This treasure hunt is aimed at school groups, school tour operators, leisure centres
During a treasure hunt in the heart of Petite France, you can discover a picturesque quarter with cobbled streets lined with canals where traditional tanneries were built in the Middle Ages.
Construction principles of half-timbered houses – Recognition of the craftsmen emblems (carpenters, surveyors) – Architectural buildings evolution (dates of construction, modification, renovation) – Famous characters (Benjamin Zix, Napoleon’s designer).
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 specified
- Contribute 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 Saint Thomas|
|Included in the service||Treasure hunt + gingerbread|