Are you a history buff who knows pretty much everything about the RMS Titanic? Do you like all that is mystery? Or maybe you like to solve a good puzzle?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, boy, oh boy, how nice to tell you about it!
From a Facebook post posted by Mystery 207, they are hosting a Titanic themed mystery dinner in Bath on Friday January 7th. Tickets cost $ 69.95 per person and include a full 3-course dinner, plus taxes and tip.
Guests are encouraged but not required to attend the dinner dressed as the passengers or officers of the most famous steamboat of the 20th century.
Will there be professional actors on site dressed for the role and offering clues to help the guests solve the crime of Who Did It?
If you are planning to attend this event, you will want to order your tickets for this event. You will need to purchase your tickets NOW as they must be purchased by Tuesday 04/01/22.
Plus, if you’re looking to throw a Murder Mystery party, Mystery 207 offers private bookings for birthdays, work outings, and bachelorette parties. Mystery themes featured include 1920s, Old West, Pirates, 1950s, Titanic, and they even feature custom themes!
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