Book online in advance. Walk-ins are accepted according to our availability.
You will be locked in a room with a small group of people. You have 60 minutes to search the room, find the clues, solve the puzzles and get out in time. You will need to use logic, creativity, and teamwork to escape.
Real-life room escape games are a type of physical adventure game in which people are put into a scenario where they have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and complete the objective within a set time limit.
Our prices vary depending on the size of the group in the escape room. Please see our pricing here.
In ancient times the legendary wizard Merlin defeated a great evil that threatened the world. Unfortunately, for us in modern times this ancient threat has returned. You and your team will need to prove yourselves worthy to learn the secrets of Merlin and prove you are the chosen ones to restore balance to our world.
Can you pass the Trails of Merlin?
Your team has received its next assignment. This peculiar missing persons’ case is about to become the most disturbing investigation of your career.
Recommended for groups of 3-6 participants!
While chasing your runaway dog, you fall into a large hole. You find yourself deep underground, standing at the doorway to a strange home.
Recommended for groups of 2-4 participants!
You have been tracking the criminal mastermind “The Puzzlemaster” for years. You have found his hidden lair; now can you find the evidence and escape?
Recommended for groups of 4-8 participants!
I’ve been to a bunch of escape rooms in Southern California, but Trapped! in Upland is without question my favorite.- Mario L.
Every single room they have offered has been phenomenal.- Dr. H
Trapped has, by far, the most immersive story-driven escape rooms i have experienced in Southern California- Dean M.
This place will not disappoint! TRUST ME!!- Dustin C.
THE GREATEST ESCAPE ROOM I HAVE COME ACROSS!- Prescilla B.
This was our third time at Trapped in Upland, and it just keeps getting better.- Debra B.