Immerse yourself in the captivating universe of our escape game and get ready for an unforgettable immersive experience. You will find yourself as a prisoner of war, sent to a Stalag in Germany during World War II. In our game entitled "Escape from the Stalag", you will need to show courage, ingenuity and cooperation to escape this hostile environment. Rumors are circulating about a mysterious disciplinary council that determines the fate of prisoners. You will be taken to a cell and informed that you will be tried before this council in an hour. What does this judgment have in store for you? Will you manage to escape the Stalag before the officers come for you? Explore your cell and search for clues left by former prisoners. Use logic, deduction and solving puzzles to find the path to freedom. You will also need to collaborate with other participants to share your findings and develop escape strategies. The countdown is on, and your fate is in your hands. Will you manage to escape the Stalag before it’s too late? Take up the challenge and test your skills in our exciting escape game «Escape from the Stalag».
About the venue
This cultural institution of the City of Limoges illustrates the values of citizens and solidarity carried by the Resistance during the Second World War. Dedicated to all those who have sacrificed themselves to defend the fundamental values of the Republic, its vocation is to bring memory to life by offering a place for teaching and disseminating information, especially for young audiences. Located in the former convent of the Sisters of Providence of the seventeenth and eighteenth century, in the heart of the district of the City, it proposes on 1400 m2 a museum tracing rigorously the historical facts of the Second World War and especially the Resistance, occupation and deportation in the Haute-Vienne. Presented in ten sequences, starting in 1939, this dynamic journey stems from the scientific program developed by Olivier Wieviorka, a national historian and specialist of the Second World War, Pascal Plas, historian specializing in the Second World War in the Centre-West, and Annie Mar