Le créateur de jeux de piste en Alsace
 
Il était une fois la ville

The historic centre of Strasbourg

This treasure hunt takes you through three districts: the Cathedral with its half-timbered craftsmen’s houses and 16th century town houses – Gutenberg, the economic centre of the medieval city – La Petite France where traditional tanners’ houses are located

topics discussed

Essential monuments – Architectural styles (half-timbered houses, 16th and 17th centuries) – The city centre evolution over the centuries – Famous figures (Maurice de Saxe, Benjamin Zix)

principle

A roadbook contains historical information, the itinerary, the questions and a form to answer the questions in the form of MCQs

educational value

  • Discovery of the local heritage: history of the most important buildings
  • Development of the sense of observation: search for answers to the questions
  • Finding your bearings in space: itinerary to follow
  • Group spirit: one roadbook per team of 5 to 8 members

game process

  • Welcome of the group by our experienced animator
  • Explanation of the rules of the game
  • Constitution of the teams supervised by your guides
  • Distribution of the roadbooks and answer sheets
  • Telephone assistance during the game in autonomy
  • Correction of the answer sheets on arrival
  • Distribution of gingerbread to participants and accompanying persons
Duration 2 H 00
Departure / Arrival Place du château / Place Saint Thomas
Groups School – Leisure Centre / 10 participants minimum / Free for accompanying persons
Included in the service Organisation of the treasure hunt / Animator / Gingerbread
Available versions
12-18 years old  
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6,70 €