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Whodunnit? Join the murder mystery fun at Vizcaya via Zoom

This virtual program has since sold out. But you can go to the site and sign up for the waitlist to be the first to be notified if new tickets or dates become available. Thanks!

Remember playing the board game Clue?

The creative minds at Vizcaya Museum & Gardens have concocted a virtual Murder Mystery event reminiscent of the game. It takes place July 30 at 7 p.m. via Zoom; click here to register. Cost is $15 per person. Those with the best theory win a membership for two.

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Here are details:

  • Participants will be paired in teams of eight
  • You’ll have one clue, a two-sentence statement about a particular woman taken from a document found in Vizcaya’s 1917 archives
  • The object is to formulate a story about the subject and the circumstances surrounding her situation

That’s all we’ll tell you, you can find out the rest when you register.

Things to remember when you’re registering:

  • E-mail rebecca.peterson@vizcaya.org with your team members so she can place you together
  • Participants should be at least 16 years old
  • You’re encouraged to wear your vintage film-noir best outfit to keep with the evening’s theme
  • Clues will be e-mailed right before the event so keep an eye out!

If you love Vizcaya and want to visit in person, the attraction is open, each day with more areas available to the public. Click here for details.

Other open-air attractions open to the public include Deering Estate and Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. Click here for info on Fairchild and for details on Deering’s BOGO deal click here.

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