San Francisco Escape Rooms

View of feet walking on blue glassThere is no better way to bond with those closest to you than being locked in a room for an hour, using your skills to fight for your life, save the day and beat the clock. Escape rooms have become a staple way to ensure for a good time, a fun challenge, and a cool way to make great memories with your coworkers & friends. Dying to go to one of these escape rooms, but need people to go with? Have no fear, GirlCrew is here! See if you have what it takes to solve the puzzles at one of these awesome San Francisco escape rooms.

Palace Games

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If you are a escape room junkie and need more of a challenge then you have come to the right place.  Honestly, you can’t go wrong with any of these San Francisco escape rooms offered by Palace Games. Their Great Houdini Escape Room has been deemed as the best escape game in North America. Built over 100 years ago by the escape master himself, Houdini has created a challenge filled with only the best of his contraptions for 8 of America’s finest to figure out. The price may be high but the stakes are higher in this immersive, puzzling experience.

  • Players: 4-8
  • Time: 1.5 hrs
  • Price: $410

Clockwise Escape Room

Choose from 4 different themed rooms of fantasy, thriller, comedy, & suspense at ClockWise Escape Room. Their popular Party in Vegas, is a real life take on The Hangover. Wake up hungover and confused from a crazy night in Vegas, I mean we’ve all been there right? Find what you need to piece your night together. Your best friend needs to be at his own wedding in an hour so find those wedding rings and get the heck out of there! In the Asylum, you have one hour to escape before the orderlies come back to conduct unregulated tests on you like lobotomies and electroshock. Can you do it?

  • Players: 2-8
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Price: $27-$35pp

EscapeSF

Choose from one of EscapeSF’s 4 different rooms. Go back in time and add your name to the list of the 14 escape attempts of Alcatraz island in their Escape from Alcatraz challenge. These San Francisco escape rooms are good for a unique date night or a small group of friends. If you can’t make it to the location, have Escape SF come to you with their Space Bus escape game. This mobile escape room has you figuring out how to get your malfunctioned spaceship back on course before it’s too late!

  • Players: 2-5
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Price: $149

Startup Escape

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You have one hour to launch your startup before your one million dollar funding runs out. Great for team bonding, especially for those smart business gurus out there. Use your teams skills of marketing, programming, product, design, and development to get your business up and running. Startup Escape is great for start up companies out there but still a fun experience for everyone. This escape room is a different storyline and a great, funny, relatable way to bond with your coworkers.

  • Players: 6-12
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Price: $200

Real Escape Game

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Use your insight and observational skills to become part of the story at Real Escape Game. Get lost into the world of a book, video game, or show and figure out the storyline before the clock runs out. In their recommended Pop Star’s Room of Doom, get 10 tries to figure out the pop star’s exact timeline so you can save their life. Real Escape Game is a little different than your average escape room; strategy and communication is key to beat the game. Does your team have what it takes to figure out these puzzles?

  • Players: 4-9
  • Time: 1.5 hrs
  • Price: $33pp

Interested in any of these super cool San Francisco escape rooms? Let us know if you have done any of them or if we are missing any of your favorite ones in the comments below. Using your brain is tiring work, so get some good and cheap pizza and beer after the escape room; or check out the best places to thrift like Macklemore if you are looking for a fun, frugal day. Go to GirlCrew if you want more suggestions of things to do in the San Francisco area!

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