Event Name: Murder Mystery: Death at the Museum
Location: Museum
Event Date: Saturday, 2/11/2023
Event Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Duration: 2 hours
Purchase Deadline: Saturday, 2/11/2023 6:00 PM

Death at the Museum: A Murder Mystery Event

You are invited to the most "so-fish-ticated" gala of the season! JR Hartley, the renowned author, was set to be at the Delaware Museum of Nature and Science to sign his new book, Fly Fishing Revisited.  However, the festivities have been interrupted by murder! As the night progresses, clues will be found, motives will be revealed, and a culprit will be discovered. Dress to impress and use your sleuthing skills to solve this masterpiece murder!

After dinner nibbles will be served. First drink is free for each attendee, and further drinks are available for purchase.

Event is for adults aged 21+ only. Pre-registration required. $50 for DelMNS Members/$65 for non-members.

*Don't have a babysitter for this event? Sign your children aged 5-11 years old up for DelMNS' Parents' Night Off Camp which runs concurrently with the Murder Mystery, and is exclusively reserved for Murder Mystery parents and guardians. $15 for DelMNS members/$20 for non-members.*

February 11, 2023 from 6-8 p.m.


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