GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- A new crime solving experience is open at the Grand Rapids Public Museum.
It all takes place inside their new Puzzle Room: Quest for Conviction.
Groups of up to 10 people will have an hour to find clues, solve puzzles and get enough evidence to figure out who did the crime.
The murder mystery is based on the famous murders in 1916 of the Peck family from Grand Rapids by a local dentist Arthur Waite.
It’s recommend participants are ages 12 and up.
This will be open during regular museum hour or after hours can be reserved.
Admission is $10 for members and $15 for the public.