Escape Rallies

Explore the Plains through riddles and challenges!

The Plains of Abraham Museum offers you three escape games of a new kind to dive into the history of this mythical place: The Challenge of the Great Wars, The Masters Tournament and The Forgotten Ones.

"It was really great! Makes us workout and learn new things!"

"Pretty good puzzles and a fun outdoor time with my family"

 

The escape rallies are created in partnership with 

The Challenge of the Great Wars
The Masters Tournament  New
The Forgotten Ones  New
Important Informations

 

The Challenge of the Great Wars

Explore the Plains of Abraham with a military backpack following the steps of soldier, poet and chaplain Frederick George Scott. In under 105 minutes, solve mysteries, unlock the contents of the backpack and face challenges while discovering how two world wars marked the history of the park.

April 23 to August 19, 2021.

  • Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes (timed activity);
  • $45 per group (ideal for a group of 3 to 4 people, maximum 6 people)*;
  • Ideal for participants aged 10 and older;
  • Outdoor activity, departure from the Plains of Abraham Museum;
  • Material provided: backpack, military equipment (rope, bottle, medals, etc.), booklet with clues and various items for the riddles;
  • Online reservation required.

* Subject to government directives in effect. 

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The Masters Tournament  New

This is our latest challenge with an athletic twist. Roam the Plains with your golf bag full of locks and sports equipment. Face physical tests related to golf, hockey, football and more. Solve the mysteries within 105 minutes. Who knows? Maybe you'll win the cup!

May 14 to September 26, 2021.

  • Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes (timed activity);
  • $45 per group (ideal for a group of 3 to 4 people, maximum 6 people)*;
  • Ideal for participants aged 10 and older;
  • Outdoor activity, departure from the Plains of Abraham Museum;
  • Material provided: golf bag, sport equipment (hockey, ski, skates, racket, ball, etc.), scorecard and various items for the riddles;
  • Online reservation required.

* Subject to government directives in effect. 

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The Forgotten Ones  New

This activity requires a good physical condition*.

What happened to the witnesses to the siege of Québec in 1759-1760 that we seem to have lost track of? Their past is under lock and key in a wheelbarrow. Roam the battlefield and within 105 minutes, collect pieces of the puzzle and learn about the history of the forgotten ones.

August 20 to October 11, 2021.

  • Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes (timed activity);
  • $45 per group (ideal for a group of 3 to 4 people, maximum 6 people)**;
  • Ideal for participants aged 10 and older;
  • Outdoor activity, departure from the Plains of Abraham Museum;
  • Material provided: wheelbarrow, period items (flags, playing cards, boxes, lantern, powder horn, etc.), old maps and various items for the riddles;
  • Online reservation required.

* Carrying an antique wheelbarrow and its content, on the rugged terrain of the plains of Abraham, requires a constant and sustained effort. A good physical condition is necessary to do the activity.
** Subject to government directives in effect. 

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Important informations

  • Pick up the material for your activity 15 minutes before start time, at the Plains of Abraham Museum (835 Wilfrid-Laurier Avenue), with proof of purchase;
  • A $100 credit card preauthorization will be required in order to leave with the bag;
  • Fees will be deducted from the pre-authorized amount if items from the bag are not returned and if the bag is returned late. Penalty fee for late returning of the bag: $5 per 15 minutes;
  • Appropriate clothing for the weather and walking shoes are recommended;
  • The activity is non-refundable unless cancelled by the National Battlefields Commission.

COVID-19: we are counting on your cooperation and compliance with all health measures in effect at the time of your activity on the Plains of Abraham, especially the 2 metres distancing and face covering, so that we can continue to offer activities in a safe way!