ESCAPE GAME AT THE FORT OF ST.HELEN'S ISLAND
Try to escape from internment Camp S/43 on St. Helen’s Island!
Relive a little-known episode of Montreal’s history during the Second World War. From 1940 to 1943, the Fort of St. Helen’s Island held 400 Italian merchant seamen and civilians as prisoners of war.
The Stewart Museum invites you to participate with family and friends in a new escape game. You’ll suddenly find yourself locked in one of the rooms in Camp S/43! To escape, you’ll have to look for clues, bribe the camp guards, and find keys and a map for the tunnel. May the best team win!
Before the escape game session, take part in an introduction about the history of the internment Camp S/43 on St. Helen's Island.
Every other Saturday at 11 a.m. (French), 1 p.m. (English) and 3 p.m. (French)
A $5 deposit per person will be required to book the session. You will have to pay the remaining fees on the day of your visit at the Museum.In English
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In French 👉 Click here to reserve your place
ADMISSION FEES (with exhibition access)
Student 13-30 years old: $17
Family: $40 2
Children between 9 and 12 years old: Free 3
McCord Museum members : $9,50
1 Please, arrive at the Admission 15 minutes before the session.
2 1 adult and 4 children OR 2 adults and 3 children
3 Children under 9 years old won't be able to take part in the activity. Until the age of 15 years old, children have to be accompanied by an adult.
45 minutes to 1 hour
Maximum : 12 players
Minimum : 6 players
Reservations of less than 6 people are accepted but participants will be gathered with another group of 5 players or less. The Museum can't guarantee that the activity will take place for groups of less than 6 players in total.
Please note that children under 9 years old won't be able to take part in the activity and they have to be accompanied by an adult until the age of 15 years old.
The Stewart Museum is a perfect place for your team building events. Our escape game, Prisoners of Camp S/43, requieres teamwork, communication and leadership. It is a great way for people to learn to work together and appreciate each other's talents.