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In Search for Invader’s Street Art Mosaics

Quartier du Pont Neuf - 75001

In Search for Invader’s Street Art Mosaics

Interactive Visit with Optional Workshop

50.00 / Person
6 People max
1h30 Durée
6 ans

Qu'est ce qu'on fait pendant In Search for Invader’s Street Art Mosaics ?

A Fun-Filled Interactive Adventure.

This game, exclusively created for our service, takes places few steps from the iconic bridge “Pont Neuf”.

The goal is simple: Save the city from the invaders!  Participants will have 1 hour and a half to find 15 monsters hidden in the streets.

Ready to save Paris from this invasion?


An Optional Family-Friendly Activity.

The cherry on the cake: if you want to become a Street Artist, you can ask for the option Street Art Workshop. After the game, by choosing this option, you will have the opportunity to learn how to make Street Art on a Skateboard deck.

Pourquoi on aime In Search for Invader’s Street Art Mosaics ?

Nowadays, more than 1100 mosaics have been dispatched in Paris. Not only, you can find many as well in Tokyo, Bangkok, London, Roma, New York, Los Angeles…

Those mosaics, made by Invader, are representation of aliens from the famous video game: Space Invader. There are also Pacman, Mario, Bubble Bobble and many other characters from video games represented by this Street Artist.


We offer a funny and interactive way to discover Invader’s mosaics and to explore the center of Paris.

Good to know

  • Fun packed-orientation game
  • A professional and fully licensed private guide
  • Discovery of the Parisian streets and Invader Mosaics near an emblematic bridge: "Pont Neuf"


Comment on y va ?

Quartier du Pont Neuf - 75001

Pont Neuf

75001 Paris


Line 1, station Louvre Rivoli

Line 7, station Pont Neuf



Bus 21, 67, 69, 72, 74, 76, 81, 85

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