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SOS Labyrinthe, Montreal

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  • We had 3 young kids and 3 adults. I hoped for an experience like one of the "escape" mysteries or some game of skill. Nope. This game has no skill needed. You literally just wander around. There are n...  more »
  • We were walking when we saw local and we think that participating in a labyrinth of dimensions that advertised could be very interesting. They said that had several zones, each with a distinct style and, however, everything was fairly easy and practically the same, not it gave you the feeling of being lost in no time. Conclusion, very expensive for what it was.
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  • We were 2 adults and 2 children (8 and 11 years) the maze was very good, but animators gave too many clues throughout the work (ex: for the final step, they outright said where was the end!) Wish we could have found the way by us even! Maybe inform them that you do not want too much help, if this is the case!
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  • I really enjoyed this place. My daughter (5as of writing) and I went through together. The staff is great - very friendly and you can see they enjoy what they do.
  • This is just the worst place. Let me tell you how it is from the beginning of the "Labyrinth" to the moment where you are leaving through the emergency exit. First, you fork over your money to the cashier. It's way overpriced! It costs 53$ for a family of 4! Then, you wander through doors. Nobody tells you where the start of the maze is, you just follow everyone until you get to a stinky room with metal bleachers. Everyone is confused until a staff member wearing overalls and rollerblades comes in and tells you not to follow the maze drawing on your ticket. Then she tells you you have to find four treasures. Nobody knows what to do! She points you to the entrance and you enter the maze. The walls are made of blue plastic, and it's hard to believe the maze was made from spare parts by longshoremen a long time ago. There is no air. You wander aimlessly through punching bags for a few minutes. The maze is overcrowded and smells bad. When I got to the middle, a little girl was curled up on the floor crying. I don't blame her. Also, a woman was stuck in some prison bars that you have to go through while a group of people tried to pull her out. By this point, angry mobs of people were heading for the fire ext, including us. When got to the door, the rollerblading employee blocked it and said:" This isn't the exit! You can't leave from here. You must go to the end of the maze." Everyone must have looked intimidating, so she skated away and let us through. Everyone was gasping for air. To top things off, the bathroom smelled like 6-year old crusting Limburger cheese and they sold overpriced snacks. Honestly, they should pay YOU 50$ to come to this awful maze. Do not come.
  • My teens really liked this. My 11 yr old picked this activity. My 14 yr old clearly thought it wasn't going to be fun (neither did I) but it ended up being great and well worth the money. A good break for kids from being dragged around the old town looking at quaint architecture. Took about 45 min to complete.
  • This is the worst place I've ever been! The maze is just a bunch of plastic panels that you have to go through. I went in with my friend and she felt nauseous because of the lack of air and how crowded and dark it was. We ended up leaving through the emergency exit with everyone else. Big waste of money! Do not come! No one knows what to do!
  • It is a testament to fun - fun - fun! The best in action-packed, high flying health and recreational activity for all the family. Many hours of fun and excitement for a modest cost.

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