Escape Game History of the Ramer Tower, Ramer Tower Quest. Riga.
Escape Game History of the Ramer Tower, Ramer Tower Quest. Riga.
Escape Game History of the Ramer Tower, Ramer Tower Quest. Riga.

Escape Game History of the Ramer Tower

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Players 2—5 players
Age Age restriction 16+
Time 60 min. to complete
Price 50—70 € per team

About the game History of the Ramer Tower

The Ramer Tower adventure is the first museum quest in Europe and is based on a real legend! The Ramer Tower is one of the two survived towers of the fortress wall, built in the 13th century. Initially, there were 25 towers protecting medieval Riga, a rich and prosperous city, famous meeting point for knights, merchants, and masons. The second tower preserved to our days is the Powder Tower (Latvian: Pulvertornis).

In the 15th - 18th centuries, the Ramer Tower was home to three generations of travelling merchants. According to the legend, they had a mechanism allowing them to forge lucky coins, which, as it was rumoured, brought luck and attracted wealth to its owner. Thanks to this, the merchants accumulated a vast fortune! The last member of the family hid the secret coin machine behind a secret door, leaving it to anyone who will be brave enough to resolve all the puzzles left on the way.

The Spirit of the Ramer Tower invites you to plunge into authentic medieval atmosphere and solve all puzzles, tasks and mysteries of the Tower. Listen to his whispers, notice clues and secret signs. Perhaps, it will be you obtaining the Fortune Coin that brings luck and wealth to adventurers who dare to discover the mysterious Ramer Tower secret!

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Riga, Troksnu street, Riga, Latvia
+371 256 ... Show phone number

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