The murder at Aarhus River

1.5 hours 
2 km/1 mile
1-4 players per group
375 DKK (€49)

Based on: Case E
Difficulty: Easy/Medium
8+ years recommended

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365 days a year


City Centre, Aarhus


The year is 1934 and you are a very talented investigator responsible for uncovering the brutal murder of Merete Hermansen.

There are six possible suspects, but who do you believe is the killer and what evidence underlies your choice?

Your luck is that the murder has been committed recently, which gives you an advantage. However, time is ticking, with every minute that passes the murderer increases his or her chances of covering up the murder, getting an airtight alibi or escaping.

Good luck with the investigation. You will need it!

PLEASE NOTE: this mystery is only available in DANISH!

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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:

Pick up point

Mor Anna - Bageri & Deli

Mejlgade 5

8000 Aarhus

Mon - Fri 07-18

Sat - Sun 08-16

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The mystery walk

You are an investigator in the 19th century. As the story unfolds you get to experience Aarhus River, whilst solving exciting tasks that lead you to the hopefully correct solution of the mystery.

The investigation is being carried out in Aarhus city center.
You start at Sankt Clemens bridge and end at Mølleparken.

In the end you get the result, but before that you have to decide for yourself: Who do you believe is the killer and what evidence underlies your choice?

In the envelope you will find everything that is to be used in the investigation.
The more points you earn along the way, the more time you will eventually have to discuss who you think committed the murder and what possible evidence underlies your choice.