Who said museums were boring? This digital activity is a mix between entertainment and culture and...
A cultural and creative game
Who said museums were boring? This digital activity is a mix between entertainment and culture and will reconcile art lovers with fun lovers, by enabling participants to discover great works in museums in a playful way.
Equipped with tablets, you take on the museum of your choice with quizzes and creative challenges.
This game does not tell stories… It tells you THE story!
Before the start of the game, our Game Masters introduce participants to the concept of Museum Gaming and to the functioning of the tablet.
NB: all participants must be in the same place for this stage. Oh what a pretty picture they paint!
It is recommended that teams be set up in advance, and that the logistics of the teams meeting up at the museum also be planned in advance —an art in itself…
Upon arriving at the site, the teams are guided around by the tablet. For the duration of the game (usually 1.5 /2 hours), players will discover the great works of the selected museum.
To that effect, they will have to answer questions (some relatively easy, others downright tricky) and take on a series of challenges related to these works.
Eventually there’s time for a debriefing phase, a nice moment of togetherness.
This is the opportunity for everyone to gaze at a different kind of “masterpieces”: the photo/video challenges created by each team during the Museum Gaming activity!
The creative challenges are projected (and duly commented…) before the big winners are announced.
Note that we also offer a more “serious” and analytical debriefing.
Where can you find this game?
The Marriage of Cana: this episode is famous in the Bible: in the city of Cana, in Galilee, at the wedding of the people seated on the far left, Jesus turned the water into wine!
In the painting, a character shows his surprise. Find him.
It’s time to put your acting skills to work: take a selfie while showing the biggest surprise! Remember to take your photos in landscape format!
The station’s original vocation was to welcome visitors to the Paris World Fair and foreign delegations to Paris. It was the former terminus of the Paris Railway Company in ____
What is this city ?
The chapel is the last building built of the Palace of Versailles.
It is also the highest: 44m high. Only God can rise above the king. It is organized on two levels like most palatine chapels.
In your opinion, where did the king sit during masses and ceremonies?
Here you are at the Confluences Museum. Trade between companies is not always peaceful or monetary. They can also be a source of conflict. Here you can admire beautiful military objects including this 17th century dragon.
Which country does it come from?
Welcome to the Museum of Arts and Crafts.
You will discover the magnificent collections of machines, models and scientific and technical drawings of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Find our famous and dearly departed Johnny Hallyday!
Come on, I’m sure you’re familiar with his greatest hits!
This is your opportunity to once again show off your singing skills by shooting a video with him!
Don’t forget to shoot horizontally.