Saturday, September 16 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm
Homicide on the Homestead
Are you a murder mystery enthusiast with a flair for the dramatic? This is the event for you!
Step back in time to 1970s Prince George, where hippie culture will collide with murder and intrigue to create an unforgettable afternoon! From the ruthless businessman to the charismatic hippie, this fun event will have you flexing both your acting and investigative skills! Tickets will be $45.00 per person and will include appetizers and refreshments.
If you're fond of murder mysteries, this is your time to shine! Book your spot and travel back to the 1972 to take on a character from the past. Costumes are strongly recommended.
Event recipients will receive an official invitation, character assignment, and costume ideas once registration for the event has closed. On the event day, players will arrive in period costume, receive their objectives for the game, and mingle as they work to catch the criminal (or hide their crimes)!
Prizes are awarded for best costume, best performance, and the most money. If you correctly identify the killer you won’t leave empty handed – the same rule applies if the murderer gets away with it! No acting experience required, just a willingness to embrace your role!
PLEASE NOTE: The success of this event is dependent on the attendance of all participants - if you or your guests are unable to attend, please contact us as soon as possible. There will be no refunds, but tickets are transferable.
Huble Homestead Historic Site is a 30 minute drive north of Prince George, BC. Leave the city behind and make your way up Highway 97 for 40 kilometres, before turning off on Mitchell Road to continue another 6 kilometres down a well-maintained dirt road.
Huble Homestead is dog friendly and open daily from 10:00am to 5:00pm for guided tours and shopping in the General Store. Enjoy a picnic or purchase lunch from the BBQ as you relax in the fresh air. Admission is by donation, with a recommended amount of $10.00 per family.
We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of the British Columbia.