The Murder at Edinburgh Castle

2 Hours 

Route approx. 2 km/1 mile

1-4 players per group

Price approx. £33 (€39)

Based on: Case G

Difficulty: Medium

Age recommendation: 8+

Languages available: ENG

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WHEN

365 days a year

WHERE

City Centre, Edinburgh

ABOUT THE MYSTERY

The year is 1901. You are a recently graduated police detective who is not known for their skills - yet at least.  The body of a dead woman named Mary Brown has been found on a slope outside of Edinburgh Castle.

 

She was an engaged waitress that was a victim to a certainly horrifying crime. Much is at stake and it is up to you to find the murderers and serve justice.

 

Good luck and happy solving!

PLEASE NOTE: This mystery is only available in ENGLISH!

Mostly Barrier-free
(alternative route available)
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HOW DOES IT WORK?

Go to the pick up point, which is a short walk from the starting point, to collect your mystery. Begin the game at any time you want at the starting point indicated on the envelope.

The mystery takes place outside and is a private group activity, no third party members or additional players are involved. It is possible to play the game in larger groups, go to FAQ for more information or send an email with your request to: contact@solveamystery.net

Pick up point

Waverley Bridge TravelHub

31 Waverley Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1BQ

Open Monday to Sat 08.30 – 17.30 Closed Sundays

or 

Police Box Lawnmarket

Corner of George IV Bridge and Lawnmarket

300 Lawnmarket, Edinburgh EH1 2PH

Open 10.00 – 17.00

7 days a week

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The Mystery Walk

Murder at Edinburgh Castle takes place outdoors in the area around the Royal Mile and the Old Town. As a police detective, you are tasked with finding out who committed the murder of Mary Brown.

 

You walk and move around the town of Edinbrugh, and with the help of various clues you solve the tasks related to the historic surroundings of the city.

Eventually, you reach the VICTORIA STREET, where you gather all your clues and hopefully accuse the right person guilty of the crime.