Can Your Kids Bust Out of This Free Digital Harry Potter Escape Room?


Looking for a fun activity to kill time? If you’ve got Harry Potter fans in your house, you should give this free digital escape room a try!

We’ve read the books, watched the movies, and even visited Platform 9 ¾ in London, so during our extended time at home, an escape room was the perfect afternoon activity.

It’s best done on a laptop or desktop computer, but you can do it on a phone or tablet as long as you can open multiple windows and toggle between them. Have paper and a pencil ready, too!

I’d put the puzzles and math questions around a 4th-5th grade level but it I think it would entertain middle schoolers, too. My 9-year-old and I completed it together in 20 minutes. Play as a family or have older kids go head-to-head to see who can get out first!

It’s only available during the COVID-19 stay-at-home/shelter in place orders, so don’t sleep on it! The library that created it must remove it once the coronavirus threat has passed.

Ready to play the Hogwarts Digital Escape Room? Click here!


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Erin Bartel
Erin owns Elite Media Ink, a boutique social media marketing & management agency in Wichita, and currently serves the Wichita Moms Blog as Content Director. An Enneagram Type 3, Erin holds certifications in Social Media Management & Inbound Content Marketing, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work. She spends her days helping local businesses and non-profits navigate the ever-changing waters of social media while homeschooling her kids & trying to make the family cat like her. Married to her college sweetheart and the mother of 2 elementary school children, Erin's hobbies include bribing herself to exercise, traveling with (and without) her family, and wishing she could remember where she hid the chocolate.


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