It was 26 May 1828. A teenager was wandering the streets of Nuremberg. He could not walk or talk properly, but the shrivelled note in his hand told him that he was Kaspar Hauser. It was not long before a professor took care of him. He discovered that Kaspar was a clever boy with exceptional talents. The people of Nuremberg thought it was very interesting and the boy soon became known as the "Living Legend" and "Child of Europe".
The stories circulating about Kaspar were becoming more and more lively. He was said to be an imposter, a fantasist, and also... an illegitimate child of the House of Baden. And then there was the threatening letter: 'Get out of here or we will come and get you'. Kaspar's brain was working overtime. From whom could this letter be? Was it a joke? He decided he could not stay in town any longer and quickly packed his things. He had heard the Professor talking about a secret exit from the city. That would be the perfect opportunity to get away unseen. But where could he find it...
Escape the city
Just like Kaspar, you will search for the secret exit from Nuremberg. You will take a beautiful walk through the city, through narrow streets and past centuries-old buildings. By means of questions, assignments and cryptic clues you will learn more and more about Kaspar and his frantic attempt to escape. Will you be able to solve the mystery within 2 hours? The search starts at the Pfannenschmiedsgasse, good luck!