Description

Murder Mansion is a team based event that requires teams to think outside the box as they solve a series of complex clues and puzzles to solve a 1920's murder. Similar to an escape room, the event requires lateral thinking and puzzle solving to get through all the stages to crack the case.

Everything you need to know about Murder Mansion team building activity

Teams are transported back in time as they attempt to solve the murder of Elizabeth Sutton. Over the course of 2.5 hours, teams will need to put on their detective hats to find out who the murderer is, what murder weapon was used and the motive behind the murder.

Once teams have solved all the puzzles, they will submit their findings and debrief with the entire group as to how they arrived at their conclusion. Communication, problem solving, lateral thinking, logic and reasoning will be the key to each team solving the mystery.

Outcomes achieved from completing Murder Mansion team building activity

  • Problem Solving (teams will need put on their detective hats to solve the mind boggling puzzles and clues that will require different abilities from each team member to unravel the murder mystery).
  • Lateral Thinking (teams will need to think outside the square as some puzzles and clues are not straight forward).
  • Interpretation (reading the story line will require teams to interpret hidden clues to assist them solve the murder).

Next Steps

If you are not sure what you are after, or short on time just contact us and we will assist you.

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Call us on 1300 764 818 or email the team at [email protected].

Activity Details
  • Indoor
  • 2.5 hours
  • $$$
  • Daytime + Nighttime
Number of People
  • 0-20, 20-40, 40-60
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