape room.
Attention to detail in the set-design and integration of the theme into the abundance of puzzles are what make The Alchemist a stand-out room for Escape Room LA.
Chapter One: Occam's Apartment is a riveting first episode, perfectly utilizing it's set and unique space to deliver a vivid story-driven escape room.
With a convincingly well-designed set and unsettling juxtaposition, Evil Genius's Chapter Two: Norcross Art Gallery uses linear puzzles to deliver a high quality experience.
Though a novel theme and decent for beginners, Mine Rescue doesn't commit much to it's production or puzzles.
The hand-crafted set-design and puzzles suitable for all experience levels make Knights of the Round Table an impressive debut for LA Dragon Studios.
Eerily delightful and slightly shuddersome, Midnight On The Bayou executes their spacious debut room with a little showmanship and immaculate attention to detail.
A splendid concoction of physical puzzles, actor interplay, and VR make The Virus a thoroughly enjoyable escape room.
Quest Room and their DaVinci's Challenge embody the Renaissance by mastering a flawless set design and offering a wide range of puzzles.
Interactive and packed with puzzles, Secrets of the Illuminati offers a little something for everyone– even with a slightly disjointed theme, this room will surprise and entertain.
Puzzle Workshop makes the most of it's space, seamlessly integrating the theme into the puzzles and set design to make CSI: Hollywood an enveloping experience from the moment the dressing room door is opened.
Collaborative and physical puzzles make escaping The Villain's Lair challenging, but overall the room suffers from a lack of fluidity.
With well-themed, novelty puzzles, 60Out's Casino Heist will provide first-timers a thrilling, generic room experience without having to hit the jackpot to play.
Fox in a Box plunges the escaper headfirst into a bank heist with props and some engaging puzzles—but Central Bank could use a refresh and some upkeep.
A well decorated room is one of the few points of praise for School of Sorcery, with painful videos and poorly executed puzzles leaving participants fruitlessly waving wands.
Escape The Hydeout begins and ends as an immersive adventure, one that combines smart puzzles and an authentic, engrossing Jekyll and Hyde theme.