Paris, France

Save the statues of Parc Montsouris

4.4
(5 ratings)
Created by
Questo
Go on a magical Paris walking tour where you will follow clues to discover amazing places and local stories.

On this Paris treasure hunt for families, you will walk in the beautiful Montsouris Park while you play the role of a knight protecting the realm against a dark wizard.

Are you up for a magical adventure in Paris?
1.0km
48min
10places
9.99EUR
per group of up to 4
  • After booking, follow the instructions you receive by e-mail for playing this city game & walking tour.
  • 100% Money Back Guarantee if you don't enjoy the quest

Starting point

RER B Cite Universitaire metro

Know before you go

  • Quest available in English, French
  • This quest has 10 challenges
  • Kids friendly

Storyline

A dark wizard woke up from his 700-year sleep and placed a curse on French cultural sculptures and artifacts. He cast a spell which can potentially change the history of France.

One dark night, an anonymous messenger knocks on your door and slides a note under it.

The message says:

“Monsieur Remi Lambert,
The old, the gray, and the still need to be unscrewed from a curse
Made by a dark wizard who tries to change the past, the present, and the future.
We need your help to find him, as he is disguised as one of the sculptures.
Bring him back to his slumber with a spell spoken by an enchantress.
You will be helped by your comrades to find the forest enchantress.
Off you go to Parc Montsouris, or else he will curse more sculptures in Paris.”

You will play the brave knight, Remi Lambert, and help find and capture the wizard who is hiding in one of the sculptures. On every stop, solve the clues to reveal the identity of the historical figure who will help you on this quest. 

Reviews

4.4
(5 ratings)

Fabien Graneri

4
Sep 2020
Bon tour pour découvrir le parc Montsouris, mais les instructions sont un peu enfantines. Attention on nous indique un pont de bois, mais il est en fait en pierres.

Lucile Denancé

3
Aug 2019
Les réponses sont parfois trop précises ("un livre" ne fonctionne pas mais "livre" oui) mais une bonne balade

Jo

5
Jul 2019
Super!
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