Murder at the Conservatory - A Victorian Murder Mystery
Explore the twists and turns of San Francisco's beloved Victorian greenhouse as charismatic characters pull you deep into a chilling 19th-century murder mystery.
Immersed in the tropical allure of the Conservatory of Flowers, we invite guests to don their sleuthing caps as they are transported to one of San Francisco's most rough and tumble times. This experience is self-guided as guests explore the Conservatory and solve the mystery at their own pace. Enjoy a complimentary drink and plate of nibbles before stalking the suspects at large. Activate your inner Sherlock Holmes and find out if your detective skills are good enough to solve a murder!
General Admission ticket includes: Entry to the Conservatory of Flowers, one complimentary beer or wine, one complimentary plate of artisan grilled cheese, the opportunity to solve a murder!
- August 25, 2017
- September 22, 2017
- October 27, 2017 - Peak Season
- November 24, 2017 - Peak Season
- December 29, 2017 - Peak Season
- January 19, 2018
General Admission - $85
Group Admission - $75
General Admission Peak Season - $105
Group Admission Peak Season - $95
This is a 21+ event
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