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"Les Chenapans" scavenger hunt in Neuchâtel

  • Category
    • Urban visits
    Urban visits
  • Place
    • Neuchâtel
    Place

Book your tickets for an exciting family scavenger hunt! Grab the kids by the hand and follow the clues around the old town of Neuchâtel.

Set off in search of the Belle Epoque frescoes scattered around the historic heart of Neuchâtel. There are riddles, discoveries and surprises for the whole family all along the way. The smartest participants will be rewarded with a small surprise!

Book your tickets in advance and collect the material on the day of your scavenger hunt at the Neuchâtel tourist office. Opening hours are:

January to June and September to December

Monday to Friday : 9am – 12pm / 1.30pm – 5.30pm
Saturday : 9am – 12pm

July and August

Monday – Friday : 9am – 6.30pm
Saturday : 9am – 4pm
Sunday : 10am – 4pm

Included services
Included services

Scavenger hunt "Les Chenapans"

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  • Conditions / supplements
    • The visit has to be purchased at the tourism office of Neuchâtel during opening hours
    • Deposit for the material : CHF 20.- per group
    • Attention: the material must also be returned to the tourist office during opening hours. Outside these hours, an arrangement can be made. Please do not hesitate to contact us
    • For schools and groups: reservations are required at the tourist office (by email or telephone)
  • Meeting place
    • Tourist office, Place du Port 2, Neuchâtel
  • Duration
    • 2 hours -2 hours 30
  • Language
    • English / French / German
On site
On site
  • Accessibility
    • Suitable for families
  • Services
    • Suitable for groups
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"Les Chenapans" scavenger hunt in Neuchâtel
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Story | While looking for a family activity, I discovered the Les Chenapans treasure hunt in Neuchâtel totally by chance. We were delighted to take up this challenge involving tricky riddles, large frescoes scattered across the city and even an old tramway, which plunged us into the beauties of the Belle Époque.