The Murder at the Museum of Natural History Scavenger Hunt

by Nikki Doyle | October 12, 2017 12:26 am

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It’s time for a whodunnit scavenger hunt with Watson Adventures! Bringing you the coolest opportunities to discover local treasures while solving a mystery, Watson Adventures has a murder on their hands, and they need your help!

Wannabe crime solvers can purchase tickets to participate in “The Murder at the Museum of Natural History Scavenger Hunt[2],” a unique event that allows individuals to explore the Museum of Natural History while trying to catch a murderer who killed one of their own! This public scavenger hunt draws adults and children, all trying to find out details of the victim’s dangerous double life while traveling through the museum, reaching places like China, Africa, the Ice Age, and more! Everyone is a suspect, and everything is a clue!

Watson Adventures advises that this is one of their more challenging hunts, and they recommend teaming up with groups of three or more people, though a typical hunt can consist of teams made up of 2-6 players. Children 10-years-old and up, along with adults, are invited to explore and rediscover the Museum of Natural History during this 2.5-hour trek.

While admission to the Museum of Natural History is always free, interested scavenger hunt participants should purchase their tickets online[3]. This particular hunt is offered at various times throughout the year, so check out the calendar and purchase your tickets now.

Upcoming dates include:

November 4, 2017 (at the American History Museum)
November 18, 2017 (at the National Gallery of Art)
December 9, 2017

This Scavenger Hunt will be held at the National Museum of Natural History, located at 10th St. & Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20560.

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