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Outdoor Murder Mystery Game in Edinburgh or Glasgow with Detecticity (Up to 41% Off)

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Choose one of the outdoor detective games and try to solve the mystery using clues hidden in the city centres of Edinburgh or Glasgow

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About This Deal

Choose from Three Options

  • £29 for the Taken mystery game for up to five; Edinburgh (41% off)
  • £29 for The Sarah Lynn Mystery game for up to five; Glasgow (41% off)
  • £29 for the Murder in the Garden game for up to five; Glasgow (41% off)

Adventure lovers can engage in one of three city games and work together to solve a series of puzzles. Those who choose The Sarah Lynn Mystery will have to uncover the secrets of the woman’s strange disappearance. The Taken will feature a history of a girl who has been kidnapped, while The Murder in the Garden game will lead participants to the solution of an enigmatic murder case.

Fine Print

Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 3 per up to 5 people, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Booking required online at http://www.detecticity.com/. Provide Groupon Security Code. Enter codes into the coupon code field. Once booked no cancellations allowed. Must be 12 or older. Valid only for a game purchased. Valid for option purchased only. Available 7 days a week. Must be completed within 48 hours of starting a game. Times vary. For more information, please check online at http://www.detecticity.com/. Full instructions will be emailed to you once booked. Verified using our merchant's website on 23 May 2017.

About Detecticity

Detecticity invites eager puzzle-solvers to join one of the outdoor detective games organised in the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. Players can choose from a variety of games, which all feature numerous clues and hints, and combine elements of a murder mystery investigation with sightseeing.