A breathtaking escape game… this is what offers Artimus Escape Game, a facility set in Paris 20th arrondissement and proposing visitors to solve different enigmas in the premise’s different rooms. A place with an absolute immersion since we dive into the atmosphere of the place as soon as we’re going in.
As soon as we arrive, we’re welcomed in a curiosity cabinet and you have to give a password previously communicated by Professor Artimus himself so that we can access the lab and be informed about the mission we’re entrusted with.
About the professor, we don’t know much: only that he’s a biology, quantum mechanics and astrophysics enthusiast and that his works led to the construction of the “door of time”, a crack in space and time that visitors have to cross to complete their mission, meaning, they must solve different enigmas and other mysteries in less than sixty minutes.
In terms of rooms, there are two of them and they are available in English as well:
We are in 1590, in Naples, during the Italian Renaissance. We’re at famous musician Carlo Gesualdo’s and we have to solve the mystery around the disappearance of the beautiful Donna Maria and the musician himself, one hour before his house is burnt to the ground.
Many people have disappeared in the cities where Tyfrosi circus stopped by. The reason of these disappearances? A fantastic beast and director Aleister Blache’s Freak Show climax. And obviously, it’s up to you to investigate this case while the master of the place is away…
Another room is to come by fall 2018:
Christmas 1984. During the night from December 24 to 25, at 12:30 a.m. sharp, an unexplained phenomenon of spontaneous combustion leads to the death of a man who came with his wife to spend the night in the room 113. Every seven years, the phenomenon happens again and your mission is to investigate about it.
Artimus Escape Game
161 Rue des Pyrénées
75020 Paris 20
Métro ligne 2 station "Alexandre Dumas", ligne 3 station "Porte de Bagnolet"
Tarif en heures creuses: 110 €
Tarif en heures pleines: 130 €
Ouvert tous les jours de 10h à minuit