Saturday, June 25 - 10:30am to 3:30pm
Book your spot in this outdoor exit room-style timed brainteaser that takes place in the Huble House!
Surveyor Arthur Holland, a frequent visitor to Giscome Portage, has always fiercely guarded his field book. He's locked it up in a box, but has misplaced the combination. As a result, he has refused to let anybody leave until they solve a series of riddles and puzzles to help him find the book that contains the key to escaping the Huble House!
We recommend six people per group. Spots are available on an hourly basis, with each group receiving 45 minutes to solve the challenge. Groups will be asked to sanitize their hands prior to entry. A staff member will be available nearby to assist with clues or pointers - simply ask for help, and your time will be stopped until you're ready to go again.
Pre-registration is required for this more immersive experience. If you would prefer a more relaxed experience, consider taking part in Watson Weekend, a self-led activity that does not require tickets.
Tickets are required for all Sherlock Saturday participants. Purchasing a ticket guarantees you a specific entry time into the Huble House to complete this exit room-style challenge. Tickets must be purchased online or through our office by Wednesday, June 22.
Tickets are $10.00 per adult, $5.00 per child (12 and under), and includes your admission to Huble Homestead Historic Site. The recommended age is 12 and up, but younger children are welcome to join.
registration now closed
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 British Columbia.