In the footsteps of Arsène Lupin, at the Palais Garnier
Category : Hotel Corona Rodier
The Opéra Garnier must be one of the most famous monuments of the capital, thanks to its architecture as well as the shows it welcomes. So why not going to discover the famous Palais Garnier through a brand new immersive and fascinating game.
The Palais Garnier, located only 15 minutes walking from our hotel, is a true architectural gem. Ordered by the emperor Napoléon III, the palace was inaugurated in 1875 after a architecture contest won by Charles Garnier who designed and imagined it as a high place of worldly and bourgeois sociability. The only noteworthy change which has been added to the building is the last decades has been the painting of the concert hall ceiling, ordered by the Minister of Culture, André Malraux, to the famous painter, Marc Chagall, in 1964.
So what better way to discover all the secrets of Arsène Lupin than with an immersive game where you can walk in his footsteps? In the skin of the famous gentleman burglar, look for clues inside the palace and try to solve the mystery of the secret of Cagliosto. The rotunda, the great staircase, the auditorium, the great hallway... You will cross all those emblematic rooms of the building, while believing yourself in a kind of escape game. An experience rich in emotions that you won't forget !
Are you ready to go? Book your ticket via the official website.
The experience lasts about 1H30
Prices : 28 euros full price / 25 euros reduced price / 20 euros children from 5 to 15 years old
Palais Garnier, place de l'Opéra, 75009 Paris
Metro : Opéra (3, 7 and 8), Chaussée d'Antin - La Fayette (7 and 9), Madeleine (8 and 14)
RER : Auber (RER A)
Bus : 20, 21, 22, 27, 29, 42, 52, 66, 68, 81, 95
Photos : Amandine Goetz