escape rooms at military communications & Electronics museum

Escape rooms within the museum

Located at the Military Communications and Electronics Museum, Improbable Escapes has created two deconstructed escape room games that take players throughout the galleries and various exhibits to explore what the museum has to offer while encouraging players to have some fun!

Both Camp X and Spymaster were designed to be perfect for players of all ages; whether it’s for a date night, family outing, school trip, or corporate event, choosing one of these games will keep your team entertained while learning some really cool parts of our Canadian history. (Games can be played by themselves or in any order.)

to play this game...

Head to the Military Communications and Electronics Museum during their operating hours to play this game. Bookings are not required – they’ll be ready for you!

You’re about to graduate from Camp X, a secret school created with the sole purpose of training elite covert agents during World War 2.

Today, one final test stands between you and the completion of your training to become full-fledged spies.

Use the clues and items in your trench coat to decode messages, sleuth through the museum, and uncover mysteries of the past to discover a secret code word. Complete your mission by reporting back to the front desk with the code word, and you’ll earn your place amongst history’s greatest shadow operatives.

Fail your mission, and the fate of the free world could be at stake. Are you up for the challenge?

You’re a spy who recently graduated from a secret espionage school during WWII. 

You’re across enemy lines, and time is ticking before your cover is blown. 

You need to identify the other double agents and find the secret code before all is lost. Use the clues and items in your briefcase to decode messages, sleuth through the museum, and uncover past mysteries to discover the names and the code word. Complete your mission by reporting back to the front desk once you’ve solved all ten names, and you’ll earn your place amongst history’s greatest shadow operatives. 

Fail your mission, and the fate of the free world could be at stake. Are you up for the challenge?

Game Location

Military Communications and Electronics Museum: 95 Craftsman Blvd, Kingston, ON K7K 7B4

Cost

Adults: $25.00, Students: $22.50, Veterans: $15.00, Soldiers: $15.00. All prices include admission to the Military Communications & Electronics Museum along with 1 deconstructed escape room game.

Hours of Operation

As of April 19th: Mondays - Fridays 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM, as of Monday, May 23rd: 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM 7 days a week.

Enigma Machine

Did you know that the Military Communications and Electronics Museum has an enigma machine?!

Frequently Asked Questions

Both Camp X and Spymaster are located at the Military Communications & Electronics Museum, located at 95 Craftsman Blvd, Kingston, ON, K7K 7B4.

These games can be played by walking into the museum. Reservations are not needed.

Please call the museum at 613-541-4675 to make arrangements!

Instead of playing a traditional escape room where you’re confined to a room where everything within it is a part of the game, deconstructed escape rooms involve having game items with you to help you solve puzzles that are scattered across various places… and in this case, a museum.

We recommend wearing comfortable shoes, as you would if you’re visiting a museum or gallery. The experiences include walking around the museum, so prepare to be moving!

Adults: $25.00, Students: $22.50, Veterans: $15.00, Soldiers: $15.00.

All prices include admission to the Military Communications & Electronics Museum along with 1 deconstructed escape room game.

The ticket prices listed on this page include admission to the museum.

Masks must be worn inside the building, and proof of vaccination is currently required. Check back here for any updates.

Need any help?

Do you have a question that hasn’t been answered on this page, or looking for some special arrangements (group size, time of booking, etc)? Send us a message and we’d be happy to help!