The MUrder at Akershus fortress

2 Hours 

Route approx. 2 km/1 mile

1-4 players per group

Price approx. 499 NOK (€50)

Based on: Case A

Difficulty: Medium

Age recommendation: 8+

Languages available: NO/ENG

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WHEN

365 Days a year

WHERE

City Centre, Oslo

ABOUT THE MYSTERY

The year is 1965. You come from a highly respected family of investigators and you want to live up to their standards. 

During a celebration party of the Oslo police, a not attending officer finds the body of a dead woman on a hill near Akershus fortress. As a junior investigator the task of finding out what happened falls on you.  

This is your chance to finally prove your worth. Much is at stake not only the honour of you and your family but also the safety of Oslo's streets are in your hands!

Best of luck! You may need it.

Mostly Barrier-free
(Alternative route available)

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HOW DOES IT WORK?

Go to the pick up point, which is a short walk from the starting point, to collect your mystery. Begin the game at any time you want at the starting point indicated on the envelope.

The mystery takes place outside and is a private group activity, no third party members or additional players are involved. It is possible to play the game in larger groups, go to FAQ for more information or send an email with your request to: contact@solveamystery.net

Pick up point

Fenaknoken

Akershusstranda 23

0150 Oslo

Mon - Fri 11-17

Sat 11-16

Sun closed

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The Mystery Walk

You walk around Akershus Fortress, whilst solving various clever clues and tasks, which are related to your historic surroundings.

The clues and tasks can be misleading and make you doubt your investigation skills. Don't be fooled and believe in yourself! The safety of Oslo's citizens relies on you.

At the end of your mystery adventure, you reach the Vet Christiania Torv, where you gather all your clues and hopefully accuse the right person guilty of the crime.