Visits & activities

Murder Mystery Teambuilding

Brussels, 1521. During festivities at Coudenberg Palace, an important person dies in strange circumstances. Centuries later, ghosts now haunt the remains of the palace.
What if there was a mystery to be solved? Would you dare to plunge underground to discover the truth?

Presentation

The Murder Mystery is a teambuilding activity taking place in the remains of Coudenberg Palace in the heart of Brussels, under the Place Royale. For one evening, come and discover this unique place through an exciting investigation full of twists and turns and colourful characters.
Combining reflection, observation and teamwork, this is the ideal activity for teambuilding!

Practical information

Where?

At Coudenberg Palace, an archaeological site located under Place Royale, in Brussels (entrance from 10 Place Royale).

Car parks, numerous public transport and train station nearby.

Attention: access impossible for people with reduced mobility.

When?

The activity can be booked every Tuesday and Thursday (except public holidays) from 5pm to 8.30pm.

It is requested to book the activity at least one month in advance.

How?

Players are divided into groups and organised according to arrival shifts every ten minutes.

After a briefing with the game master, they have 2.5 hours to explore the site and discover its secrets!

To do so, they must collect clues and testimonials using QR codes scattered throughout the remains.

The activity is designed to accommodate a maximum of 100 people per evening.

How much?

Less than 50 people
Fixed price of 400 € for the privatization of the site to which a fee of 20 € per person must be added

More than 50 people
Fixed price of 600 € for the privatization of the site to which a fee of 20 € per person must be added

Languages

English, French and Dutch

EN, FR and NL subtitles available for deaf and hard of hearing people.

Coudenberg Palace has been closely following government recommendations since the beginning of the VIDOC-19 crisis.Several hygiene measures have been put in place to make this activity "corona-safe".

Info and reservation