Escape Rooms are the newest sensation in Myrtle Beach, and several of them have popped up within the past couple of years. Escape Rooms, also known as “Break Out Rooms,” are interactive attractions in which visitors are given a scenario and must solve a series of puzzles, within a set time limit, in order to escape the room they are in. While each attraction hosts different experiences, some common Escape Rooms scenarios include cracking a bank vault, escaping a serial killer, finding hidden treasure, and much more. And, while some may sound scary, the escape rooms in Myrtle Beach are family-friendly, focusing on the tasks of problem solving and teamwork in a fun atmosphere.
Break Out Myrtle Beach
Located on Main Street in North Myrtle Beach, this family-friendly attraction is home to unique escape rooms that are perfect for family, friends, companies, vacationers –basically anyone! Rooms here include an adventurous race to beat Blackbeard to buried treasure; finding clues to escape from a serial killer’s home; trying to figure out the case of the Myrtle Murderer; and, coming soon, a bank heist room!More Info
Riddles Escape Room Myrtle Beach
Drive up to Restaurant Row, and before treating yourself to a delicious meal, head over to Riddles Escape Room and test your problem-solving skills while having a great time. Guests here have 60 minutes to solve a non-frightening adventure game featuring riddles, secret codes, puzzles, and clues used to escape. Escape from the Grande Strand Hotel; a hotel that people can check into but are never allowed to leave; experience a VR-Space Station Escape; find your way off of a deserted island, and more!
Backstage Escape Games
Broadway at the Beach is home to many awesome activities, including Backstage Escape Games. This family-friendly attraction uses a series of clues and puzzles along with props, sounds, and lighting, to create a unique escape room experience. Test your team working skills with the story of The Legend of Atlantis to see if you can help find the Atlantean crystals.
Escapology Myrtle Beach
Located at 400 North Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach, Escapology is an awesome escape room that will test your skills! Bring your friends and family to work together to search for clues and solve puzzles to find your way to freedom. You have 60 minutes to make your escape, will you be able to break free?
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