Calling all swashbucklers and budding seafarers!
Join us for The Extraordinary Voyage, a new immersive adventure game at the National Maritime Museum and the latest game in the Raiders of the Lost Archive series.
|Duration||90 mins (plus briefing)|
|Location||National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London|
|Accessible?||Please contact us for details|
Have you ever wanted to go on a journey of discovery around the world?
The Extraordinary Voyage, is a unique experience that combines mobile games with interactive theatre. Gather your friends and family to become a crew of seafarers, name your ship, meet other adventurers at the museum, and set off to explore the oceans.
You will have 90 minutes in the museum to explore objects from maritime history, solve puzzles, interact with real-life characters and hear their stories, and secure your place in history as prestigious explorers. Along the way, uncover the unique story of your journey through a personalised captain’s log that reflects your actions in the game.
Be the hero of an epic story of nautical endeavours in the beautiful and evocative setting of the National Maritime Museum!
1) Explore the exhibits and solve puzzles
2) Uncover a unique story based on your actions
3) Review your captain's log to decide where to go next
The Story So Far
The Wingback Society, a group of dashing explorers and academics who pride themselves in their witty puns and puzzle-solving skills, has issued a challenge to all nautical adventurers. But who will prove to be the finest team of seafarers? Join your family and friends for this adventure on the seas.
The National Maritime Museum is fully accessible. If you have any accessibility needs, please drop us an email in advance and we'll get it sorted. We'd love to have you come along and we'll do everything we can to accommodate you.
This game is suitable for people aged eight years and over. Children must be accompanied by at least one adult (over 18 years).
Play The Extraordinary Voyage at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. The meeting point is the Leopold Muller Lecture Theatre inside the museum.
All of our clues are in English, and you will need a basic grasp of the language in order to play. You do not need to be fluent, but it does help. Please get in touch if you have any language concerns.
Shall we begin?
Play as a solo captain, in a pair or a team of up to five seafarers. Larger groups can go head-to-head with several teams.