### No. 1

1.

Look at the multi-colored glass panes in the 3 large windows in the upper right corner of the puzzle.

2.

Each color occurs only once per row and per column.

3.

In each window one color pane is missing. Looking at other areas of the puzzle picture. Find a number that corresponds to the missing color.

Solution

The windowpanes consist of 5 different colors. Each color may only appear once per column and per row. The missing color panes are the ones you are looking for. In the first window the red is missing, in the second window the yellow is missing and in the third window the light blue is missing. The colored lights on the wall show a number in their shadows. Red = 5, yellow = 3 and light blue = 2. The solution is 532.

### No. 2

1.

Look at the vertical banner in the archway above the stairs.

2.

These body parts belong to certain animals.

3.

Find the number that belongs to each animal.

Solution

The banner shows the skull of a dinosaur, a shark tooth and the antlers of a deer. Find the numbers on the small exhibit signs near each animal. The dinosaur = 9, the shark = 4 and the deer = 6. The solution is 946.

### No. 3

1.

Look at the glass case in the bottom-middle of the puzzle.

2.

Find what era the exhibits are from.

3.

Find the exhibits in the scenes shown in the background to find the numbers you need!

Solution

The artifacts are a medieval knight's helmet, an Egyptian sarcophagus, and a Stone Age spear. These can be found in the scenes shown under the stone arches. The medieval knight's helmet = 5, the Egyptian sarcophagi = 3 and the Stone Age = 9. The solution is 539.

### No. 4

1.

Look at the fossils on display.

2.

In each row one fossil is different from the others.

3.

Note their position in the display case.

Solution

In the top row of ammonites, the third fossil is different from the other two. The middle bone in the second row is different from the other two. In the bottom row of trilobites, the middle fossil is different from the other two. Their positions in the display are numbered. The solution is 358.

### No. 5

1.

Look at the wall drawings above the arches.

2.

Which era do the scenes come from?

3.

Match the 4 drawings to the scenes under the stone arches!

Solution

The 4 wall drawings are from 4 different eras. The first one from the left shows cave paintings, so it is from the Stone Age. The second one shows hieroglyphics from the Egyptian era. The third shows a text from the Middle Ages and the fourth drawing shows a technical construction plan from the Industrial Age. The numbering of the scenes gives the solution 9350.

### No. 6

1.

Look at the 4 aquatic animals in the display.

2.

Their colors mean something. There is a plus sign in the middle of the case.

3.

Find the value of their colors with the help of the colored lights and calculate!

Solution

The colors of the 4 animals correspond to the colored wall lights numbered 5, 8, 2 and 0. Add them together to find the solution 5+8+2+0 = 15.