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    Murder By Gaslight Philadelphia

    Without A Cue Productions

    6th St & Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

    Saturday May 1st 2021 to Sunday September 5th 2021

    • Sundays

      6pm to 7pm

      7pm to 8pm

    • Fridays

      7pm to 8pm

      8pm to 9pm

    • Saturdays

      7pm to 8pm

      8pm to 9pm

    • With the exception of the following dates:

      Sunday July 4th 2021 from 7pm to 9pm

    Grab some friends, get outside, and solve a murder in Philadelphia! Join us for a historical walking tour with a murderous twist!​

    Tours through Old City in Independence National Historic Park

    There's been a very Victorian murder in Philadelphia. Enter a world of charismatic charlatans, saucy painted ladies and tweedy robber barons. Stroll the byways and shadowy corners of Old City, led by your guide - who just happens to be the victim of a 130 year old murder!

    You will be tasked with inspecting the crime scene, gathering the clues, and questioning the suspects you meet along the way. And perhaps, just perhaps, you can stay one step ahead of a wily murderer, avoid a similar fate, and have a chance to solve a - MURDER BY GASLIGHT!

    The walk is about an hour long, so wear comfortable shoes! At each stop you will encounter suspects, played by professional actors. They will act out scenes that will provide more clues to help you solve the mystery!

    Accessibility Information

    Our groups are limited to 20 guests so that we can make sure that people can be distanced while still enjoying the mystery. Our extra clues are accessed via QR codes, so no materials are trading hands. We do ask that guests remain masked for the entirety of the walk, and our performers will remain masked, as well.
    Traci J Connaughton

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