The story line of Escape outdoor game will be based on a local legend in Antwerp that there was once a villainous giant named Druon Antigoon who demanded a toll from those crossing the Scheldt River. So, Druon Antigoon took up position on the bridge and took it upon himself to issue tolls to people trying to cross this river.
If people paid, then all was fine; they could cross. If they were unable to or refused to pay, then Druon Antigoon would cut off their hand and throw it into the river.
This went on and on until one day, a Roman soldier by the name of Silvius Brabo arrived. When he heard of the story, he confronted Druon Antigoon and—in a shocking twist—killed the giant and cut off his hand, throwing that into the river instead!
During this ArtEscape Outdoor Room participants will discover this myth by themselves, find Brabo and even a hand of Druon Antigoon through solving challenges and tasks on their route.
Steenplein 21, 2000 Antwerpen, Belgium