Virtual escape rooms: fun and educational

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The Children’s and Teen Departments of the Nashua Public Library challenge kids, teens, and families to find their way out of a series of virtual escape rooms this fall.

By solving puzzles, players will be able to “unlock the locks” and “break out” of the rooms.

Each room has a theme. and is available on the library website.

For kids

The four escape rooms for kids and their families, available at, are:

Back to School

September 1-30

Grab your notebooks, pens, and pencils, and get ready for your first day of school.

Can You Survive Election Season?

September 1-November 30

Answer all the questions correctly to make it out in time to head to the polls.

Escape the Spooky Library

October 1-31

Can you make your way through the book stacks, find all the clues, and escape the spooky library?

Dr. Seuss on the Loose

November 1-30

Oh, no! Dr. Seuss’s characters have escaped their books and forgotten pieces of their stories.

For teens

These three escape rooms are designed especially for teens. They will be available at

Unlock the Votes

September 12

Unlock the Horror

October 17

Unlock the Turkey

November 14

Custom-made escape rooms

If you’re an educator looking for an exciting learning experience, you can ask us to create custom virtual escape rooms for your students.