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Escape Hunt Launches Free Easter Activity Packs To Keep The Whole Family Entertained During Isolation

The Escape Hunt Free Easter activity packs will give the whole family something fun to do this Easter. 

Escape Hunt, he live escape the room and exit game franchise, with a location at Liverpool’s Royal Albert Dock has launched free downloadable interactive games for the whole family to help pass the time spent at home this Easter. The packs will keep the whole family entertained, filled to the brim with brain-teasing puzzles, mindfulness colouring pages, scavenger hunt clues for an indoor hunt, the packs are also entirely in black and white to save printer ink.

The ‘Children’s pack’ is suitable for children aged 6 – 12 and features a host of characters and settings from Escape Hunt Studios designed adventures. See if you can find the word’s that the Mad Hatter from Alice in Puzzleland has lost in the word search grid, or if you can help The White Rabbit find the booty from Blackbeard’s Treasure by colouring in.

The ‘Grown-up pack’ is for those teens and adults looking for something to keep their minds ticking over. Featuring Escape Hunt’s Our Finest Hour inspired anagrams, a stimulating sudoku puzzle and family-friendly charade prompts guaranteed to get a laugh, it’s a great way to spend an afternoon or two.

Escape Hunt is a hugely popular venue down at the Royal Albert Dock where you can test your problem solving skills in escape rooms and other challenges but with the current Coronavirus lockdown the organisation has come up with a great alternative for keeping people entertained.

For more information on how to download the free Easter activity packs, go to

Find out more about Escape Hunt and other escape rooms in Liverpool.


Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.

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