Brightspark is back with another virtual escape room! This time we travel to Québec City for a second Locked In experience. This adventure will lead students through some of Québec City’s oldest and most popular sites. Using team-building skills, problem-solving methods, math skills, and more, students must crack the code and escape the room in 60 minutes or less – or risk getting locked in for good!
Our virtual escape room takes your students to some of Québec City’s best museums and attractions.
This virtual escape room includes four levels which get progressively harder to complete. Level 1 focuses on attention to detail, Level 2 will require some math and problem-solving skills, Level 3 is focused on brain teasers, and Level 4 will test linguistics and puzzle skills.
To run this experience, we recommend splitting students into teams of 4-6. If you would like the activity to be even more challenging, you can let students complete it individually!
The escape room will take about 40-60 minutes to complete. You may choose to give students as much time as they need or start a 60-minute timer and see who can escape from the room before time runs out.
Click here to download the Locked in Québec City Facilitator Instructions for additional details, hints, and the complete answer key.
Our virtual escape room takes your students to some of Québec City’s best museums and attractions. Here’s a sneak peek of the locations you’ll visit during your virtual experience:
Martello Tower: Located on the Plains of Abraham, this is one of 4 towers built to withstand major gunfire. Over 200 years old, these towers were built to defend British North American territory should an attack come in from the Saint Lawrence River.
Notre Dame de Québec Cathedral Basilica: Once known as Notre Dame de la Recouvrance. This is the site of the first chapel in Canada, built by Samuel de Champlain. Although this isn’t the original building, it is still very old and is a designated National Historic Site.
Huron Traditional Site: This site features replicas of Huron longhouses dating back before the 1500s. It’s a special opportunity to learn about the history, culture, and traditions of Huron People, both in the past and present.
Château Frontenac: Not just the most recognizable building in Québec City. The Château Frontenac shares its history with the Canadian Pacific Railway, has maintained its statue of luxury hotel for over 12 decades, and is a designated National Historic Site.
When you’re ready to get started, click here to enter the room!