Solve a cryptic crime at the Maritime Museum’s ‘Murder Mystery at Sea’

Solve a cryptic crime at the Maritime Museum’s ‘Murder Mystery at Sea’
Image: Photo: Maritime Museum/Cassandra Hannagan.

The Australian National Maritime Museum is set to host a thrilling ‘Murder Mystery at Sea’ event that will transport attendees back in time to the golden age of ocean liners. “Murder Mystery at Sea” is a unique and interactive experience that takes place on board a replica of a 1920s steamship- Australia’s largest museum vessel (complete with a spooky name), the HMAS Vampire.

The event is scheduled to take place over two weekends, from Thursday April 13 to Saturday April 15, and from Wednesday April 19 to Saturday April 22. There are two sessions available each evening, with a family-friendly session at 5:30 pm recommended for families with children aged 8 and above, and an adult 18+ session at 7:00 pm.

Become a detective for a weekend

Photo: Maritime Museum.

The evening promises to be filled with adventure and intrigue as guests become detectives and work to solve a thrilling murder mystery plot inspired by an unsolved maritime mystery. Attendees will gather clues, interview suspects, and piece together evidence to solve the crime.

The atmospheric and engaging environment will be enhanced by a talented cast of actors to bring the story to life. The immersive experience includes exploring the ship, interacting with the characters, and enjoying a three-course meal and drinks.

The event is perfect for those who love a good mystery and enjoy immersing themselves in a fictional world. It’s an excellent opportunity to experience something truly unique and memorable in Sydney. Whether you come alone or with friends, “Murder Mystery at Sea” promises to be a night full of fun and excitement.

“Murder Mystery at Sea” is an excellent opportunity to step out of your comfort zone and try something new! The interactive experience is perfect for those looking to do something different for a night out.

Tickers for Murder Mystery at Sea cost $49 for adults and $22 for kids, and are available here

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