Copenhagen: Self-Guided Mystery City Tour
- Small group
- Valid: 1 day
per group up to 4
per group up to 4
Unleash your inner mystery-solving potential on this self-guided tour for crime fans. Explore the city through a mystery scavenger hunt and see a unique side of the city. Collect your starter kit from a designated and central location in Copenhagen. From there the game begins. The goal is to solve the mystery of the gruesome death of Johan Meyer, which is inspired and based on real events from 1899. Over 100 years ago, the death of a local debt collector shocked the citizens of Copenhagen. The man has disappeared around Rundetårn without a trace, and now it is your job as a responsible investigator to find out the truth about this heinous crime. You will solve exciting tasks that lead you closer and closer to a solution. While you are on the hunt for a murderer, you will experience fantastic Copenhagen, famously known for its history, breathtaking buildings and cozy ...
The Heist in Nyhavn is a self-guided mystery city tour in Copenhagen for families and people of all ages. As you solve the mystery in your envelope, you will be guided around the beautiful area of Nyhavn in a new and exciting way. After purchasing your mystery tour, pick up your envelope and start the hunt for clues whenever you like at the Arms Gallery in Nyhavn. Your mystery is inspired by true events. As a young police investigator, you have been given the impossible task of finding out who committed a series of burglaries in Nyhavn for years without being caught. The search for the burglar includes lots of fun for the whole family, making for a memorable and unique visit to Copenhagen's waterfront district.
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Hooray! We have sampled two other of Solve A Mystery's puzzles. Morset by Rundetårn is just as super good as the other two. What we love about these experiences is that we decide when we want to play, the city shows itself from new sides, the story is based on real events ... uha ... and is super well screwed together. Highly recommended to everyone!