Which Royal Caribbean Ships Have an Escape Room?

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Royal Caribbean International’s Oasis of the Seas recently revealed its new, signature escape room. By solving mind-bending puzzles before time runs out, guests must come together to man their stations from Mission Control and successfully launch Apollo 18 to the moon. The flight director of the renowned Apollo program, Gerry Griffin, applauded the immersive experience’s level of detail, including the escape room’s resemblance to Johnson Space Center’s Apollo Mission Control Center in Houston. – Royal Caribbean

What to know about the Escape Room before you travel? It does have an age requirement of 12 years old, has been seen from $8.99 to $19.99 per person, and does require a reservation. Prices can vary for activities from ship to ship and you can look for sales and book your reservation in your Cruise Planner.

Ships that have an Escape Room:

  • Mariner of the Seas, Observatorium

  • Navigator of the Seas, Observatorium

  • Independence of the Seas, Observatorium

  • Freedom of the Seas, Observatorium

  • Harmony of the Seas, Escape the Rubicon

  • Symphony of the Seas, Escape the Rubicon

  • Oasis of the Seas, Space Mission Apollo 18

  • Allure of the Seas, Apollo 19 Lunar Landing

Anthem, Ovation, Brilliance, and Serenade have a very basic (sometimes referred to as “pop-up”) escape room version of Escape from the Future, is complementary, and typically not listed in ships with immersive escape rooms.


The Observatorium, Royal Caribbean

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