Sabotage in Aarhus 1943
Route approx. 2 km/1 mile
1-4 players per group
Price approx. 375 DKK (€49)
Based on: Case E
Age recommendation: 8+
Language available: DA
365 days a year
City Centre, Aarhus
ABOUT THE MYSTERY
You are members of the Danish resistance group in Aarhus in the middle of World War II. As such, it is your job to carry out a secret mission that involves locating a snitch.
The mission is solved while you walk around the city center and port of Aarhus.
In the envelope you will find everything you need to complete the mission.
If you succeed, you will have succeeded in a task that everyone thought was impossible. Are you ready to take on the task? The resistance group relies on your help to find the snitch and complete the secret mission!
The murder mystery "Sabotage in Aarhus 1943" is based on real events from World War II.
Good luck. You will need it!
PLEASE NOTE: this mystery is only available in DANISH!
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: email@example.com
Pick up point
Mor Anna - Bageri & Deli
Mon - Fri 07-18
Sat - Sun 08-16
The mystery walk
This TRUE CRIME mystery-adventure is based on an actual event recorded in the Danish II world war archives.
You will solve exciting riddles and tasks together as a group, and at the same time explore one of the most beautiful and historic areas of Aarhus.
In the envelope you will find everything you need for completing your investigation. Each chapter contains new tasks and challenges that can shed light on the case and lead to the right solution.
The more points you earn along the way, the more time you are given at the end to discuss your findings and to reach a conclusion about the case. Remember not to open the final chapter before reaching your decision.
GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR INVESTIGATION!
You may need it...