The Murder By Stortinget

2 Hours 

Route approx. 2 km/1 mile

1-4 players per group
Price approx. 499 NOK (€50)

Based on: Case B

Difficulty: Medium

Age recommendation: 8+

Language available: NO

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WHEN

365 Days a year

WHERE

City Centre, Oslo

ABOUT THE MYSTERY

The year is 1899. Oscar II is King of Norway, Oslo is still called 'Kristiania' and you work for the local police force. 

An important businessman has disappeared. His wife, who reported him missing, ensured you that this has never occurred before.

Additionally, to the mysterious disappearance, a leather briefcase with blood on it has been found. You need to find out whether this is a weird coincidence or if these two incidences are connected. Time's ticking and much is at stake!

Good luck - you will need it!

PLEASE NOTE: this mystery is only available in NORWEGIAN!

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

In front of the Parliament, you will open the envelope with your mystery. It will guide you around Oslo city's historical environment while solving riddles and tasks, which are related to your surroundings.

 

In the end, you will reach Karl Johans gate or Nationaltheatret, attempt to tie the case together with the clues you have found and accuse the right person guilty, hopefully. But beware, the tracks can be pointing in various directions.