Murder Mystery game – The New Year Editions – 04/01, 06/01


Ghosts haunt the remains of Charles V's former palace. Would you dare to go down under the Place Royale to conduct the investigation in a breathless "Murder Party"? Go in search of testimonies and evidence hidden in the underground. Will you be able to unravel the mystery?

Brussels, 1521. During festivities at Coudenberg Palace, an important person dies in strange circumstances. A few centuries later, his spirit reappears at the scene of the crime, together with that of a few fellow guests. Startled by the presence of these ghosts, the museum guards ask visitors to discover the key to this mystery. But time is running out…

A video montage was made about each character in the story and clues have been spread around the archaeological site. The videos and the evidence can be viewed with your own smartphone (or tablet) through QR codes. It's up to you to put the pieces of the puzzle together!

programmed on:

  • Tuesday January 4 from 6 pm to 10 pm (last acces at 8 pm)
    Covid Safe Ticket required from 16 years
  • Thursday January 6 from 6 pm to 10 pm (last acces at 8 pm)
    Covid Safe Ticket required from 16 years


Practical information
Entrance: Place Royale 10 Koningsplein, Bruxelles 1000 Brussel
Rate: standard: 8-10 €
Age: from the age of 12

Reservation mandatory:
Durating: 1h30 – Access every 15 minutes to avoid crowds.
Public transport : M 1, 5 / B 27, 38, 71, 95 / T 92, 93

Take your smartphone or tablet with you to read the QR codes.
Don't forget to download a QR Code application beforehand if your device doesn't have one.
Free Wifi on site.

This project was made possible thanks to the support of Delphine Houba, Alderman for Culture of the City of Brussels.

Several hygiene measures have been put in place to guarantee the safety of every visitor:
  • Wearing a mask is compulsory.
  • Disinfectant gel is provided at the entrance and exit.
  • We only accept contactless payments via payconiq or bank transfer.
  • A limited number of people can enter the site per quarter of an hour, so that everyone can keep a maximum distance. This is in full compliance with the current restrictions for events.
  • The game itself is by scanning QR codes and therefore designed to be played contactless.
  • Staff are on site to ensure that all measures are adhered to.