Netzagenten - Die Suche nach dem Hacker

Escape Room Game for School Classes

Netagents – Find the Hacker © Goethe-Institut London
We are delighted to be able to welcome back German classes to visit the Goethe-Institut London to find the anonymous hacker! This game, inspired by escape rooms, will encourage pupils to use their German while boosting detective and teamwork skills.

Equipped with iPads, pupils will become agents on the hunt for an anonymous hacker. The main questions are: Who is the hacker and where are they now? To get to the bottom of this pupils will need to discover hidden clues and solve riddles in the game. Communication and team work are the key to success. The fictitious hunt for the hacker becomes an exciting cultural expedition into the world of young people in Germany.
The topics range from festival culture in Germany to hip-hop, veganism and current sport trends. This game in the format of an escape room is sure to inspire curiosity to discover more about Germany and promotes the fun of learning the German language.

Plan your visit


In the Goethe-Institut London library with big tables, many corners to hide clues and space to move!

The game starts at 10am and lasts between 60-90 minutes. It is not possible to start the game later due to our library opening hours and the time it takes to clear and reset the game. Thank you for your understanding.

The game is for a maximum of 20 people  (excluding accompanying teachers). The students are divided into maximum 5 groups of 3-4 per group.

How we keep you safe at our programmes

No! Our escape rooms for school groups are offered free of charge.

The Escape Room game is suitable for German learners with 3+ years of German. 

Yes! We recommend doing so. If you and your class want to organise a whole day excursion on a weekday, we would recommend the following itinerary after the Netzagenten Escape Room:
Time  Activity
10:00-11:30 Netzagenten Escape Room (90 mins). 

The game starts at 10am. It is not possible to start the game later due to our library opening hours and the time it takes to clear and reset the game. Thank you for your understanding.
11:45-12:45  Prepared German Quiz at one of the surrounding museums (1 hour)

NB. Please check museum opening times before planning your visit. You can book entry tickets directly with the museums.
12:45-14:00 Free time for lunch in South Kensington.

NB. Unfortunately we cannot provide lunch nor a space for your pupils to eat their lunch.
Why not try some German dishes at Stein's Berlin on the ground floor of the Goethe-Institut?  Please check restaurant opening times before planning your visit.
EITHER / OR
14:00-14:45 

14:45-15:10

Young Goethe Ambassador Talk about the benefits of learning German (30-45 mins)

Library Tour (25 mins, Mon-Thur)
AND / OR
14:00-TBC

Film Screening in our cinema (Time: TBC Film)

Please use the following registration form to request a date for the Escape Room and we will get back to you with our availability.

Registration form

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