GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - Something totally new and different is coming to the Grand Rapids Public Museum! This time it's not an exhibit, it's more of an experience, and it's all based on a true story.
The Puzzle Room: Quest for Conviction opens Saturday, July 15.
"The Puzzle Room will give groups 60 minutes to search a simulation of the Museum's Archives, solving puzzles, finding clues and creating a display of evidence to achieve conviction," explained Christie Bender of GRPM, who also played a role in creating the experience.
WZZM 13's Meredith TerHaar and Kamady Rudd teamed up to try to solve the crime and achieve a conviction. The storyline is based on the Peck murders of 1915 and the conviction of the killer.
The Puzzle Room will be open during museum hours and beyond so it's perfect for a date night or group outing.
For information about hours and cost, click here.
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