Parisian museums are teaming up for a giant and free detective game

undefined 12 avril 2024 undefined 16h00

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The musée du quai Branly, the musée d'Orsay, l'Orangerie, the Louvre and the Centre Pompidou come together for 1 month to invite you to try and solve the difficult puzzle left in the official Manifesto of the Olympic Games by Pierre de Coubertin, the originator of the modern version of this global sporting event. A huge game throughout the capital, 100% free.Let's embark on an exciting adventure through 5 iconic museums in the capital! The Cultural Olympiads in Paris are in full swing, offering well-designed routes that combine art and sports in just 45 minutes. Whether you prefer to go solo or team up with friends, the goal is to investigate specific artworks and decipher the secret behind 5 mysterious phrases from the first Olympic manifesto. Don't feel overwhelmed - you can solve each museum's mystery on your own. The more you explore Paris, the more joy and excitement you'll uncover. Get ready for a giant escape game like no other! Increase your chances of winning rewards. Because yes, museums can be (sometimes) generous, and not only is this adventure free - upon reservation though, be careful - but also, there are many prizes up for grabs. Including show tickets, board games, tote bags, books, artistic posters, and more... It may not be a brand new Rolex, but it's always nice to receive! Five museums in play: Louvre Museum 8, rue Saint-Anne - 1st Centre Pompidou Place Georges-Pompidou - 4th Musée d'Orsay Esplanade Valéry-Giscard-d'Estaing - 7th Musée de l'Orangerie Jardin des Tuileries - 1st Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac 37, quai Jacques-Chirac - 7th From April 6to June 2, 2024
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