Pittsburgh January 31, 2020
Solve A Murder Mystery In That’s Like A Real Life Game Of Clue At The Omni William Penn In Pittsburgh
Okay, all of you armchair detectives and watchers of true crime shows and hour-long crime dramas. Here’s your chance to put your crime-solving skills to the test and to impress everyone in the room at this interactive event in Pittsburgh, a murder mystery dinner. Solve the crime before anyone else, and earn unlimited bragging rights (and even some prizes).
Show off your crime-solving skills; dig into a delicious dinner, and have a blast at The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery at the Omni William Penn Hotel.
Billed as "America's largest interactive murder mystery comedy dinner show," The Dinner Detective lasts for three hours and includes a four-course meal.
Bring your sense of humor to this fun, interactive event. Be prepared, too, as the show does feature some blackouts, loud (fake) gunshots, and prop guns.
Arrive on time or a few minutes early, so you don't miss a minute of the action. The action, in fact, takes place the entire three hours. Keep an eye out for clues to who committed the crime.
During the action, you'll be treated to a four-course meal, which includes appetizers, a house salad, an entree, and dessert. (Special diets, such as gluten-free and vegan, can be accommodated.)
Guests can participate in the action, but it isn't required. You can even pay a bit more to have one of the members of your party act as one of the crime's prime suspects.
Here are a few things you should know before you book your ticket. Guests must be at least 15 years old.
early as shows tend to sell out very quickly. Guests are required to dress in business or dressy casual attired. T-shirts, shorts, and hats are prohibited.
Click here for the official website of The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Dinner Show. Or, go here for Facebook.
Have you ever been to an interactive event in Pittsburgh — like this murder mystery dinner? Join the conversation in the comments! Speaking of mysteries, have you heard of the real-life mystery of
The Lost Air Force B25 Plane in the Monongahela River?
Address: 530 William Penn Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15219, USA