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Five museums for the Games • A puzzle adventure

from age 7

Hasta el 02 Junio 2024
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Five museums have got together and need your help to take up a challenge! To mark Paris 2024, the Louvre, Orsay, Orangerie, Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac and Centre Pompidou museums have turned their attention to a manuscript written by Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympic Games. The document contains 5 difficult-to-decipher secret sentences. We know for sure: each sentence relates to one of the five museums. Their meaning is based on a strong link between sport and culture. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to help each museum find its secret sentence.

  • Book your free ticket for access to the permanent collections, where the game takes place. This ticket does not guarantee access to the temporary exhibitions;
  • Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 9.30am to 6pm. Last access to the game at 4:45pm. Nocturne on Thursdays, last admission at 8:45pm;
  • Download the Musée d'Orsay game booklet.

  • A free game designed by five national museums around a common theme, plot and identity;
  • Five independent game trails are offered, with the possibility of entering a draw to win prizes;
  • Developed by Anima, game and event designers. Game Design: La Mue Events. Graphics: Axana Campdepadros;
  • Five museums for the Games is part of the Cultural Olympiad  program.

Find out all about Five museums for the Games.

Próximas fechas

  • Martes 21 Mayo 9h30
  • Miércoles 22 Mayo 9h30
  • Jueves 23 Mayo 9h30
  • Viernes 24 Mayo 9h30
  • Sábado 25 Mayo 9h30
  • Domingo 26 Mayo 9h30
  • Martes 28 Mayo 9h30
  • Miércoles 29 Mayo 9h30
  • Jueves 30 Mayo 9h30
  • Viernes 31 Mayo 9h30
  • Sábado 01 Junio 9h30
  • Domingo 02 Junio 9h30
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Próxima visita
Martes 21 Mayo at 9h30
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Musée d'Orsay
Esplanade Valéry Giscard d'Estaing
75007 Paris
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