Schools, leisure centres, youth associations, rallies
For children (from 10 years old) and pre-teens

Escape Game for cycle 2, cycle 3 and cycle 4 students

The Escape Game "Street Art at the Quail Hut."

  • This Escape Game takes place in an area with crazy charma little-known village in the city of Paris.
  • La Butte aux Cailles is the countryside in Paris, few cars, houses, small cobbled streets and more amazing a lot of Street Art.
  • The aim of this Escape Game is to make you discover the Butte aux Cailles in a playful way. and fun, answering questions and puzzles about Street Art and the history of part of the 13th arrondissement.
  • The objective of the game : join the guide in a given time by solving puzzles in connection with the history of the Butte aux Cailles.
  • The youngsters are divided into teams of max. 6. (4 teams max.)
  • Materials provided one card, one tablet and one book
  • Your mobile phone to be reached by your guide if needed.
  • The guide will be able to give you a little help if you are lost or stuck.

Useful information

  • Number of young people : up to about 24 young people for an outing
  • Duration of the Escape Game: 1h30 (including 15 minutes of presentation)
  • Course : a part of the 13th arrondissement (Jonas street and the restaurant Chez Gladines, the street Rue de la butte aux cailles, the place de la commune de Paris, the passage of the moulin des prés etc...)
  • Distance traveled : about 2km
  • Meeting place : in front of exit n°1 of the Corvisart metro station (line 6)
  • Companions: presence of at least one adult per team
  • Age for children from 6 years old

An Escape Game that is very popular with teachers and recreation centres with young children.

  • An original Escape Game in a district of Paris that is worth discovering.
  • It's a very fun outing, outdoors. There are few cars and it's nice with children...
  • It's very playful, like all Escape Games, with the cultural and historical dimension in addition.
  • This game develops the sense of orientation and observation

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