April 6 to June 2, 2024

The game

In preparation for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, the Centre Pompidou, the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay, the Musée de l’Orangerie and the Musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac have been studying a manuscript written by the founder of the modern Games, Pierre de Coubertin. The document contains five enigmatic secret sentences.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to help each museum find the meaning of its secret sentence with the help of our sleuthing team!


Discover the prizes to be won !

Show tickets, board games, tote bags, sports bags, mascots, books, art posters and over 200 other prizes (key rings, souvenir medals, pins, mugs, etc.) donated by the five museums and the Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The complete list of prizes draw is listed in the game's regulations.

Meet our team of sleuths

Céleste, Léonard, Martine, Adam, William, Mélodie, Omer and Meg took up the five-museum challenge.

Only thing is, everyone thinks they've decoded the manuscript. But only one has the right answer.

Help us decide.

Game rules

Your aim is to discover which sleuth has found the right secret sentence!

You'll have seven challenges to complete.

Each challenge in the game is associated with a work of art: you need to be facing it to complete the game. When you come face to face with a work, look in the booklet for the corresponding instructions and take up its challenge: the right answer allows you to disqualify one of the sleuths on the last page of the booklet.

In the end, you'll be left with just one: he's the one with the right answer! Make a note of his number and drop your entry form in the ballot box located at the reception desk of each museum, to be entered in the draw.

The easy-to-learn riddles are based on a variety of mechanics that challenge participants' sense of observation, logic and creativity.

Stamp your passport to follow your progress from museum to museum.

A final riddle awaits the brave sleuths who successfully complete all five courses.