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Museums at Night 2017 - Whodunnit?

National Justice Museum, High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HN
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Museums at Night 2017 - Whodunnit?

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Friday 19 May 2017 from 7-9pm
Venue: National Justice Museum
Age range: 16-17, 18+
Price: Tickets £16.50

As part of Museums at Night the National Justice Museum are going to have a murderous evening at the museum for a special discounted price.

Tickets £16.50 - to include a glass of wine or soft drink (regular price £19.95).

The evening will begin with a glass of wine (or soft drink option) in the Shire Hall where you will hear about the evening's mysterious murder investigation. Then you will visit the murkiest depths of the prison below to collect clues and speak to the suspects. There will be a short interval break so you can steady your nerves, before you decide who is responsible for the crime. Will you discover Whodunnit? Over 16s only.

To book online please click on the website link above. 

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