Crime Scene Live! — at the Natural History Museum

Address:
Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, London
Tel:
0207 942 5000

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
5th November 2018, 11th January, 8th February, 22nd March, 5th April, 24th May and 7th June 2019
6.30 PM to 10.30 PM
10 AM to 5.50 PM (Mon-Sun); Last entry 20 mins before closing
Tickets & Cost:
£63. See nhm.ac.uk

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14, 49, 70, 74, 345, 360, 414, 430, C1 – London bus tickets
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Gloucester Road CRC DSC PCL, South Kensington CRC DSC PCL
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Do you have what it takes to catch a killer?

Crime Scene Live is an award-winning event at the Natural History Museum where you'll step into the science coat of a CSI. With the help of real-life forensic scientists and police detectives you'll gather and analyse the evidence to establish when, where, and how a victim died in a grisly museum murder.

The interactive mystery begins in the Lecture Theatre where you'll be assigned to a team, before heading out around the museum to find the evidence. At the end of the night all will be revealed and you'll find out how close you came to solving the mystery.

Be aware that there's a lot of teaching involved in this event (here are plenty of slide projections, microscopes and lab coats), so come ready to learn. And there are also quite a few scenes of a gruesome nature, so come ready to squirm as well!

 

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> Craig’s review of Natural History Museum – “If you lived near London as a little kid then you probably remember this place from the school holidays. I always ended up here because it's got dinosaurs in it and kids love dinosaurs. And now here I am, thirty-five years later... still a kid... wondering what they've done with the giant Diplodocus in the entrance hall. Where's Dippy gone? He was part of my youth! 15… continued”

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If you enjoy Natural History Museum then you might like to visit Hunterian Museum (catch the train from South Kensington to Holborn), London Zoo (catch the train from South Kensington to Camden Town) and Science Museum (you can walk there in less than 1 min)

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