Sherlock Holmes and the Clocktower Mystery
Opening May 25, 2013
A terrible crime has been committed and Victorian London's most celebrated detective needs your help to find out "whodunit"! Test your powers of observation and deductive reasoning. You’ll need a thinking cap to solve this baffling thriller.
• Detective Guides
• A map and space to record clues and suspects
• Interactive consultation
The Clocktower Mystery is presented in eight chapters, each representing a different location. Movement through the exhibit is sequential. Each Chapter contains between 200- 400 words. Detective Guides will be handed out to all who enter the exhibit. The guide contains a map and space to record clues and suspects. As visitors enter the exhibit, they find themselves transported back in time. The sights, sounds, and smells of turn-of-the-century London greet them at every turn.
Once visitors feel that they have the name of the murderer or have reached the final chapter, they find themselves at the door that leads to a study. In the study, there is an interactive consultation with one of the characters of the story. Visitors are questioned about their conclusions, and the mystery is solved in a dramatic finale.
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