Boston is home to the country's first park, first subway system, and its first Murder Mystery Dinner Theater. Mystery Cafe opened in 1988 at the beautiful and spooky MIT Endicott House in Dedham.
The cafe's current series pays homage to the beloved board game and classic film, Clue. The interactive game Murder at the Mansion – Clue Live, includes all your favorite characters plus a gourmet dinner buffet!
An eccentric private investigator needs your help figuring out whodunnit, what weapon was used, and where the crime took place.
Guests are challenged to solve the murder of their host, Mr. Boddy by searching for clues throughout the mansion and its impeccably manicured grounds.
Was it Miss Scarlet with the candlestick in the Music Room? Or perhaps Professor Plum used the revolver in the Gun Room? Interrogate the suspects, collect the clues, and solve the mystery while enjoying a decadent buffet.
While you are working on the clues, enjoy a decadent feast from Mystery Cafe's gourmet buffet featuring multiple appetizers, entrees, salads, and a seasonal dessert.
Shows are perfect for couples and work excursions, and mild enough for kids 12 and up. There is even a package that includes a night's stay at the MIT Endicott House in addition to the show.
To learn more about Mystery Cafe Dinner Theater and purchase your tickets, visit their website.