Cultural survey at the Musée d'Orsay Group activity


Explore the Musée d'Orsay during a team treasure hunt/enigmatic rally for your next Team Building event in Paris!

An investigation at the heart of Art, a mystery to solve!

Strengthen the bond between your employees through Art and an immersive and exciting game!

Thanks to our cultural rallies in the heart of the Museums, you'll be giving your employees the opportunity to get involved, as a team, in the success of a joint mission and in solving an investigation.

They will have to combine their strengths and complementary skills to carry out their mission and solve the investigation into the mysteries surrounding the museum's works. They'll have to call on a wide range of skills: observation, logic, deduction, knowledge and, above all, a strong team spirit to rise to the challenge!

Your mission: find your way around the museum, answer questions, look for clues, decipher secret codes, find hidden details in the works... and you'll be able to solve the final enigma.

Fun and creative challenges will complete the investigation to strengthen team cohesion and earn extra points.

Scenario at the Musée d'Orsay: Investigate the identity of Vincent Van Gogh's forger!

Plunge into the heart of an investigation that will take you from the end of the 19th century to the present day. to the present day, and try to piece together the story of a painting by Van Gogh that is thought to have been stolen in the mid-20th century.

As you explore the collections of Impressionism, the Nabis, Post-Impressionism and Neo-Impressionism, Symbolism and Barbizon... As a team, you'll have to investigate and try to find out what happened to this painting, which was replaced by a copy on the walls of the museum for over 50 years, without anyone knowing.

Who did it belong to? Who stole it? How was it stolen? Understanding its history will surely help you find the forger and the person who stole it...

Look for the clues, answer the questions and decode the messages to solve this investigation.

Opening times: Open every day except Monday from 9.30am to 6pm. Nocturne on Thursday until 9.45pm

Duration: Flexible from 1h30 to 3h00

Capacity: 10 to 300 people. Teams of 4 to 6 people.

This treasure hunt can be organised in 3 other museums:


Quai Branly Museum



- Available in French and English

- Reward for the winning team (sweets to share)

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