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The Investigation in Le Marais

escape game en plein air Paris durée de jeu

2 hours

escape game en plein air à Paris distance parcourue

3 km

Escape game en plein air à Paris tarif

25 €/pax

  • Place des Vosges

  • Private mansions from the 17th century 

  • Jewish quarter

  • Gay Quarter

  • Pompidou museum center

escape game en plein air à Paris itinéraire

Discover the Marais district and embark on a clue-hunting adventure with this Parisian outdoor treasure hunt.

Your mission : Discover what happened to MR LEblanc

The day before your arrival, employees of a Marais bank contacted us after discovering that a safe had been emptied of its contents. Since the incident, they have not heard from their director. To uncover what happened, you'll need to conduct your own investigation. 

This treasure hunt unfolds like an outdoor escape game, where logic and powers of observation will be your best assets in solving this mystery! You'll start with the police report, which contains information from the day the director was last seen.

At the meeting point, our hunt host will greet you and set you up, explaining the plot of the hunt and your itinerary. Each clue is independant and won’t be an obstacle in your quest. Plus, we will look out for your team during the investigation and we will take your call if you've wandered astray. Attention: This escape game can be a bit challenging. Feel free to contact us for some assistance, unless you're participating as part of a team building event (in which case, may the best team win 😉).


Your investigation begins at Métro Saint-Paul, in front of the astonishing Saint-Paul Saint-Louis Church. Once you've solved the first puzzle, you'll head towards Place des Vosges before exploring the 17th-century private mansion district. You'll then continue your inquiry in the Jewish quarter before transitioning to the lively atmosphere of the Marais Gay district. Your Parisian investigation will conclude in front of the Georges Pompidou Museum, where we'll be waiting for your conclusions.

  • For those who are more interested in a leisurely stroll than a treasure hunt, we hope you're also sweets enthusiasts: we've included a few addresses worth trying, so we hope you enjoy them 😉

  • And for all the Invader hunters, get your phones ready: the district is filled with street art!

Escape game en plein air à Paris enquêteur


  • The hunt takes approximately two hours, with an additional 30 minutes for setup and resolution after the hunt. If you want to take your time, the game can last three hours. Please note that regardless of progress in the investigation, it automatically ends after 3 hours.

  • The tour  STARTS next to Métro Saint-Paul and ENDS in front of the Pompidou center museum (one metro station away from the starting point)

  • The hunts are suitable for ages 8 and up. We recommend this tour for kids aged 8 or older because they must know how to read in order to enjoy the roadbook. Younger kids can join and they will enjoy it but adults will need to help them.

  • In order to have a nice game, wear comfortable shoes.

Ready for your next adventure?

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