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Bruges Interactive City Game
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Bruges Interactive City Game

Combine your love of escape rooms and sightseeing during a 2- to 3-hour scavenger hunt across Bruges. The exciting game is perfect for friend groups who love a challenge or travelers looking for an alternative tour experience. Different clues and assignments will be sent to your phone to take you past some of the Bruges' most popular landmarks. Compete against other teams or enjoy the game at a leisurely pace.
US$33.30 per adult
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Petra S wrote a review May 2015
Siofok, Hungary25 contributions9 helpful votes
We bought Brugge museum card and it contained the Sound Factory too. It is an amazing place!!! You can make music by computer, and there is a round machine you only must touch it and it gives various sounds. We spent here more than 1,5 hour. Everybody have to visit this place!
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felineluckypunk wrote a review Dec 2014
Linton, United Kingdom851 contributions127 helpful votes
This was free with the city card and well worth the 40 mins we spent there. Firstly the view from the top (7th floor) is impressive in that you can see all of Bruges centre looking eastwards from here. There are some bells to play with also. Lower down there are also some odd things to play about with to make music. Would think that kids would particularly enjoy it although it might drive the adults mad!
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Date of experience: December 2014
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Amy H wrote a review Jul 2014
London, United Kingdom40 contributions8 helpful votes
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We visited with our 6 year old daughter (our 7 month old wasn't massively interested!) and she really enjoyed it (we went round twice!) The bells on the top floor were quite fun and the view from up there is spectacular (albeit obscured slightly by the external detailing on the Concertgebouw) with lots of information about the different landmarks you can see. On a clear day you can see all the way out to Zeebrugge. Heading down from the top floor there were a few other installations - namely a large round piece with ceramic tiles attached which made a variety of different sounds and loops which you could play together (although, the children were more interested in hitting all the tiles at speed so we didn't quite get the full effect!) I couldn't seem to get the other exhibit to work but a gentleman before me was having great fun in there! The iMacs were a little lost on us to be honest and only really worth it if you have a working knowledge of GarageBand. Overall it killed 30-45 minutes out of the heat as we were struggling to find much to entertain our daughter - the breeze on the top floor was most welcome!
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Date of experience: July 2014
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muir2000 wrote a review Mar 2013
Hasland, United Kingdom227 contributions69 helpful votes
Perhaps many people aren't that into sound, hence the low reviews on here but if you are, I think you will find it very enjoyable indeed. Me and my partner happened upon it as we were browsing for places to see at the Information centre in the Markt and this popped up. My partner is a musician so we were intrigued, if a little put off by the advertising featuring mainly kids playing with the exhibits. Upon arrival we were told we could not pay with card so we had to dash across the square to get cash and back again. Upon second arrival, the friendly gentleman told us we could have a 4 euro reduction as one of the installations was not in use due to a concert going on elsewhere in the building. This made it just 10euros for the both of us and was well worth it. We had a play with everything and the 'Omni' especially is amazing fun, ceramic plates you touch to create sounds (and you can program it to play the sounds you want, choral, beats, electronic). Playing with everything made us rather late for our coach so we had a mad dash across Bruges trying to find the station.
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Date of experience: March 2013
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Ioana A wrote a review Dec 2012
Bucharest, Romania158 contributions41 helpful votes
We really weren't that interested in this attraction to start with, but as it was included in our Brugge City Card we decided to give it a go. With no other reduction the etry costs 6 euro for an adult and it really doesn't offer you anything but a nice view over the city and a couple (literrally) of gadgets meant to play some sounds. We were done in no more than 10-15 minutes. You start on the roof playing some bells and then you go on the fifth floor where there are some digital piano keyboards (that are really hard to use) and a two other installations. There are other much more interesting things to see in Brugge and I therefore strongly suggest to avoid this one.
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Date of experience: December 2012
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