Let's set the scene: the year is 1895, and there's been a murder in Elizabeth Bay House. A playboy and his politician friend have been poisoned, shot and stabbed, and everyone thinks the butler did it. Now, guests are invited to the victim's will reading to claim their share of the inheritance – which, if they play their cards right, could include the heritage mansion itself. But what really happened? Well, you're the detective on the scene, and it’s up to you to figure it out.
Kicking off from February 10, you can head over to the historic Elizabeth Bay House in Sydney’s east to join in on this immersive murder mystery game. You have an hour and a half to search for clues, interrogate suspects and unmask the true murderer – can you do it?
Tickets are $60 per person, and sessions run every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 6pm and 8.30pm. Head to the Feverup website for more information and to purchase your tickets.
Note: This venue is not wheelchair accessible. Only the ground floor of the house is accessible to guests with low mobility.