enfants château © José Crespo

Château Mystery Quiz

For a school trip, club or family outing, Aigle Château has come up with an entertaining quiz which enables children to learn all about the rich history of Aigle’s prime monument whilst having fun at the same time. It’s not only the children who benefit ; adults too enjoy solving the mystery quiz.

Thanks to a formula which has a dozen questions adapted to particular age groups, kids can experience an interactive visit to Aigle Château. Passing from one room to another they will need to show excellent powers of observation in order to complete the quiz.

What are those motifs painted on the sentry box ? How many Bernese bears figure on the coats of arms in Governors Hall ? Powers of deduction, imagination and teamwork are needed by one and all.

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