Credit: © Conny Koob

The Upper Sûre Nature Park has announced a new escape room, launched in collaboration with local NGO Fairtrade Lëtzebuerg.

The escape room will run in Esch-sur-Sûre until Friday 3 May 2024. The story revolves around a seventeen-year-old girl who finds a chest in her grandmother's attic in which many clues are hidden which indicate that her grandmother once worked in the drapery (cloth factory) of Esch-sur-Sûre.

The Nature Park added that visitors to the escape room would embark on a journey of discovery, during which they would also "learn interesting things about the textile sector in a fun way". The activity lasts approximately 40 minutes and is suitable for adults as well as families with children aged eight and over. Entry costs €5 per child and €10 per adult. The escape room is available in German, French and English.

The escape room is only accessible upon registration. Registrations are accepted via email: or via tel.: 899331-1. Further details concerning dates and times are available online at

This project is carried out as part of the "Rethink Your Clothes" campaign which is implemented on mandate from Luxembourg Cooperation, in collaboration with Fairtrade Lëtzebuerg and Caritas Luxembourg. The objectives of this campaign for Fairtrade Lëtzebuerg are to raise awareness among the general public about the challenges of the clothing industry and to promote fair production that respects human rights and the environment.