Escape Manor

First-time event aims to get Ottawa residents outdoors safely to exercise, uncover fun clues, win prizes and support heart health.
Indoor drinking and dining in bars and restaurants have been given the go-ahead, and movie theatres, fitness centres and playgrounds are also permitted to get back up and running as of Friday.
Forced to close their doors to live audiences, some Ottawa businesses have reinvented themselves online since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
An Ottawa tourism staple is offering residents gripped by cabin fever a chance to escape from the coronavirus-imposed lockdown ​– on their computer screens or mobile devices, at least.
Escape Manor, Haunted Walks among local companies forced into hundreds of layoffs by the spreading pandemic
Ottawa Tourism pilot project aims to encourage out-of-town delegates to explore more of the capital
As demand for new live entertainment experiences grows, Escape Manor has become the go-to destination for tourism operators looking to add a jolt of excitement to their offerings
Participants in Escape Manor’s new cybersecurity-focused experience might walk off with more than just the self-satisfaction of cracking complex cryptography
2017 Forty Under 40 recipient
You will now be able to live out your fantasy of executing a heist from the Canadian Museum of Nature, but the gems are fake and you’ll have to pay for the privilege of trying.