The district “La Petite France” is undoubtedly the most picturesque in Strasbourg. Fishermen, millers and tanners had settled there because of the proximity of the water. The half-timbered houses were built with louvered attics that allowed the tanned skins to dry in a permanent air flow.
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 consists of a road book with a content that allows you to:
- To discover the local cultural heritage: the history and anecdotes of the must-see buildings are highlighted
- To boost the observational skills: the questions are used to find answers on the walls of the buildings
- To develop spatial orientation: the itinerary to follow is specified
- To encourage teamwork: a single roadmap is distributed to each team, consisting of 5 to 8 members
- The group is welcomed at the start and finish by our animator
- The treasure hunt is performed autonomously under the supervision of your guides
- The animator ensures a telephone hotline in order to provide assistance to a team in difficulty. The animator’s mobile number is given in the road book
- At the end of the game, the animator corrects and distributes traditional gingerbread to the participants and accompanying persons