A 2-hour outdoor investigation in the centre of Paris, inspired by the history and characters of the Belle Epoque!
1919: A vial that belonged to the presumed alchemist Nicolas Flamel has been stolen by the multi-recidivist burglar Arsène Lupin from the Countess Cagliostro's mansion at 24 quai d'Orléans. The Commissaire Lenormand in charge of the investigation is convinced: "It is not the vial that is valuable, but what it contains. "
2020: 101 years later, this vial is still hidden on the Ile Saint-Louis. You'll have to use all your investigative skills to find it and discover its secret.
As you explore the island, you will discover its history and mysteries: the Haschischins club where Baudelaire, Théophile Gautier and Alexandre Dumas met; the Centaur's house where Aurelien, the hero of Aragon's novel of the same name, lived; the rue de la femme sans Teste...
Your investigation can take place during the day or at night.
We are waiting for you to help us unveil Arsène Lupin's last secret
Course of your investigation
Each team receives a game booklet in the form of a replica of the period newspaper "le sémaphore" and a map of the island, will explore 15 places on the island and may finally find the vial and its secret.
You will be welcomed by animators who are passionate about the history of the island and who will love to tell you new anecdotes
We have created this investigation game as a tribute to Georges Descrières, the unforgettable interpreter of Arsène Lupin. Don't hesitate to listen to Jacques Dutronc's song "Gentleman Burglar" before joining us.
Game available in French and English.
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24 quai d’Orléans - Île Saint-Louis - 75004 Paris
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