Treasure Hunt on Bornholm
Treasure Hunt on Bornholm
Treasure Hunt on Bornholm
Treasure Hunt on Bornholm

Treasure Hunt on Bornholm

Go on a treasure hunt around Bornholm while you search for Eskil's Testament; a treasure guarded by The Supreme Council. The treasure hunt takes place in various locations in the nature of Bornholm with tasks for all ages. NB: In Danish or German


Ready, set, go! On a treasure hunt – straight into the world of the Middle Ages!

For over 800 years, Archbishop Eskil’s testament has been missing – until now! New findings indicate that the testament is located right here on Bornholm! But in order for the testament to end up in the right hands, we need the help of a clever and brave family who is ready to go on a treasure hunt for the parts and collect them for us. Is that family yours?

The treasure hunt is a fun way to experience Bornholm for both young and old. The testament’s 24 document are scattered across 12 locations on Bornholm, so you get plenty of opportunities to experience the island while you solve the mystery. And the best part is that you can do the treasure hunt at your own pace and only be with those you want.

The treasure hunt contains tasks and puzzles for both young and old; easy tasks for the youngest, slightly more difficult tasks for the older and more complicated tasks for the oldest. This way, everybody gets a chance to help solve the tasks – each bringing you one step closer to solving the mystery of Eskil’s Testament!

You have one week to solve the mystery, but it typically takes 2-3 days. The treasure hunt begins and ends at Bornholms Middelaldercenter (The Medieval Centre of Bornholm) in Østerlars on Stangevej 1, Østerlars, Gudhjem.

At the start, you will be given a backpack with a task book and several tools you’ll need along the way. The backpack is to be returned when the treasure hunt ends.

The ticket to The Treasure Hunt gives free access to Bornholms Middelaldercenter during the entire period of the treasure hunt (one week, within normal opening hours)

NB: The Treasure Hunt is available in Danish or German.

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