The Escape Game launches a free at-home educational tool

United States, Tennessee, Nashville-davidson – 04-03-2020 ( — Nashville, TN – The Escape Game has launched a free digital learning tool called TEG Field Trips that takes students on engaging and educational journeys through famous museums and historic landmarks, and even back to major moments in time. Delivering in the same way The Escape Game’s escape room adventures have, Field Trips players progress through the game by uncovering clues and solving puzzles. This first iteration of TEG Field Trips takes students through the historic Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

The Escape Game may be known as America’s premier provider of escape rooms but they felt the time was right to expand into digital learning. “We created TEG Field Trips because of the massive need for at-home education and engagement during COVID-19.” Said Teddy Cheek, The Escape Game’s Sr. Director of Marketing and Brand. “The games are free so they can be a resource for all schools, teachers and students. It’s been exciting for our team to take the puzzle and clue elements that exist in all our games and bring them to the world of education”The Escape Game started delivering epic adventures with their first location in Nashville, TN in 2014. Since then they have expanded to 18 locations nationwide, with more on the way. Their product offerings have also expanded into at-home offerings like their digital escape room, Unlocked, and board game, Escape From Iron Gate. No matter what they do The Escape Game say they remained determined in their mission to design and deliver epic interactive experiences for every single guest.

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