Digital Escape Rooms & Activities

These Digital Escape Rooms and other activities are compiled here by Sun Prairie Public Library Youth Services Librarian, Sammy Nieman, and The County Library (Salt Lake) Adult Services Librarian, Ellen Thayn, and Cambridge Public Library Youth Services Librarian Christy Meisler, but the activities themselves have been made by librarians from all over. If you truly enjoyed one, please consider reaching out to the library, if they provided their information, to thank them.

Please feel free to share this document with all (patrons, friends, families). We have done our best to ensure we have the permission from the library/creator before sharing the activity.

Last Updated: 06/02/2021

Access = to access the activities, please just click on the hyperlink (blue text) and then click on the link that pops up! That link will then take you to the activity listed.

→ If you are having trouble accessing the activities, please email Sammy at snieman@sunlib.org

Please DO NOT hit the button to request access to edit. Thank you!

Table of Contents

Family Fun Escape Rooms

Based on Books

Educational

Fairy Tales

Fandoms

Miscellaneous

Teen Escape Rooms

Based on Books

Educational

Fandoms

Misc

Adult Themed Escape Rooms

2021 Collaborative Summer Reading: Tails & Tales

Library Escape Rooms

State and Country Specific Escape Rooms

Digital Scavenger Hunts

Resources:

Contact Info:

Family Fun Escape Rooms

Based on Books

Educational

Fairy Tales

Fandoms

Miscellaneous

Teen Escape Rooms

Based on Books

Educational

Fandoms

Misc

Adult Themed Escape Rooms

2021 Collaborative Summer Reading: Tails & Tales

Library Escape Rooms

  • Berlin-Peck Memorial Library in Berlin, CT specific. You’ll need to have a library card there to access their databases.  

State and Country Specific Escape Rooms

Digital Scavenger Hunts

Resources:

Contact Info: 

If there is a Digital Escape Room that I'm missing, please feel free to let me know add it to the list!

  • When you email, please note where you’d like the activity placed (family, teen, adult, fantasy, educational, etc.) and let me know how you would like it cited/credited. Thank you!

Sammy Nieman, Sun Prairie Public Library, Sun Prairie, WI

Email: snieman@sunlib.org

  • Librarians looking to edit digital escape rooms to add in a code for kids to enter into their digital summer reading program (like Beanstack, for example), please know that San Leandro and Arlington Public Libraries are willing to send you a copy of their digital escape room. Please email Loretta if interested. Loretta.Zhang@arlingtontx.gov 

Requesting Access - If you request access to edit this document I will only give you access if you’re actively going to help look for digital activities or are actively making your own. I am hesitant to give too many people access for a variety of reasons. Thank you for understanding.