This treasure hunt is aimed at school groups, school tour operators, leisure centres
The itinerary of this treasure hunt allows you to discover the cathedral district and the famous Kammerzell House, the Gutenberg district, where the food markets used to be, and finally the Petite France district lined with traditional tanners’ houses.
Discovery of essential monuments – Observation of different architectural styles (half-timbered houses, 16th and 17th centuries) – Vision of the city centre evolution over the centuries – Famous figures (Maurice de Saxe, Benjamin Zix).
The treasure hunt takes the form of a Roadbook whose indications allow to:
- Discover the local heritage: the history and anecdotes relating to essential buildings are developed
- Stimulate the sense of observation: the questions lead to a search for answers on the building facades
- Developing spatial location: the route to be followed is specifiedContribute to group spirit: only one Roadbook is distributed per team, made up of 5 to 8 members
- The group is greeted by our animator at the start and at the arrival
- The treasure hunt is carried out autonomously under the supervision of your accompanying persons who benefit from free participation
- The animator can be reached on a mobile phone to help a team in difficulty. The number is indicated in the Roadbook
- On arrival, the animateur makes the correction and distributes traditional gingerbread to the participants and accompanying persons
|Duration||2 H 00|
|Departure / Arrival||Place du château / Place Saint Thomas|
|Included in the service||Treasure hunt + gingerbread|