Kids’ Clueseum returns to MN Discovery Center

CHISHOLM —The classic game of Clue is being brought to life at the Minnesota Discovery Center on Thursday, Aug. 16. The object of the game is for players to strategically move around the museum— which will become the game board—collecting clues from which to deduce which suspect murdered the victim, with which weapon and in what room. Was it Miss Scarlet with the candlestick in the conservatory? Or was it Professor Plum with the rope in the kitchen? Those are the kind of questions that will be asked of participants.

The event begins with dinner at 5:30 p.m. After dinner, children (along with their chaperones) will get the opportunity to put their brains to the test as they try to solve the riddles to figure out who murdered Mr. Body, in what room and with what weapon.

Everyone will get their own game board with riddles that players have to solve. The riddles will guide kids to different areas throughout the museum where they must figure out where the clue is hiding. This game is designed for children ages 6 – 13, but children of all ages are welcome.

Cost for the event is $10 per person for child members, $14 per person for child nonmembers, and $5 per person for adults. Prepaid reservations are required. No reservations will be taken after Friday, Aug. 10. No refunds will be issued unless the Minnesota Discovery Center cancels the event. To make a reservation, call 218-254- 7959.

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