The Murder at westminster

2 Hours 
Route 2 km/ 1 mile
1-4 Players per group
Price approx. £33 (€39)

Based on: Case A

Difficulty: Medium

Age recommendation: 8+

Language available: ENG

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365 days a year


Buckingham, London


The year is 1968. You are young and ambitious detective constables who just finished their education. While you are at a celebration at Scotland Yard another detective not attending the event, finds a female corpse in the front yard of Duck Island Cottage in St James Park.


This is your chance to prove yourself worthy of a promotion instead of being stuck in the same position for the years to come. In the end, it is your duty as an investigator to solve this brutal murder. 

Good luck - you will need it!

PLEASE NOTE: This mystery is only available in ENGLISH!

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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:

Pick up point

Notes Coffee Roasters & Bar

31 St Martin's Ln

London WC2N 4ER, United Kingdom

Mon - Fri 9am - 5.30pm

Sat 9.30am - 4pm

Sun 10am - 5pm

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The Mystery Walk

The murder in Westminster is a murder mystery inspired by true events. You must gather sufficient evidence and indict the right suspect to ensure peace for London's citizens. But it turns out that there are many possible suspects and you will be facing challenging tasks in the hunt to find the killer.

Through the experience, you will be guided around London's historical surroundings while solving tasks and riddles related to the sites.

Finally, you reach Great Scotland Yard where you gather all your clues and hopefully accuse the right person guilty of the crime.