20,000 Leagues is a deep sea, Victorian era sci-fi adventure culminating in one of the most advanced finales 5 Wits has ever built!
An ordinary trip to the museum takes a turn for the strange when your tour group discovers a long-lost secret. Previously thought to be a work of fiction, Captain Nemo’s fabled Nautilus submarine suddenly becomes very, very real. Exploring the abandoned wreck of the once mighty submarine, things take a dark turn when you realize Nemo isn’t the only mythical figure that turned out to be real… something else is lurking in the depths, and if you aren’t careful, you just might become its prey!
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YOUR ADVENTURE AWAITS
5 WITS 20,000 LEAGUES SECRETS
5 Wits does not recommend trying to uncover secrets on your first time playing 20,000 Leagues
20,000 Leagues contains secrets and hidden details, which are meant to be appreciated on repeat trips through the adventure. If you haven’t yet visited 20,000 Leagues, DON’T check out the hints below – your first trip through the adventure should be a complete and total surprise! If you’re looking to enjoy a repeat trip through the adventure, take a look below.
YOUR JOURNEY FORESHADOWED
Two items outside the Jules Verne Nautical Museum betray the fate that awaits visitors, both in plaque/sign form on the exterior facade.
In the museum, you will notice a badly damaged photo of Jules Verne on the museum grounds shaking hands with an unknown person. Keep your eyes peeled later in the adventure, and you’ll spot the second half of that same photo, revealing the identity of Verne’s mystery guest.
MOBILIS IN MOBILI
The motto “mobilis in mobili” appears several times in the attraction. Those who have read 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea may remember that as the Latin motto of the Nautilus, meaning “motion within motion.”
Throughout the attraction, Nemo’s recordings will be played on vintage-looking wax cylinders labeled “Edison.” As it turns out, they aren’t just vintage-looking – they’re the real deal, not props or recreations.