The last known piece of Socrates speech, in front of his judges, was just discovered in an old crate at the museum's storeroom. This piece of art is written in an unknown code. You are the archaeologists - explorers to help the museum curators decipher this piece of written history.
Transform the boring- for most people- procedure of a museum visit to an exciting, challenging, educating and above all teamworking event!
In small teams of 6-8 persons, armed with one questions booklet per team, your goal is to find the answers to as many possible, in 1.5-2 hours time. To do so, you need to look closely at the ancient Greek art that is housed in the museum, listen to what the guide recounts, collect the correct data from the description tags of the museum's exhibits or google them up.
By answering right to the questions given, one gets clues to decipher the ancient text at the end of the game and win the grand prize!
The game is developed with the help of archaeologists and can be played without a professional guide, we strongly suggest though we use one, for the sake of a wider & deeper understanding of the exhibits & their history (@ an extra cost).