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Escape game unveiled for tunnels beneath Casa Loma

After debuting its enormously popular Escape from the Tower at Casa Loma, Toronto's Company and Co. is launching its second escape room. This time, however, it'll take you into the tunnels beneath our city's only castle.

The game, called King of the Bootleggers, is set in the 1920s during Toronto's Prohibition years. It all starts, of course, in a speakeasy. And, according to the Company and Co. website, this is Casa Loma's "most diabolical game" yet.

King of the Bootleggers will open on November 25. Like Escape from the Tower, which is already sold out for the rest of the year, tickets are $36 and $42 during prime times.


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