This adventure is great for first time escapers and families with children!
Designed to be a challenging and fun high seas adventure.
a stormy night
This adventure is dimly lit, be sure to bring your reading glasses.
You and your mates have been taken prisoner aboard the ship of a ruthless gang of Pirates. While in jail, you over hear the guard talking about a treasure map the Captain has hidden somewhere on board the ship. That night, once the guard falls asleep, you decide to try to break out of jail, find the map, and go searching for the treasure…
A great introduction to the world of escape rooms
After 5 months of meticulous top secret construction, Escape! Whistler opened its doors on December 26th, 2015. The Pirate Ship and the Lost Tomb were the first of four awesome themes to launch, testing guest’s brains and abilities. Six weeks later the Buried Cabin was added to the roster. Finally, four months after opening for business, the Rabbit Hole became the last piece of the Escape! Whistler masterpiece.
Fast forward two years…sadly, the Lost Tomb was laid to rest. But after four months of creative design and countless all-night building sessions, the Pinball Machine came to life and has been entertaining Escapers ever since.
On February 1, 2020, the next big chapter of the Escape! Whistler’s story has officially begun. The best indoor activity in town is excited to announce an expansion, with the start of construction on two new Escape! adventures that are scheduled to open this summer! The two new room themes have not yet been released but we are certain you will not want to miss them!
Countless hours were spent hand-crafting detailed, immersive sets and 100% original games and we can not wait for you to enjoy them!
With the help of the Whistler community through out spring and fall, Escape! Whistler collects proceeds from each booking made through the legendary ‘Escape Room Locals Deal’ to raise funds for Zero Ceiling Society of Canada.
Zero Ceiling is committed to ending youth homelessness. Based in Whistler, they provide stability, support, and opportunities that empower young people facing homelessness to have a healthy transition to adulthood. Their programs offer stable housing, employment, life skills, and outdoor adventure in a safe, supportive environment for young people from Metro Vancouver and the Sea to Sky Corridor.