City Game Frankfurt

City Game Frankfurt

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Go to "Secrets of Frankfurt"

Secrets of Frankfurt

Explore the city with the Secrets of Frankfurt Exploration Game! Delve into the city by answering questions, solving riddles, and uncovering the hidden gems of this vibrant city. The game will guide you to the most distinctive locations, and educate you on the interesting facts about its landmarks as you wander through the city.

Secrets of Exploration Game
Go to "The Frankfurt Syndicate"

The Frankfurt Syndicate

Play The Frankfurt Syndicate, our newest City Escape Game! Can you recover the stolen formulas in exchange for your freedom? Escape before it's too late!

The Syndicate City Escape Game
Go to "Sherlock Holmes Frankfurt"

Sherlock Holmes Frankfurt

Discover Frankfurt with the fun and exciting Sherlock Holmes City Game! Can you solve the murder of Balthazar?

Sherlock Holmes Murder Mystery

City Game Frankfurt

Discover Frankfurt like never before with City Games Frankfurt. Our games take you to places you would never discover on your own. Learn fun facts about the city or step out of your comfort zone. Take on challenges with a small group of friends and family or head into the city for a company activity. Everything is possible with a City Game!

Frankfurt is known as the financial heart of Germany, but it has so much more to offer. The financial German capital is notorious for its skyscrapers, one of them being the Main Tower. It has a public viewing platform, where the whole city can be viewed from up top.

If you are interested in literature, you probably know Goethe. He was one of the most popular German poets, novelists, and even scientists. Therefore, Frankfurt hosts his museum in the same building he was born in.

Medieval enthusiast? Römerberg is the main square in Frankfurt, which is filled with medieval houses. Nowadays, these houses host restaurants and cafés on their ground floor, which are big attractions for tourists. In the centre, you can observe the Renaissance Fountain of Justice and on the opposite side, the Old St. Nicholas Church.

On the other hand, Palmengarten could take your mind to an exotic-arranged zone. However, it is actually a botanical garden that showcases a worldwide variety of plants. For an occasional twist, the world's oldest open-air jazz festival is held here.

Lastly, Old Sachsenhausen is a district that used to be a separate village from the actual city of Frankfurt. Today Sachsenhausen is an instagrammable spot for plenty of tourists.

During our City Games, we try to show you as much as possible of what the city has to offer.

Looking for a place to stay after playing a City Game in Frankfurt? 

After you've played one of our great City Games in Frankfurt, it's time to rest. This city has a wide range of hotels

Discover like a local 

Want to get the most out of your trip to Frankfurt? Take a look at our blog: Things to do in Frankfurt. After reading this blog you will know which gems to visit for the ultimate experience.