office escape room toronto

Toronto just got an Office-themed escape room

Question: What kind of bear is best?

If you said anything other than "black bear," "bears eat beets," or "bears, beets, Battlestar Galactica," in the style of Jim Halpert as Dwight Schrute, you should start re-binging The Office. ASAP. 

NBC's beloved (and incredibly enduring) workplace comedy is the inspiration behind a newly-launched escape room game just north of Toronto's Junction Triangle at 1444 Dupont St.

Called "Escape This 9 to 5," the trivia-heavy escape room asks guests to play an IRL board game, of sorts, involving clues and puzzles, in order to finish succesfully.

office escape room toronto

The new workplace sitcom-based escape room from Trivia Escape Rooms will run until April 16 in Toronto. Image via Trivia Escape Rooms.

Guests will need to be quite familiar with the Dunder Mufflin crew and their hijinks in order to escape the room, but Parks and Recreation, Workaholics and the film Office Space will also be featured in trivia questions.

Escape This 9 to 5, brought to us by the same people behind the "'90s nostalgia"-themed escape room that hit Toronto in September, runs from February 1 until April 19.

The game itself takes approximately one hour to complete and will set you back between $26 and $30, depending on how many people are playing.

Michael Scott would surely approve (and deem himself 'boss' of the entire trivia facility upon arrival.)

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