I’ve never been brave enough to attempt an escape room in person. I’m a massive chicken. But, thanks to COVID and multiple creative people, virtual escape rooms popped up all over the internet. While life has opened up a little bit, there are still many days we are all stuck at home feeling bored. Why not try your hand at a digital escape room? I feel I could get on board with this type of escape room, if it gets too scary I can just walk away from my computer. Complete as an individual or as a team!

Harry Potter Digital Escape from Hogwarts (Thanks to Peters Township Public Library)
Escape From Wonderland Digital Escape Room (Thanks to Moultrie-Colquitt County Library System)
Dog Man Digital Escape Room (Thanks to a humble School Library Media Coordinator who says Dav Pilkey and Scholastic are the true creative geniuses behind Dog Man)
Sherlock Holmes Digital Escape Room (Thanks to Sherlock the Musical)
Escape the Fairy Tale: Part 1 (Thanks to East Orange Public Library)
Escape the Fairy Tale: Part 2 (Thanks to East Orange Public Library)
Pikachu’s Rescue (Thanks to the High River Library)
Cinderella’s Escape (Thanks Moultrie-Colquitt County Library System)
Spy Apprentice Adventure (Thanks Washington-Centerville Public Library)
Golden Girls Escape Room
Pete the Cat and the Birthday Party Mystery (Thanks Abington Free Library)
Space Explorer Training- Digital Escape Room (Thanks Campbell County Public Library)
The Minotaur’s Labyrinth Escape Room (Thanks Salt Lake County: Riverton Library)
North Carolina Escape Room (Thanks To Davie County Public Library)
Escape the Sphinx (Thanks Clermont County Library)
Mandalorian Escape Room (Thanks Manchester Community College Library)
Ancient Egypt Tomb Challenge (Thanks Campbell County Public Library)

Looking for more tips on how to keep your kids occupied during the COVID-19 crisis? Find our best ideas, activities and inspiration here!