Escape Rooms – Open Now!
Laurel’s House of Horror, a haunted complex built inside an abandoned movie theater, presents “Escape the Movies”, “Seven Deadly Sins”, “Race Against Jigsaw” (new), and “The Rising Dead” (formerly “Resident Horror”). Each attraction brings you and a group an entirely unique and challenging escape room experience. Let the Haunt test your fears… and your mind!
Escape the Movies
“Escape the Movies” is all-new in 2017, with revamped puzzles and features. You and a group will experience four distinctive rooms, with iconic scenes from your favorite record-breaking horror films including Halloween (Michael Myers), Purge, Saw, and The Conjuring 2. Solve intricate puzzles and race the clock to escape. Your limits will be tested in an attempt to truly Escape the Movies… or become our next victims trapped inside the haunted theater!
What’s different about the new “Escape the Movies”? It’s more interactive, with new scares, a bigger rooms and a better experience. Perfect for small and large groups: it’s team-building, mind-challenging fun in four distinctive rooms. A live actor is part of the experience* (one person may be taken from the group and put in a new room, touching may occur as part of the experience). Reservations only. 45 minute game. $30 tickets. See Photo 1 | Photo 2
Puzzle skill: 2.5 / 5 (medium difficulty)
Scare factor: 4 / 5 (scary)
Seven Deadly Sins
“Seven Deadly Sins” is the most unique, and easily the most challenging escape room experience we’ve ever created. In five and a half “ancient” and elaborate rooms, you and a group will be tested to your absolute limits to overcome intricate puzzles, time-sensitive obstacles and a difficult environment. More intense than our original rooms, all of your sense will be tested to escape the seven sins.
You enter through Pride (the first room) — will you leave with Pride, or be Envious of the ones that escape? Perfect for team-building. A live actor is part of the experience*. Reservations only. 45 minute game. $30 tickets. See Photos | Watch Video
Puzzle skill: 3.5 / 5 (challenging)
Scare factor: 1 / 5 (not too scary)
Race Against Jigsaw – new
“Race Against Jigsaw” is inspired by the blockbuster movie franchise. Guests are forced to split up into two teams to investigate Jigsaw’s latest trap. While the groups check it out, the trap resets, forcing guests to play the game.
It’s a race to see who can finish first. A great way to test that one friend who is always right! The new room requires a minimum of 6 people to play, and the maximum per room is 8 people. If your group is under the minimum, you will not get confirmation until others join the time slot. No live actor is part of this experience. Reservations only. 45 minute game. $30 tickets. Watch Video
Puzzle skill: 3 / 5 (challenging)
Scare factor: 2 / 5 (very slightly scary)
THE RISING DEAD
“The Rising Dead” is inspired by the hit zombie TV series, with hints of the hospital scene from the first season. This new game is one of our scariest yet, with the added pressure and motivation of a live-actor zombie. Can you get out of the quarantine room into the hospital lab? Bring your friends — you’ll need all the help you can get!
Formerly “Resident Horror”, this escape room experience has re-launched as “The Rising Dead” starting in August. A live actor is part of the experience* (incidental, but not intentional, touching may occur due to unpredictable activities of the dead). Reservations only. 45 minute game. $30 tickets. Watch Video
Puzzle skill: 3 / 5 (medium difficulty)
Scar factor: 3 / 5 (fairly scary)
- THIS IS A TIMED OUT GAME, PLEASE ARRIVE 15 TO 30 MINUTES BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED TIME. We will not be able to accommodate later then 15 minutes from your appointed time.
- The escape room experience is around one hour, with about 45 minutes of game play.
- Groups will be limited to 8 players per game session. For larger groups and private parties, please send us a message.
- Tickets are reservation only, available only through our online ticket page.
- We do not currently offer a “group” discount, but do offer private party rental rates.
- Escape rooms are all indoors, open rain or shine.
Schedule: escape rooms are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday each weekend to the public. Times vary, but you can check for available slots through the booking app. Thursdays are reserved for private parties and events. Time slots tend to book up quickly, so make reservations early!
Game Sessions: if your reservation group of players consists of less than the full amount of player slots available for a session (8), there is a good chance that you will be combined with other players. We recommend this not only to create a fun, team-building atmosphere, but multiple brains working together during a session will increase your chances for a successful escape!
Private Sessions: to guarantee a private session exclusively for yourself and fellow players of your choosing, you must purchase all 8 gamer slots. Please contact us to make a private reservation on a different time or day of the week.
Confirmation: after a reservation is placed, you will receive an email that will include escape room details including our Rules, Policies, and Disclosures. Please review these carefully before attending our attraction. Our frequently asked questions are online, too.
Private Parties and Corporate Events
Private parties and events are reserved for Thursdays – please contact us for booking. We can sometimes accommodate other days and times, and larger groups on a case by case basis.
From time to time we offer special promotions. You can enter your code directly into the booking app during date selection and checkout. Read our FAQ for restrictions and info. The date and time you select has to be available for your group to reserve that game session. You may need to give the system time to update the codes if you’ve just purchased them. Restrictions may apply as stated in the promotions — these promotional deals do not cover private parties and special reservations on other days of the week.
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