World of Escape Rooms - Real-life escape games in San Francisco

Escape Rooms in San Francisco are an excellent opportunity for spending time with family and friends. It’s time you escaped the room! Escape rooms are a new popular type of entertainment in San Francisco. Here you will find information about the best escape rooms provided by different companies.

Latest escape room reviews

  • Escape game: Escape from the Jail
    So my friends and I did Escape the Jail last week, and as fun as the puzzles were, I have to give major kudos to the woman who played our guard. She was spot on, and we keep coming back to here as our favorite element in the entire thing. Props, and thank you!


  • Escape game: Escape from the Jail
    I went back to SCRAP and did their latest escape room - Escape from the Jail recently. We didn't manage to escape unfortunately, but we all really enjoyed ourselves and loved how they incorporated the theme into the game mechanics.


  • Escape game: Reactor
    Extremely fun escape game (themed around future technology) located within an innovation lab. Expect some high-tech toys and a whole lot of fun!


  • Escape game: Reactor
    The Reason team put a huge amount of love and detail into this room. It was fun, exceptionally designed, and clever. We were lucky enough to participate in the beta so learned more about the design and testing process they went through. I look forward to exploring (and escaping) the next Reason room.


  • Escape game: The Roosevelt Escape Room
    I had a great time. The attention to detail is awesome and the puzzles are very thoughtfully set up. Also got a little bit of a history lesson and got to know about all the wonderful people that this room pays tribute to. Also from what my friends tell me this is the best escape room they've been to.


  • Escape game: The Roosevelt Escape Room
    I have been to a few other escape rooms around the bay but this one stands a head above the rest. The detail and sophiscation of the room is ridiculous! I would highly recommend it to anyone, even if you don't fancy yourself a puzzle person (I'm not!) there is something for everyone.