Escape Rooms in Winnipeg

Get locked up in a room, hunt for clues, and solve several difficult puzzles to escape from the room in the specified time limit.


Winnipeg boasts of a number of Escape Rooms offering fun and challenging adrenaline pumping interactive Escape Games. A list of places offering Escape Room Games in Winnipeg. Trapped in Time you will be travelling through time, attempting to help a crazy professor fix a time machine to get you back to 2018. Or with our room Tick Tock you each get a detective identity and are trying to gather enough evidence on a dangerous murder suspect and put him behind bars!

Note: Hours are subject to change

1. Time Lapse Escape Rooms

Choose from our 4 different escape rooms – Trapped in Time, Tick Tock, The Warlock’s Curse – Evil Unleashed, Gold Rushed. A new room Eye of the Spy will be added soon.

Group Sizes: 4 – 6/8 players

Time Lapse Escape Rooms


Sunday – Thursday | 11:45 AM – 9:30 PM
Friday – Saturday | 11:45 AM – 11:00 PM


654 King Edward St. (in between Sargent and Ellice)
Phone: (204) 487-2262




2. Next Level Escapes

Immersive live-action escape room games challenging you to discover and solve puzzles individually and through teamwork in 60 minutes.

Saloon (3-7 Players): In the wild west, you must take back your town’s stolen bank reserves before a high-noon standoff; Office (3-7 Players): Gain control of the company before your revolutionary product is shelved. Train (2-4 players): Capture the bandits who are using the train for getaway!

Next Level Escapes


Daily : 11:30 AM – 11:00 PM


Unit F – 390 Provencher Blvd, Winnipeg.
Call: (204) 414-2622


Saloon & Office: $25/person + GST = $26.25; Minimum $100 per room; Large group and business discounts available.
Train: $15/person

3. Enigma Escapes

Choose from different escape rooms -Do you want to find the Lost Jewel of Zanzibar or identify the criminal chief in The Lucky Duck? Or would you prefer being the astronaut in Cypherspace? Escape from the clutches of the evil pirate in Blackbeard’s Brig. Outsmart your captor Genie in The Curse of the Evil Gene. There is also the Murder at Mardi Gras, Tomb of the Red Queen, Rescue from Voodoo Island, What happened in Raven Woods, Top of the Charts.

Group Sizes: The Lost Jewel of Zanzibar, Prohibition- The Lucky Duck & The Curse of the Evil Gene : 4 – 6 people

Cyberspace & Blackbeard’s Brig 6 – 8 people

Enigma Escapes


Wednesday – Thursday: : 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Friday : 5:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sunday : 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM


1. Unit 4- 980 Lorimer Byld, Winnipeg
2. 25 Kenleyside Street, Winnipeg
3. 691 Corydon Avenue, Winnipeg


$25 per person + GST = $26.25. However there is a minimum charge of $100 per room.



4. Codebreakers Escape Rooms

4 escape rooms. Are you smart enough to find the treasure in Grandma’s Attic before it comes crashing down or would you prefer stealing the Elixir of Life from the Museum of Curiosities? Can you escape the Tomb of Isadora with the Book of Spells and Magic? Find the bounty of the great pirate captions in the Pirates Mobile Escape. Codebreakers Escape Rooms


Monday – Sunday : 12:00 PM – 9:30 PM (By Appointment Only)


Unit 202, 110 Osborne Street, Winnipeg. Second floor, entrance door to left of Toad in the Hole/Cavern entrances.
Phone: (204) 615-CODE (2633)
Street parking is free in Osborne Village. River and Stradbrook are closest, and you can park on Osborne after 7pm. There is a pay lot on the North-West corner of Stradbrook and Osborne. Please read and obey all parking signs.


4 Players or fewer – $25 each/game
5 Players or more – $20 each/game


5. The Real Escape Canada

60 minutes to rescue the explorers in the Ruins; Uncover the mystery of the haunted Mavis House; Escape with your loot in The Bank Heist; Bring The Puzzler to justice; Solve the puzzle and escape The Castle; Find your way out before the Nuclear Meltdown; Protect your Sub and reach the surface; Destroy the alien in the Spaceship.

The Real Escape Canada


Monday – Sunday : 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM


3137 Portage Ave (close to the corner of Sturgeon Rd and Portage Ave).
Phone: (204) 615-7717


$22 per person (including tax) with a minimum of 4 paid admissions per booking for all rooms except The Castle (minimum of 6 paid admissions)


6. GET OUT Escape Rooms

New players love it. Experienced players love it. It’s a perfect balance of mind puzzles, hands-on challenges, and unique surprises!

5 unique full-sized themed escape rooms as well as Winnipeg’s first mini escape room!

2 Rooms: Drunken Bar Heist, Underground Bunker.

4 rooms will be opened soon – Ultimate Game Room, , Anti-gravity Crisis, Mission: Impossible, Trapped in an Elevator.

GET OUT Escape Rooms


Monday – Thursday: 12:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Friday: 12:30 PM – 11:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Hours are subject to change
The closing times represent the last booking of each day.


420 Des Meurons Street, Unit #115, Winnipeg (The main entrance is at the back of the building)
Phone: 204-231-4903
Parking: parking lot with plenty of free parking at the back


$25 per person for groups of 4+
$30 per person for groups of 3
$35 per person for groups of 2


7. Mask Escapes

Challenge yourself to the newest escape room in winnipeg. There are 5 rooms to choose from – Global Human Extinction, The Mask of Time, Roll The Bones, The Cabin, Pharaoh’s Curse. Mask Escapes

Ages 6+. Players under 13 in any rooms must be accompanied by an adult.


Weekends: 10:45 AM – 10:00 PM; Weekdays: 1:45 PM – 10:00 PM


Unit 7 – 25 Scurfield Blvd, Winnipeg
Call: (204) 202-3800


$25 / person (tax included) with a minimum number of players per room (varies by room)

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    1. Greg Escaper

      The best thing about the escape room is that I get to hunt for clues with all of my friends. This allows me to bond with them and make sure that our friend grows with it.

      October 31, 2019 at 11:51 AM
    2. Escaping Guru

      Winnipeg escape rooms are great, and I have been to most of them with my friends so far. The puzzles at these escape rooms open your mind, and if you haven’t been to any of these escape rooms, you should go soon.

      December 21, 2020 at 6:40 AM

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