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Christmas Murder Mystery: Who The Dickens Killed Charles?

National Justice Museum, High Pavement, The Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1HN
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Christmas Murder Mystery: Who The Dickens Killed Charles?

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Saturday 1 December - sold out
Friday 7 December - sold out
Thursday 13 December
Friday 14 December - sold out
Saturday 15 December

Thursday 20 December
Friday 21 December
​​​​​​Saturday 22 December -  
please refer to National Justice Museum's website above for updated availability.
Venue: National Justice Museum
Tickets: £39.99 per person


You can investigate the death of Charles Dickens, author of  A Christmas Carol, on this festive murder mystery event.

The clues are all there. You can question the suspects: Ebenezer Scrooge, Miss Havisham, Bill Sykes and Nancy. Each of these infamous characters has a motive and your job will be to discover the truth. Tour the museum, pick up the clues as you interview the characters, and build your case to discover the murderer. 

* Arrival drink of mulled wine

* Murder mystery tour

* Three course Christmas meal 

* Music and dancing until midnight

For more information including timings, payment, how to book and more please click on the website link above. 

Opening Times

Christmas Murder Mystery: Who The Dickens Killed Charles? (20 Dec 2018)
Christmas Murder Mystery: Who The Dickens Killed Charles? (21 Dec 2018)
Christmas Murder Mystery: Who The Dickens Killed Charles? (22 Dec 2018)

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