27th September 2017 • News
A Fiendish Mystery inside Tower Bridge's Engine Rooms
Hosted in the historic Victorian Engine Rooms located deep at the heart of the Bridge, London’s most iconic attraction will open its doors to host its first ever immersive mystery experience.
Work in teams to solve the mysterious disappearance of the Bridge Master. With just over an hour to crack the case, participants will be tasked with finding out what really happened to the missing engineer. With five key characters in the frame, guests will need to interrogate the suspects, investigate their surroundings and follow the trail of suspicion to discover exactly whodunit.
Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the atmospheric Engine Rooms: an area which was once the beating heart of the Bridge. These rooms still house the impressive Victorian machinery and this unique event offers a rare chance to experience the 123-year history behind one of London’s most iconic locations first hand.
Tower Bridge's first out-of-hours museum mystery event is taking place as part of this year's Museums at Night.
Date: Friday 27th October 2017
Times: 19:00 - 20:30, 21:00 - 22:30
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