Mystery Walk: The Curious Case of the Corgi’s Collar

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Available all summer.

The Curious Case of the Corgi’s Collar

During her visit to Westmount in 1959, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s beloved Corgi escaped its handler and ran away! The dog was eventually found… but without the priceless ruby and diamond collar it had been wearing. Follow the clues around the City to get it back!

Interactive Walks are games designed to give players the opportunity to have fun outdoors. From the start location, use your smartphone to read the story and solve the riddles based on what you see around you. Follow the clues to different locations around Westmount and see your city in a whole new light!

For older kids, families, and the young at heart!

Starting point: Queen Elizabeth Gardens at the corner of Sherbrooke Street and Wood Avenue (4333 Sherbrooke Street). Your endpoint is the Victoria Hall Community Centre, roughly 1.7 kilometres to the west.

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Created by Sarah Lolley, NDG Interactive Walks and Mailbox Missions –

Information: 514 989-5226 or