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Ft Myers Murder Mystery Dinner Train

Starting At$297
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one day
Availability : May 28–29, 2020
Wildwood, FL

Ft Myers Murder Mystery Dinner Train
Thursday – May 28 – 29, 2020
Package Price: $297 per person for double room.

Your amazing adventure begins as you travel with your fellow passengers to our neighboring community to the south, Fort Myers. We’ll pause for a light lunch break in Bradenton before arriving for check in at the nearby Holiday Inn Edison Midtown. Freshen up from your journey before boarding the motor coach to our evening of fun, food and murder. The popular Murder Mystery Dinner Train allows us to become super-sleuths as we put together various clues to solve this absorbing who dunnit. Each passenger receives a playbill, clue sheet, and pen to follow along with the live, scripted show.  This is truly a unique experience as you enjoy the camaraderie of your fellow sleuths to solve the mystery while enjoying a delicious five-course dinner.

Expect a fun-filled experience like no other.

The next morning, after a hearty breakfast, we’re off to The Edison and Ford Winter Estates. These two American innovators – Thomas Edison, the inventor of the electric light bulb and the phonograph and Henry Ford, the pioneer of the automobile – were such good friends they built their winter homes right next to each other, about a mile south of downtown Fort Myers. Edison’s grand home and grounds not only include a botanical garden (with trees planted by Edison himself) but an extensive research laboratory and a museum filled with hundreds of artifacts and inventions from this prolific American entrepreneur. With memories and fun times behind us it’s time to begin our travels homeward bound.

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